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    My 2011 Nevada Archery Antelope

    The night before the season we saw a nice buck with about 20-25 does on the water hole on my blind. We then set our sights on him. Then on the third day a group of 4 does came, then the rest came filing in. Then after the does tested the waters, about 5 minutes later he came in. I misjudged the distance on my first shot, as in the excitement of it all I couldn't find it, and shot right over his back. Then he trotted out to about 40 yards and i whacked him... FIRST BOW KILL!!!
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    Congrats nvarcher. That is a great first buck with a bow!

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    That's awesome! Way better then my first buck with a bow. Great job!!!

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    Thanks! You wouldn't think sitting on a blind for 40 hours would be so worth it!

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    Nicely done!

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    Good job NVARCHER, your family must be very proud of you. Patience is the name of the game when hunting with stick & string and it looks like you have it dialed in at a very young age.

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    Great buck!

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    Congrats nice buck!

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    Great buck, congrats!!

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    Thanks! Can't wait til August to chase some Mulies around again. I'm dying to get out there.
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