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    Mule Deer 2008

    After a long andbtedious bow season, a buddy joined me for a rifle hunt to find some "elk"
    Leaving the truck, I informed him that deer was not an option as we were going to be some distance from the vehicle on either side, and there were a large number of bulls during the rut in this area. We split up at 5 and first contact was after I had shot this, I am sorry was all I could say and gave him my gps coordinates. Not as bad of a pack out, I was all smilesClick image for larger version. 

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    Truly a once in a lifetime Western MT mule deer!

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    Nice buck seth!

    Sometimes the game plan changes on its own.

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    Good Job. That is a gorgeous Montana buck.

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    Great buck! I'm glad to see you changed your mind or the buck changed your mind.

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    Very nice buck! And I am sure your buddy didn't mind that you shot a deer, when he saw what it was. Congrats!
    Shoot STR8

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    Great montana buck!

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    Very nice MT buck! what rifle were you shooting?

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    That's a great buck!!! I wouldnt have passed him up either! Congrats!!

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    Great buck! Nice stickers.
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    Ruger model 77 mark II 7MM mag Did not need it as it was about a forty yard shot

 

 

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