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Old September 19th, 2010
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We had a great time at anacoco spillway park hanging out with our Bayou Buck brothers and hunting. Bowfreak and bb brothers did an awesome job as always cookin up some grub- thanks again. We met several new people from the site and have once again started some great friendships.

Opening morning I lost my walkie talkie on the way to the stand. Jcfarms was a half mile away and I knew I was in big trouble if he could not get in touch with me. So I climbed up and waited until daylight and got back down and looked for several hours in the briars for the walkie talkie. I then made my way to Joes stand. When I got there he told me he had made a shot at a spike still in velvet and missed. He was pretty upset be use it was his first miss with a bow.

Jc found a old shed off a nice 8 pt as we were scouting. I got pumped up when he picked it up because i thought he was picking something he dropped. We made a evening hunt Saturday and a morning hunt Sunday without seeing a deer. It was nice being in a tree again.
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Sounds like I missed a great time, maybe next time I wont be working.I do plan on making another run up there in da morning when I get off nights.Congrats to all of ya that killed this weekend and made home safely.
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I almost made it out there. I talked with Randy(phantom) fri, but only made it as far as Elizabeth to BIL's camp. We had limited time cuz our ol ladies are in cahoutz everytime we try to plan something. Hunted West Bay instead, and still had a good time. Sure wish I could've come out there to meet some of you! Waitin to see some pics!! I know someones killed!!
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Sounds like a great time.
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We had a great time at anacoco spillway park hanging out with our Bayou Buck brothers and hunting. Bowfreak and bb brothers did an awesome job as always cookin up some grub- thanks again. We met several new people from the site and have once again started some great friendships.

Opening morning I lost my walkie talkie on the way to the stand. Jcfarms was a half mile away and I knew I was in big trouble if he could not get in touch with me. So I climbed up and waited until daylight and got back down and looked for several hours in the briars for the walkie talkie. I then made my way to Joes stand. When I got there he told me he had made a shot at a spike still in velvet and missed. He was pretty upset be use it was his first miss with a bow.

Jc found a old shed off a nice 8 pt as we were scouting. I got pumped up when he picked it up because i thought he was picking something he dropped. We made a evening hunt Saturday and a morning hunt Sunday without seeing a deer. It was nice being in a tree again.
Yep, I went back and ranged my missed shot. It was 18.5 yards. The Cajun 11 point was still in full velvet, quartering away. I honestly don't remember looking through my peep. I surely killed that sandy creek bottom though.
I had no cell service the whole weekend so I couldn't do my usual "Live From" post so this is all I got.
Anyway Bowfreak and RaginCajun and acornhead cook some mean grub!!
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Yep, I went back and ranged my missed shot. It was 18.5 yards. The Cajun 11 point was still in full velvet, quartering away. I honestly don't remember looking through my peep. I surely killed that sandy creek bottom though.

Can you say buck fever lol.
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Well I can honestly say I had a great time besides the fact that at 745 on opening morn my worst nightmare came true.
I set up on a nice little hardwood bottom between 2 short pine thickets. Found that the deer were feeding pretty heavy and the wind was perfect for the set up. Got in stand around 545 and got ready for some action. Then at 745 it happened, at 45yrds a doe and a yearling come strolling in to feed. They started easing towards me and when they were almost in the clear they spooked, with the doe ending up 35yrds slight qurtering too and very skittish. I came to full draw, anchored in, aimed and let it fly, and as I was releasing she decided to turn! OH NO, I have no idea where I hit her but she bled big time. Trailed her for about 150 yds then lost blood. Waited a bit and got help too get back on the blood trail, we found it and it was heavy again. 30 more yds and she bumped, da**it!!!!!!! Needless to say, never saw her again.
Then on Sat evening hunt got in stand at 345, saw a turkey around 445. Then at almost dark another doe, came in with enough light to shoot but stayed in the thick underbrush feeding on French mulberry and browse. She stayed in there @ 20 yds till way past dark. Had to stay on stand really late not to spook her. I had one possible shot on her but was afraid to make a mistake in the low light conditions.
Textbook shot, just should have waited. Hindsight is 20/20, just have to close the deal on the next one.
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Well I can honestly say I had a great time besides the fact that at 745 on opening morn my worst nightmare came true.
I set up on a nice little hardwood bottom between 2 short pine thickets. Found that the deer were feeding pretty heavy and the wind was perfect for the set up. Got in stand around 545 and got ready for some action. Then at 745 it happened, at 45yrds a doe and a yearling come strolling in to feed. They started easing towards me and when they were almost in the clear they spooked, with the doe ending up 35yrds slight qurtering too and very skittish. I came to full draw, anchored in, aimed and let it fly, and as I was releasing she decided to turn! OH NO, I have no idea where I hit her but she bled big time. Trailed her for about 150 yds then lost blood. Waited a bit and got help too get back on the blood trail, we found it and it was heavy again. 30 more yds and she bumped, da**it!!!!!!! Needless to say, never saw her again.
Then on Sat evening hunt got in stand at 345, saw a turkey around 445. Then at almost dark another doe, came in with enough light to shoot but stayed in the thick underbrush feeding on French mulberry and browse. She stayed in there @ 20 yds till way past dark. Had to stay on stand really late not to spook her. I had one possible shot on her but was afraid to make a mistake in the low light conditions.
Textbook shot, just should have waited. Hindsight is 20/20, just have to close the deal on the next one.
Man tha sucks!!! better luck next time
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JC and casedog better tighten up! LOL Wish I could have made it this weekend but I`m stuck at work. Decided to wait til later in the year to use the rest of my vacation when its cooler. Its gonna be a long season and I know yall will get another chance.
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Sorry to hear that Casedog, just keep up the good work and you'll get her next time.
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