first deer

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LIBERTY FOREVER
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Re: first deer

Post by LIBERTY FOREVER »

Awesome Photos, thank you for sharing Z,
I'm sure I speak for most when I say;
We all enjoy seeing todays youth turn into tomorrows responsible outdoorsman and conservationist. Heck I'm proud of him and he's not even my grandson....
I can only imagine your joy.
Gene
Liberty Forever

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flattop44
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Location: Alabama

Re: first deer

Post by flattop44 »

That is GREAT, it will be something that he will always remember. Like Liberty Forever says, it is really good to see a youngster involved in hunting and gives us hope for our future generations. Thanks for sharing this proud moment with us.
Bill

JAYDAWG
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Location: Olympic Peninsula

Re: first deer

Post by JAYDAWG »

Awesome, Awesome, Awesome!!!!
Good for guys :D

Curious where the Coho was caught?

Cheers,
JAY
I do not "own" these guns, I am but the next caretaker

zebra55
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Location: Michigan

Re: first deer

Post by zebra55 »

JAYDAWG wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 6:46 pm
Awesome, Awesome, Awesome!!!!
Good for guys :D

Curious where the Coho was caught?

Cheers,
JAY
in lake michigan, our dnr planted them in 1966 along with chinook in 1967. both were introduced to help with the alwife invasion into the great lakes. both species of salmon came from your neck of the woods jay..

JAYDAWG
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Joined: Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:14 pm
Location: Olympic Peninsula

Re: first deer

Post by JAYDAWG »

" both species of salmon came from your neck of the woods jay.."

I thought I had heard that......we call them Silvers out here and I will be
hoping to get some this weekend!!
Cheers,
JAY
I do not "own" these guns, I am but the next caretaker

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