2019 Trophy Doe Contest

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  1. Bowhunting.com Staff

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  4. Fix

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    That's genius right there. Lucky for me I need a new scale anyways.
     
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    Going to be interesting


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    axtell343 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    So can we submit multiple does? or must it be the first doe we take with a bow?
     
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    Oh I have a sure fire contest winner running around the place the last 2 years, massive doe but guess what she provides half the genes to produce a large bodied buck, think I would kill her to win an online contest? No.
     
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    I like the idea of the contest. I get why a specific scale must be used. However, that is a deterrent to me. Even with discount code, that digital scale is $41 before taxes and shipping. Yet, I can buy a different brand scale off of Amazon for half of that. Just another example of a common tool re-branded by a hunting company and then sold at an obscenely marked up price point. No thanks! Best of luck to those who enter.
     

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