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    Wow Eberle, you guys are hunting some monster bucks down there in Oklahoma. I thought they didn't grow that big south of Iowa

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ID:	4675It is getting better for sure. My property is crossfenced & I set a side land in the fall just for deer. We plant a lot of foodplots & pour the corn to them. After deer season I turn my cattle in on the greenfields. I've got aggreements with my neighbors to not shoot any deer under 3 years old. We do let our children shoot what they want to. Here is a buck I was hunting two years ago. He went MIA, who knows what happened to him.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Wow Eberle, you guys are hunting some monster bucks down there in Oklahoma. I thought they didn't grow that big south of Iowa
    Here is some more bucks from 2011 that went MIA! I'm glad you said hunting & not killing! LOL It is a lot easier to get a pic of one alive opposed to dead.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by dying to kill View Post
    alrighty fellas throw me some in put here, iv been chasing this 6-8 year old bruiser of a whitetail since start of bow here in ok, and only seen him 1 time (oct 1st) until this morning i had him at 50 yrds and some yotes ran him off he didnt know i was there, and our rifle season starts saturday which means alot more pressure in the area , the area i hunt is 320 acres of heaven with moderate pressure on 2 sides, im not sure if i should go back in after him in a day or two or wait till opening morning of rifle n hope a doe hasnt taken him to different pastures since the rut is starting to take off..!!!! Any thoughts??
    So did you take our advice & go after him? I hope so, good luck! I've been seeing lots of does & smaller bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    So did you take our advice & go after him? I hope so, good luck! I've been seeing lots of does & smaller bucks.
    Yes dying to kill!! We're dying to know! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    Here is some more bucks from 2011 that went MIA! I'm glad you said hunting & not killing! LOL It is a lot easier to get a pic of one alive opposed to dead.Click image for larger version. 

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    Yeah, killing those big dudes can get difficult. It's not as easy as just 'growing' them, and then sitting in the tree waiting for them to walk by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Yeah, killing those big dudes can get difficult. It's not as easy as just 'growing' them, and then sitting in the tree waiting for them to walk by.
    WHAT??? That's what they do on tv!

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    sorry guys i havent been able to get on here in a while. eb- ill have to stick to my hoyt iv killed 3 deer arount 60 yards with it, he was definately in my wheel house but was facing me the whole time and when he turned i only had a split second to take the shot either way thats to far to shoot at a startled deer in my opinion, any ways due to weining calves, workin on fence and other duties i havent been able to get back to him with bow so i guess its lookin like saturday mornin will have to do, ill prob be settin in my bow stand with hoyt and remington sendero both on limb hangers im plannin on settin till atleast noon cuz the girls are smellin funny big time around here rite about now. hope i didnt miss my chance at him only time will tell. Ill keep ya posted!!

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    lol does that tv crap get old or what!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    WHAT??? That's what they do on tv!

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    them some good deer eb. I swear i got them same 2 coons on one of my cameras,they must be covering some miles!!
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    Here is some more bucks from 2011 that went MIA! I'm glad you said hunting & not killing! LOL It is a lot easier to get a pic of one alive opposed to dead.Click image for larger version. 

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