Joined: 11/10/2004Shot her tonight a touch over 20 yds , was self filming, unfortunately she decided to bolt when I had her centered in the cam and I was at full draw, I had to stop her or I wouldnt have another shot, so there is audio of the shot lol, self filming is so tough. She went about 100 yds and piled up, last tag of the year, it has been a good season for me, will try to get the video together. We just got over 5 inches of snow and I cant stand not being in a tree when the snow is flying Summer sausage and jerky time
Location: PAGreat job! Late season deer are the hardest deer to take.
Location: Upstate NYWTG! Nice way to wrap up the season.
Location: OhioGood job Shannon At least you got the deer while selfilming…I had perfect footage of one earlier this fall and missed her point blankAll We Do Is SELFILMED
Location: Van Wert County, OhioNice work Shannon! Congrats on a successful season!
Good job Shannon At least you got the deer while selfilming…I had perfect footage of one earlier this fall and missed her point blank
That sux! But thats the way it goes im starting to learn, I had this doe at 10 yds, but couldnt shoot her because I was trying to get the camera situated, then shes out to 30 by the time I did, then feeds back to 20s, she wouldnt stay still for nothing lol
Joined: 11/27/2008Congratulations on a nice doe!
Location: ManitobaGreat season, nice shooting.
Joined: 4/19/2008Nice deer. Congrats. I’m fast figuring out how hard it is to self film. Its as addicting as hunting is.
Joined: 2/24/2006Congrats on your late season bow doe. "The party in Hades has been canceled due to fire.AuthorPostsViewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 18 total)
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Late season doe with the Reezen in the snow
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