Would you shoot this deer?

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by TreshonJohnson, Nov 22, 2016.

  1. denverd1

    denverd1 Newb

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    Yep

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    I definitely would since. Especially since I've been hunting for 8 years now and have only ever taken one doe and that was last year lol.

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  3. Shocker99

    Shocker99 Grizzled Veteran

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    Hes right at the borderline for me i think. I would let my arrow decide in the moment.

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    you bet!
     
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    In a heartbeat!
     
  6. primetime_Deion

    primetime_Deion Weekend Warrior

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    Take it out for sure. I'm only able to hunt high pressured public land right now, that's a definite shooter for me.
     
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    BowHood Weekend Warrior

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    I would let him walk another year or two.
     
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    Hillbilly Jedi Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Quick answer, yes, in a heartbeat. Long answer depends on your hunting situation, age of deer and whether you can keep him around.
     
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    tkaldahl2000 Weekend Warrior

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    Is he made of meat? Sorry, some days I just can't help myself. It would definitely be the biggest I have ever taken, but that might have something to do with me dropping the string on the first tasty looking deer I see each year. That makes me happy. If passing this guy so you might get a crack at a monster next year makes you happy, then you should pass.
     

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