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    It is tough to see, especially when you can tell that someone took a shot that clearly wasn't a high percentage shot. I am a bowhunter that shoots all year, but there are some shots that you just don't take, no matter how good you think you are. I really think the deer in the top picture has had that arrow in him for months, just judging from his behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I'm glad you agree. I usually get some flak for a post like I made above.
    Haha, no flak from me. I enjoy hunting whether it is in a tree in Kansas or a stalk in Colorado, but no matter where you hunt, I couldn't agree more that you don't take a shot that isn't a clean ethical kill. Gun hunters and bow hunters alike owe it to the game they hunt.

 

 

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