It's that time of year. Let's see those kills.

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  1. markT

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    Golf course / Canada Goose depredation permit.
    Final resting place sewer line right of way. You’re welcome coyotes.
     

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  2. RussellJ

    RussellJ Gold $$ Contributor

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    My favorite kill this your. I was after a couple of raccoons getting into my bird feeder at night time. I found out that the Dog Proof traps are not chipmunk proof.
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    I shot this 154 4/8" 10 point Friday afternoon in central Missouri.

    This makes 6 whitetails so far this year, but the first buck. Our archery season starts back up tomorrow, so I'll be out again soon.

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  4. 86alaskan

    86alaskan Silver $$ Contributor

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    Great buck, hard to beat central MO for big boys.
     
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    Here's my central mo buck. My best to date, 12pt at 380yds with the 25 Creedmoor slinging the 131 ace. deer 2019.png
     
  6. Pheasanthunter

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    Did you breast them out if not missed out on some fine table fare
     
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  7. Hondo64d

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    All shot with Beanland 6.5 Creedmoor and Berger 140gr Elite Hunter.

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  8. Down South

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    Nice buck Ryan!
     
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    David Glick @djs guns had a great year! Congrats man!!
     
  10. ImBIllT

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    I knew his antlers weren’t the biggest of any deer I’d killed, but there was something about him I liked. Took the head in to get a CWD sample and the biologist says “man he’s old”. Aged him at 8.5yrs.
     

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  11. FryeGuy

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    My oldest son tagged his first racked buck yesterday morning. Only his second buck. His first was a 3ptr. He was using a Tikka 6.5 creedmoor, 129 long range accubond that I have loaded light with H4895. It’s only pushing 2400fps or so. Absolutely devastated everything he has shot so far this year. This one field dressed 153#. Shot it behind the onside shoulder at 120yards, exited far shoulder. It only made it 10-20yard. I still haven’t recovered a bullet yet.
     

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  12. FryeGuy

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    9ptr 20” wide. More pics attached. I told him not to expect one this big every year!!
     

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  13. stacy

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    FACE OF A CHAMPION RITE THERE GREAT JOB YOUNG MAN :D
     
  14. Big_Daddy

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    It was a Widgeon fest today....17 Widgeon and 4 Mallards (3 limits)
    We were done in 2 1/2 hours.
    Took a little longer today as my boys had to spend some time breaking up ice (1"+ thick in some spots)
    They broke up the bigger pieces and pushed them under the other chunks.
    It opened up a nice little "pocket" of open water.....
    We only placed 20 or so decoys today instead of our usual 75 to 100+.
    The birds weren't landing however they would cup in to "check it out".
    Many of them "checked it out" but never left.... Decoys 11_30.jpg Ducks 11_30.jpg
     
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    NOTHING LIKE A GREAT DUCK HUNT YOU GOT TO LOVE IT !!!!
     
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    I had the opportunity to take my sister in law out on her first hunt ever this past weekend. She did pretty well making short work of this Nice Coues Deer at 585 yards with the 6mmXC.
     

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    Shot this female. Nice pelt. Missing a foot. Probably from a leg hold.
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    Been shooting varmint with this sako for close to 30 years. I would feel kinda guilty hunting varmint without it.
     
  18. McStocks

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    Redneck Rancher Deer Hunting!
    You just scoop them up off the highway by your house! :p


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    Why would anyone post that??? Thought about eating it, but the last one tasted like an F150 bumper :eek:, so it went to my "bait area". Wiley and his friend were having it for breakfast; interrupted them with a 25-06!

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    20191202_094708.jpg 20191202_085724.jpg 20191202_094708.jpg I managed to fill my tags Last day of the season. I had an either sex tag as well as a doe tag. The buck and doe came into the stand at 9:00 am. I managed to take the buck, the doe stood perfectly still and I somehow had time to reload my muzzle loader. When I glanced up she was still there so I made the shot. The rest is history. Made for alot of work as I was by myself and only had a sled to pull each deer back a 1/2 mile each to my truck. A great experience and a day I'll remember for a long time. View attachment 1142820 View attachment 1142821 View attachment 1142820 View attachment 1142821
     
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