nice deer Darrell H. i know you are proud of that one.
man, we are so far behind now, we would have to have a slaughter to catch up.
i shot one doe with the 500 but couldn't find her--go figure that one
anyway sorry atlroach i had to shoot one with the rifle fri afternoon. it was a big 11 and just a little far for me to feel comfortable with with the hand cannon. didn't have but a few seconds and he was gonna be gone anyway.
i guess now i can put the rifle back up and at least try to keep us from getting skunked
Had to stay close to home so I have a friend who has some property in Paulding county . I set up my blind at 5:30 am overlooking 2 trails coming into the area I was in and at 8:00 am I could hear them walking thru the leaves toward my area. When I located them I started counting heads coming thru the woods . A total of seven was counted and when one stopped long enough to get my scope on it I shot . After that one ran off I sat for a while to make sure he was expired and at 10 mins the deer started coming back and I got my second shot but missed clean . This was my first self portrait and it took me 15 mins to figure out how to set up my digital camera for this.
Thanks HuntFan sorry about the long time to reply . My lease is in the northern zone and I went and did my best this weekend but saw no deer, so thats it for me ! I dont know of any southern zone WMAs that I could make a weekend run to or any friends that have any land in the zone
Ammo Used: 70 grains Blackhorn 209/240 grain, 44 caliber Remington JSP in a Hornady sabot
Sex of Deer (# of points if buck): Boar
Hunt Details: Was slipping through the woods hunting for hogs today when I spotted this one about twenty yards away. There was a large pine tree between us and he vanished behind the tree. I kept waiting for him to step out from behind the tree but I looked down and realized that I was standing in the trail that he was walking on. When he finally emerged from behind the tree, I shot him in his left shoulder at 10 feet!