First bow kill

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  1. indi

    indi Newb

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    God bless you! Did you cry like me when I did my first kill?

    Yes, I'm a lady...but he tasted delicious!

    I wish you many more, sweetheart!

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  2. Bowman92

    Bowman92 Weekend Warrior

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    Lmao, no i didnt I was very excited tho

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    Congrats on the deer, first one is the hardest.
     
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    Aughhhhhhhh! I was not able to finish my post...and that was not all I meant to say!

    Sweetie, I believe your first kill was a clean one, and that makes all the difference!

    Unfortunately for me, mine was NOT clean...I was so nervous I torked my bow and spined a male fawn...my best male friend *made* me finish him, or he would. His mother was crying. I was so upset I missed him totally twice. The third shot I made to the heart. I have pics of me with a big smile on my face, but my heart ached.

    All of my bow hunter friends supported me. And as I said before, he truly sustained us.

    I am so happy for you! You are a much better hunter than I ever could be! But I bet I could make your first kill much more delicious than you could...that is, unless you have an Italian mama! Lol

    Ps...some of my best recipes are from my hunter friends...just sayin'...

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  6. Western MA Hunter

    Western MA Hunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Very nice... congrats!
     
  7. Pine tops

    Pine tops Weekend Warrior

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    Congrats and many more.
     
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    Pine tops Weekend Warrior

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    Just curious as to what about the pictures gave you the idea that it looked like a baited deer kill.
     
  9. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Good deer man.... what kind of BH were you using? I didnt see any info under the pic
     
  10. Bowman92

    Bowman92 Weekend Warrior

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    BH? I'm shooting a PSE Vision with black eagle carnivores and NAP killzones if that answers your question

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  11. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    BH= broadhead
     
  12. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    nvm I re-read your post lol
     
  13. Bowman92

    Bowman92 Weekend Warrior

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    Lol yea i was shooting NAP killzones, MASSIVE blood trail couldn't have tracked it any easier

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  14. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Nice man! I will be making the switch to NAP this year. I like the looks of the spitfire XXX. Currently I am using shwacker 2 blade and 3 blade mechanicals. I have taken a deer with both with no problem with both being complete passes but After seeing people rave about NAP broadheads im going to give them a try.
     
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    The pic of the blood trail was probably the smallest blotch of blood out of the blood trail I couldn't believe how much blood there was, I was thinking about seeing what NAP do8ble cross would do but after seeing that I think im gonna stick to the killzones they're easy to take apart and clean, personally my favorite part about NAP is they don't use shock collars like rage does

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