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    2011 AZ Coues Deer

    Here's an Arizona Coues deer I arrowed earlier this week:

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    congrats... is that the new invasion you're shooting?

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    Nice buck! Great job!!

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    is that the new invasion you're shooting?
    Sure is.....took it for her maiden voyage on this trip.
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    Very nice. You just don't see a lot of field photos of velvet Coues.

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    Nice coues. Thought you would have been heading for CO.

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    Congrats on your coues. Great looking buck.

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    Congrats!!! Very cool!

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    Nice coues. Thought you would have been heading for CO.
    Me too......but after a buddy scouted the high country and only saw a handful of bucks in the bowls, with the best being a mid-160's type buck, I wasn't too pumped to chase that size mule deer this year......especially alone for 10 days. I've always wanted to try and arrow a Coues deer.....so figured this would be my best opportunity since I had a tag in my pocket from January. They sure are an elusive and spooky deer.
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    Awesome Roy. Your a machine.

 

 

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