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    Quote Originally Posted by jay View Post
    some beautiful country MSU!
    I certainly agree!
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    Thanks UH but I can't help but wonder if you were just trying to get your post count up...
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    Hey there Umpqua Hunter,

    I enjoyed reading this thread last night and was very impressed by the buck in the photo that your buddy shot. This morning, I was showing my 2 year old son Google images of Mule Deer Bucks and immediately noticed the same buck, so I clicked it and a website for an outfitter in Colorado came up and was claiming this buck was shot in 2005, and although I guess they never say where it was killed, they are definitely taking credit for it (maybe rightfully so?). Below is a link to the page.

    http://www.ninemileguestranch.com/ph...deer_2005.html

    Regardless of who killed this buck and where, you may also notice what appears to be misleading info on some of the other photos, like the 180"+ buck on there that I believe to be 160"-, and a 27" buck that is well within the ears. Pretty funny I think.

    Just thought I'd better bring this to your attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    What is the best hunting spot you have discovered totally by accident?
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    Hey there Umpqua Hunter,

    I enjoyed reading this thread last night and was very impressed by the buck in the photo that your buddy shot. This morning, I was showing my 2 year old son Google images of Mule Deer Bucks and immediately noticed the same buck, so I clicked it and a website for an outfitter in Colorado came up and was claiming this buck was shot in 2005, and although I guess they never say where it was killed, they are definitely taking credit for it (maybe rightfully so?). Below is a link to the page.

    http://www.ninemileguestranch.com/ph...deer_2005.html

    Regardless of who killed this buck and where, you may also notice what appears to be misleading info on some of the other photos, like the 180"+ buck on there that I believe to be 160"-, and a 27" buck that is well within the ears. Pretty funny I think.

    Just thought I'd better bring this to your attention.

    Chris Jackson
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    Ha, looks like you discovered that hunting spot "totally by accident" fly4fish That's pretty funny....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Root View Post
    Ha, looks like you discovered that hunting spot "totally by accident" fly4fish That's pretty funny....
    Yep Kevin, I think Chris is on to us....lol.

    Chris, the whole thread was a big joke for new comers from the get go, it even said so in the original post so some of the members would MAKE UP their best "story" about mule deer hunting. I am not sure there is a real story in this thread, except maybe some of the later ones. It was supposed to be a joke on the new comers.

    Good catch

    Now we are gonna have to start ALL OVER....ha ha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Yep Kevin, I think Chris is on to us....lol.

    Chris, the whole thread was a big joke for new comers from the get go, it even said so in the original post so guys would make up their best "story" about mule deer hunting. I am not sure there is a real story in this thread, except maybe some of the later ones.

    Good catch
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Delete this ^ in 20 min ?

    Nah...the lid is blown off this one, we will just have to think of a new way to tease newcomers Boooowahhhhahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    Yep Kevin, I think Chris is on to us....lol.

    Chris, the whole thread was a big joke for new comers from the get go, it even said so in the original post so some of the members would MAKE UP their best "story" about mule deer hunting. I am not sure there is a real story in this thread, except maybe some of the later ones. It was supposed to be a joke on the new comers.

    Good catch

    Now we are gonna have to start ALL OVER....ha ha.
    Interesting, I wasn't completely sure on this thread. But man they were a good read when I had nothing to do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Interesting, I wasn't completely sure on this thread. But man they were a good read when I had nothing to do.


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    Velvet, we will have to leave it up to you how to tease the newbies. Do you have any ideas?
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