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Originally Posted by Nestucca
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How deflating!!!

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You’re telling me.

The Viagra was working, too.

I have a headache now. 🤕

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Now on another tangent. I never figured out why they say to call the doctor if your dicks still hard after four hours hell call every woman in your contacts and put it to good use.

If I had wood for 4 hours, I’d call Flave.

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Originally Posted by Beaver10
Originally Posted by Nestucca
Originally Posted by AKwolverine
Originally Posted by Beaver10
Originally Posted by AKwolverine
How deflating!!!

🦫🍾

You’re telling me.

The Viagra was working, too.

I have a headache now. 🤕

🦫

Side note - don’t ever google bbw mrs clause. Not only can the results not be posted in Professor Bin’s land of misfits; they cannot be unseen either! 😂🤦‍♂️😬🧑‍🎄🦫🤶
Now on another tangent. I never figured out why they say to call the doctor if your dicks still hard after four hours hell call every woman in your contacts and put it to good use.

If I had wood for 4 hours, I’d call Flave.

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Originally Posted by Beaver10
Moral of the story.


If you just shoot ‘dink’s, like I do. Nobody will give 2 shîts to research your hero claims of hunting prowess.

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Or you could get skunked like I have been lately. AKA hunting in the wrong part of WI

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Originally Posted by roundoak
Farm work is interfering with my deer hunting this year because my hired man quit on me a couple of months ago. My time in the woods has been shortened considerably, but was able to fill my buck tag yesterday morning.

While spreading manure on a ridge I noticed a buck and doe at the edge of a field. I stopped the machinery and my Redfield 10x42 binos indicated the buck was a shooter. I kept the tractor engine and PTO on the spreader going and watched the deer enter a small grove of Sumac and grassy area that was top of a brushy draw that led into the woods. I called one of the hunters staying at the cabin and said I need three guys to push a couple of deer and to meet me at the farm.

We met up and devised a plan to roust the deer and send them my way. I was dropped off on a township road and I told them to give me an hour to work my way north through the woods and to get in place. Hour and 15 minutes later there was a crack of a rifle. I thought, damn someone shot the buck, then I saw movement in the area I hoped the deer would have showed.

The buck came pussy footing thru some Gooseberry bushes in a rocky sided funnel that leads to some real thick brush. The buck did not make it thru. Savage 99-A 250-3000 87 gr Speer HotCor. The deer was lower then me and I took the shot after he cleared some brush and quartered away from me. Bullet entered back by the near short rib, thru the lungs, broke the far scapula and stopped under the hide. 72 lasered yards.
The rifle crack mentioned earlier was a driver shot the doe that was with the buck.

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Gets better every time i read it.


Something clever here.

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I was wondering where the WI required little white license plate is on that SxS - most post them up in the back window that I've seen. Not all but most.

Dave - congrats to the boy/you on your fine buck.


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Originally Posted by Teal
I was wondering where the WI required little white license plate is on that SxS - most post them up in the back window that I've seen. Not all but most.

Dave - congrats to the boy/you on your fine buck.

Guess i can't fool you. My son indeed, im very happy for him. He's had several slow years of deer hunting. He was due.


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Originally Posted by northern_dave
Originally Posted by roundoak
Farm work is interfering with my deer hunting this year because my hired man quit on me a couple of months ago. My time in the woods has been shortened considerably, but was able to fill my buck tag yesterday morning.

While spreading manure on a ridge I noticed a buck and doe at the edge of a field. I stopped the machinery and my Redfield 10x42 binos indicated the buck was a shooter. I kept the tractor engine and PTO on the spreader going and watched the deer enter a small grove of Sumac and grassy area that was top of a brushy draw that led into the woods. I called one of the hunters staying at the cabin and said I need three guys to push a couple of deer and to meet me at the farm.

We met up and devised a plan to roust the deer and send them my way. I was dropped off on a township road and I told them to give me an hour to work my way north through the woods and to get in place. Hour and 15 minutes later there was a crack of a rifle. I thought, damn someone shot the buck, then I saw movement in the area I hoped the deer would have showed.

The buck came pussy footing thru some Gooseberry bushes in a rocky sided funnel that leads to some real thick brush. The buck did not make it thru. Savage 99-A 250-3000 87 gr Speer HotCor. The deer was lower then me and I took the shot after he cleared some brush and quartered away from me. Bullet entered back by the near short rib, thru the lungs, broke the far scapula and stopped under the hide. 72 lasered yards.
The rifle crack mentioned earlier was a driver shot the doe that was with the buck.

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Gets better every time i read it.
Well, he WAS spreading manure. Just not on a ridge.

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Originally Posted by northern_dave
Originally Posted by roundoak
Farm work is interfering with my deer hunting this year because my hired man quit on me a couple of months ago. My time in the woods has been shortened considerably, but was able to fill my buck tag yesterday morning.

While spreading manure on a ridge I noticed a buck and doe at the edge of a field. I stopped the machinery and my Redfield 10x42 binos indicated the buck was a shooter. I kept the tractor engine and PTO on the spreader going and watched the deer enter a small grove of Sumac and grassy area that was top of a brushy draw that led into the woods. I called one of the hunters staying at the cabin and said I need three guys to push a couple of deer and to meet me at the farm.

We met up and devised a plan to roust the deer and send them my way. I was dropped off on a township road and I told them to give me an hour to work my way north through the woods and to get in place. Hour and 15 minutes later there was a crack of a rifle. I thought, damn someone shot the buck, then I saw movement in the area I hoped the deer would have showed.

The buck came pussy footing thru some Gooseberry bushes in a rocky sided funnel that leads to some real thick brush. The buck did not make it thru. Savage 99-A 250-3000 87 gr Speer HotCor. The deer was lower then me and I took the shot after he cleared some brush and quartered away from me. Bullet entered back by the near short rib, thru the lungs, broke the far scapula and stopped under the hide. 72 lasered yards.
The rifle crack mentioned earlier was a driver shot the doe that was with the buck.

[Linked Image from i.imgur.com] [Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

Gets better every time i read it.

If you go back and read the classics manure spreaders, gooseberries, and perfectly choreographed pushes are a central theme...

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Round oak is probably another maser sock puppet.

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Originally Posted by Calvin
Round oak is probably another maser sock puppet.

Nah, whoever he is he is knowledgable. Just happens to be full of sh.it

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Originally Posted by Calvin
Round oak is probably another maser sock puppet.

No - never got that feeling. I think he's likely just a guy looking for validation and found it this way. Not right, but doubt he's a sock puppet of Maser.


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Originally Posted by hillestadj
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Round oak is probably another maser sock puppet.

Nah, whoever he is he is knowledgable. Just happens to be full of sh.it

Maybe a pathological liar?

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Crazy.

I want to believe this is some poorly planned joke.

I hope so.

His profile just read "last seen an hour ago." I'm guessing he's either working on a fantastic explanation, or will never be seen again.


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Originally Posted by northern_dave
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I was wondering where the WI required little white license plate is on that SxS - most post them up in the back window that I've seen. Not all but most.

Dave - congrats to the boy/you on your fine buck.

Guess i can't fool you. My son indeed, im very happy for him. He's had several slow years of deer hunting. He was due.

Well, seein' how ND is uhhhhh DED, it makes sense.


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There’s a lesson in hero worship here. I looked forward to his yearly posts with an admitted bit of jealousy. Now I don’t know who I’m more pissed at. Him or me?


Pretty much any problems associated with dogs stems from the fact that they're not a Labrador.

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Originally Posted by bbassi
There’s a lesson in hero worship here. I looked forward to his yearly posts with an admitted bit of jealousy. Now I don’t know who I’m more pissed at. Him or me?


You can always count on me for rock solid failure, year after year.

Wanna hear about my scrawny fork buck? Lol


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Originally Posted by hillestadj
Originally Posted by roundoak
Originally Posted by hillestadj
Originally Posted by roundoak
Farm work is interfering with my deer hunting this year because my hired man quit on me a couple of months ago. My time in the woods has been shortened considerably, but was able to fill my buck tag yesterday morning.

While spreading manure on a ridge I noticed a buck and doe at the edge of a field. I stopped the machinery and my Redfield 10x42 binos indicated the buck was a shooter. I kept the tractor engine and PTO on the spreader going and watched the deer enter a small grove of Sumac and grassy area that was top of a brushy draw that led into the woods. I called one of the hunters staying at the cabin and said I need three guys to push a couple of deer and to meet me at the farm.

We met up and devised a plan to roust the deer and send them my way. I was dropped off on a township road and I told them to give me an hour to work my way north through the woods and to get in place. Hour and 15 minutes later there was a crack of a rifle. I thought, damn someone shot the buck, then I saw movement in the area I hoped the deer would have showed.

The buck came pussy footing thru some Gooseberry bushes in a rocky sided funnel that leads to some real thick brush. The buck did not make it thru.

[Linked Image from i.imgur.com] [Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

Dang bud - heck of a buck and a better story! Thanks for taking us with you.

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Savage 99-A, 250-3000.
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Glitch in the Matrix. How common are identical twins in whitetails?

This sumbitch shot your bucks twin three and a half weeks before you murdered the remaining brother. With an arrow! Neighborly of you to loan out the SxS…


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Holy Fuuuking schit!!!
That is Some Sith Lord cerebral assassin schit right their hillestadj
Well played sir WELL FUUUKING PLAYED.
FUUUKING A TWEETY!!
Schit like this warms my retired hitman heart!!!


Hey Roundoak.
You got about zeeefuggingro credibility left after this..
Then in conjunction with the other thread.
Take the hint....


Fuuuking scumball living life vicariously on the web.

AMF..

That means Aidios Mutha fuuuka.....🤣🤣🤣

Oh...

And...


That's it Mister, off to ignore you go!!!


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Bwana.....

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Should have been




Wait



The lie lac buck.


Lavender and bull sheet


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Originally Posted by Angus1895
Should have been




Wait



The lie lac buck.


Lavender and bull sheet


Very good. Lol


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