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2012 Deer season

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Two_Clicks, Oct 13, 2012.


  1. Ranger1759

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    http://[​IMG]Ended Sunday with a nice 7 point during Ohios muzzleloader season....started with a big doe during gun season....both taken with a muzzleloader...one shot, one kill....:cool:

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  2. noway

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    Congrats towards my counter parts in the northern panhandle of the state. Good looking bucks you have. We have 2 more weekend down here in the central area, so I'm hoping to add buck#2 soon.
     

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    Those are pretty deer with what looks like good shooting :)
     
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    You guys done better than me, let a few descent ones walk by during bow season, rut came and went without the normal activity i usually see, i dod shoot a doe at35 yards with the bow for some jerky and freezer meat, but its been little to no big buck action around central ohio btw that is the exit side ImageUploadedByOHubCampfire1357872910.351993.jpg


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  5. gunsup

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    Shot this guy 2012 here in Connecticut with a w/Barnes expander 12 ga slug. Double lung shot, complete pass through @57 yards. 160lbs dressed. Absolutely no fat on him mid November during the rut. Great eating too! The taxidermist approximates his age at 5 1/2 yrs old.

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  7. packin23

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    That's a damn fine wall hanger right there!:thumbsup:
     
  8. Tvov

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    No kidding! Nice job!
     
  9. gunsup

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    Thanks guys. I can hunt another 50 years and not shoot another deer this size in CT. I took him fair and square on public land, a 2,500 acre parcel. No back yard hunting for me.


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    I killed this guy yesterday. He was coming out on a green field to check out a doe


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  11. gunsup

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  12. Two_Clicks

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    Nice job Ladies and gentleman! how does everyone spend the hard winter months? I'm getting ready to bust some coyotes.
     
  13. packin23

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    Sounds fun. I would love to do some predator hunting but we don't have a place down here in Fl. Fortunately where we hunt deer season runs until Feb. 17. My buddy and I are going back out this weekend to try our luck again. I'll post pics again if there's anything worth posting.
     
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    Didn't shoot a single deer this season. Not for a lack of trying though.
     
  15. noway

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    Whatcha talkin about Willis?

    All of the areas that I hunt at have coyotes. Not big roaming packs, but I always see them when sitting and non-stalking and also in Turkey season ( all on public grounds )

    Also what area has deer that runs into mid Feb? We are just closing up in south-west port of central ( north of hwy70) and my main area in PalmBeach was the 1st of 2013.
     
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  16. packin23

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    I hunt up in Grand Ridge in Jackson county. It's just over the river when you cross into the central time zone. http://myfwc.com/hunting/season-dates We're in zone D.

    And I didn't mean that there wasn't any yotes because I do hear them howling I just never see them.

    I went up this weekend. Didn't score a buck but saw plenty of doe and a nice little button buck. This little doe walked around the my stand for about ten minutes. I was snapping pics and wanted to get a shot of her face so I gave a short whistle, she looked up, and I snapped the pic. I thought she would run but she continued to forage, paying no mind to me.

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    It was a great weekend even though I didn't get anything this time.
     
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    The freezer is full and am am very happy about that because it is TOO DAMN COLD to hunt! Oh I hate it. I'd love to hunt a few nights for coyote, but 0 to 5 degrees around here this week is just too cold for my bones anymore.
     
  18. noway

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    NOTE: Yotes are statewide , & per that link that you attached and with no bag limits. Now managed lands would be a entirely different option, based solely on the area regulations.

    I even recall the state change the laws to use electronic recordings for yotes & hogs iirc.
     
  19. gunsup

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    Just received a call from my taxidermist last week and this is what he had for me ImageUploadedByOHubCampfire1369932006.170324.jpg




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  20. noway

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