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And another one who should be on my wall..

Discussion in 'Shed Hunting' started by redneckdave, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. redneckdave

    redneckdave Newb

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    This one is sadder 20170404_132032.jpg 20170404_132631.jpg

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    bbslayr Weekend Warrior

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    Yeah hes been around here for years the other one i posted has too they were both found pretty close to eachother

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    bbslayr Weekend Warrior

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    It always sucks to find them more so when you have waited for them to mature so you can hunt them. Good luck finding their older brother this coming season

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    elkguide Grizzled Veteran

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    That stinks. Hopefully their genes are still around.
     
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    redneckdave Newb

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    Im pretty sure they are

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