I love killing deer

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Justin, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. Justin

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    That's all. I love it. :rock:
     
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    True dat!
     
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    I love animals..... They Taste good.
     
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    That's why I try to shoot so many does!
     
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    I still get the shakes early on when the deer are close-by and an oppotrtunity is at hand. It goes away after my first kill. Adrenaline rush. Anyway, I got one down, the next will hopefully find me more calm. I've noticed I don't get too nervous when the deer suddenly appear and I make the shot, but watching them feed and slowly approach or work scrapes etc. the anticipation really gets me going. Any advice on controlling this excitement?
     
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    mobow Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Not now chief. I'm in the frickin zone!
     
  9. Justin

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    Yes, kill more deer! :D

    And remember to breathe. Eventually it will go away. I still get excited when I see a deer, but I no longer get the shakes like I did when I first started bowhunting.
     
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    I still get the shakes everytime that I see a deer in the woods. I freaking love it. For those of you that don't get them anymore: Are you still equally exited, just minus the shakes?
     
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    Me like killing deer tooo.
     
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    Amen!!
     
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    YEP!!!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    yes sir, if its brown it's down!
     
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    I'm going out tomorrow, if it's a big buck it's in the truck.
     
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    I like that... a lot.:cool:
     
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    You are preachin' to the choir here pal.

    Good luck the rest of the season.
     
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    I like killing does but the young bucks keep chasing them off before I can get a shot. :bash: :bash: Both hunts today went that way. The night before a doe was in range but decided to stand quartering to me for 25 minutes while darkness fell on me. She wouldn't move. I even meee-ed and grunted at her to see if she would move. I was on the ground as usual and had to voice it as I didn't dare move in the sparse cover I was hiding in to grab my deer call. Nope she was content just standing there. She didn't seem to have a care in the world... well until I stood up after dark and called her a dork... that put the fire under her tail. LOL

    Tim
     
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    Yep no better feeling than after making that perfect shot and then walking up on your prize!!:hail: Walt
     
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    food is packed, gear is washed, truck is fueled and bow is true! on my way to WI for my first and what could be my only multi day hunt of the year!!!!!luv to hunt deer
     

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