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How did WV hunters do?

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by younggun58, Dec 2, 2002.

  1. younggun58

    younggun58 WTF

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    Anyone get any big bucks? All I could manage was a button, but I thought it was a doe. Season was not that great but at least meat is in the freezer.
     
  2. Michigun

    Michigun Miss Michigan?

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    It's not looking like it went very well from our (non-WV hunters) side...:)

    Congratulations on the "meat in the fridge"!
     

  3. CavVet

    CavVet Colt .45 CCW

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    to WVA Deer hunting (Poco & Greenbriar) was cancelled due to Moms stroke first week of Oct. (Some antis will do ANYTHING to keep us out of the woods)....But...

    The reports from family & friends are does only (on the right side of 64;)) runnin round....Not many in the woods, and the big bad bucks are not showin anywhere...

    Sad year in my life, but Mom if fine so I am happy!
     
  4. younggun58

    younggun58 WTF

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    Sorry about your mom, I feel ya on that one. I'm only 21 and I had a scare when I was 18 but it was something else. She's doin ok now though.


    About the does.....Our local paper said 60% of the check-in's were buck but I don't find that an "overwhelming majority" by any means as they put it.
     
  5. Lawrence Keeney

    Lawrence Keeney pain in the ass

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    I didnt get to this year, but my father shot a spike buck in the backyard of our rural home with a 4 inch Smith Model 19 loaded with 158 grain hollow points.

    The deer took about 20 steps and rolled over.

    This was in Boone County WV;c