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    Found this under the hide on the exit side. It was poking through just enough to make the hair stand on end in a little patch. Might weigh it tomorrow. Precision Rifle QT, 250gr lead hollow point with a plastic tip. Made in Canada, I’ve had pretty good luck with them over the past couple years.
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    So far I've only seen things out of season. Lots of cow calf moose duos.

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    Camera's show Elk, Deer ( Doe and Spikers ), and wild boar. The serious schitt starts tomorrow a.m. See you goof balls in a week or so - GOOD HUNTING !!
    Nothing will F--k you up as much as the realization that there's no real reason the alphabet needs to be in order !!

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    +2C out in the boondocks an hour or so east of Edmonton. Saw zero deer and only 1 grouse. Saw a metric shit-ton of coyotes out doing their thing, which is pretty easy for them given the scant snow cover. I did see one "first" for me - a coyote dining on a road-pizza coyote which was odd. I would have thought the fur smell would be enough to drive off Cannibal Wiley, and it's not like they're starving with these temps or this little snow.

    The things you see when you don't have the green zombie ammo with you.
    "It is an absolute truism that law-abiding, armed citizens pose no threat to other law-abiding citizens."

    Ammo, camo and things that go "blammo".

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    Hunted 2 days this year.
    My wife's cousin got a couple does, my brother in law got a deer, and after they went home and I had no help I got my best whitetail to date.
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    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    Not hunting story, but for sure the rut is on here. Normally we don’t see deer on my street.

    Sitting in my living room last night I see a pair of does run down the sidewalk shortly followed by a pedestrian. In a little bit the does returned, in the middle of the street and headed back to where the came from. About half an hour later here comes a buck trotting up the sidewalk, nose down and looking very purposeful. Ten minutes later he returned looking puzzled. He seemed to have lost the scent of the does and was casting about trying to find the freshest scent. He paused in my front yard, then the neighbor’s yard and finally worked his way onto the street. There he cut the scent the does made on their return trip. Down went the nose and he resumed his trot and was quickly out of sight.
    In spite of all of man's grandiose achievements, he owes his continued existence to six inches of topsoil and the fact that it rains.

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    We’ve had deer in the front yard for the past couple of nights. I think they’re getting a little too cosy with my cedars.
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    My brother in law shot his deer in my yard on Sunday.
    The dog was up all night barking at it, so we weren't sad to see it go.
    Why does the rest of the country get first dibbs on half my income?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    My brother in law shot his deer in my yard on Sunday.
    The dog was up all night barking at it, so we weren't sad to see it go.
    They get all uppity about things when you do it in the middle of Winnipeg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewey Cox View Post
    My brother in law shot his deer in my yard on Sunday.
    The dog was up all night barking at it, so we weren't sad to see it go.
    Skip the dishes, rural division

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