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    My Late Season Archery Muley

    Well I had a little luck yesterday sitting in my stand. It's been cold and stormy. This guy came in chasing a doe past my stand. He gave me a shot at 25yds but there was a limb in the way. The buck and the doe went down the hill and I thought it was over. About 20 minutes later they came back up the hill and he finally gave me a shot at 13yds. He went about 70yds and piled up. It's about a 2.5 mile pack out in 4"-6" of snow. Gotta love the late season.

    Here's a picture of the blood trail

    This is where he fell for the last time.

    Here's me smiling for the success photo.

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    Great buck Maxhunter. Love the photos. Congrats.

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    great buck congrats. I dont think ive ever heard of anyone hunting out of a stand for muleys thats pretty cool

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    Very nice buck...congrats!

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    That's awesome!! That's a nice buck! Congrats!!

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    Nice buck Congrats!!

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    Great job!

    You got to love hunting cold weather with the carbon element.

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    Awesome buck, congrats!!

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    Great job Maxhunter, are you hunting the front in Utah? I missed a 180 type buck Sunday night, called him in using the Primos Can from about 500 yds away. Came in on a run through the oak brush, when I shot I hit a branch and deflected my arrow. Can't wait to get out again I have the whole next week off to hunt. I wish where I hunt I could use a tree stand, but there are not any trees where I am at, love to hunt them from above. Again great job!
    Shoot STR8

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Great job Maxhunter, are you hunting the front in Utah? I missed a 180 type buck Sunday night, called him in using the Primos Can from about 500 yds away. Came in on a run through the oak brush, when I shot I hit a branch and deflected my arrow. Can't wait to get out again I have the whole next week off to hunt. I wish where I hunt I could use a tree stand, but there are not any trees where I am at, love to hunt them from above. Again great job!
    Yep it's the front! I found this spot about 5 years ago and it has produce 3 bucks for me. One was a 6x7 30" buck. It's a hike to get there but it's worth it IMO.

    Good luck this next weekend.

    I'll be headed after elk since I still have my general archery tag.

 

 

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