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Last Deer hunt this year. Back to crappie fishing

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By Ray - Posted on 15 January 2011

Tyler and I went on our last deer hunt for this year this morning. We killed this 11 point at about 8 am and he was the 13th deer we seen. He weighed in a lean and trim post rut weight of 195 and rough gross is 144. Great memories from Dad and son now time to get back to the slabs.

kellywilson's picture

Wonderful and nice post of "Last Deer hunt this year. Back to crappie fishingi".
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Mike Gray's picture

Man Ray thats a great Deer!! I bet Tyler was beside himself! Tell him to come by and see Evan sometime! They had a ball last summer!

T. Todd's picture

Good Looking deer there!

T. Todd

Tracy Humber's picture

Good deer. What part of the world are you hunting in? From the pic, it looks like somewhere I would like to go squirrel huntin. Least it looks flat.

tnjeff's picture

Great deer! Congrats!


Carl Painter's picture

Man! That is a bruiser! Congrats to you guys.

BEN DIPPIN's picture

I went fishing on Lake Tuscaloosa and did not do any good, should have stayed in the woods. Good deer.


Woods's picture

Ray, that is a big deer. But more important that's how memories are made. Woods

danny malone's picture

What a way to finish a season, i don't know about the "we" killed i firgured Tyler killed and you cleaned contgrat to both!!!!

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