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Discussion in 'LOCAL INDIANA TALK' started by tackleholic, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    Listening to the rhythm of the falling rain, telling me what a fool I've been. :crazy: :cool2:
    This is'nt no tin roof, but it till served the same purpose. :wink:
     

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  2. fmb

    fmb New Member

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    looks peacefull....
     

  3. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    Love to listen to the sound of rain in a tent or under a metal roof.
     
  4. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    I should've taken along my sleeping bag. The folding chair was hurting my back & hip big time. :big_smile:
     
  5. old newbie

    old newbie New Member

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    I don't need the rain to tell me what a fool I've been...........I've got an exwife for that:angry:
     
  6. river scum

    river scum New Member

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    that is just like mine bro. isnt it nice to stay dry, while getting some meat. lol
     
  7. skippi2use

    skippi2use New Member

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    I just turned in a 108 pound doe from yesterday this morning. Then turned around and made a BIG OOPS. At 2:30 this after noon. I killed a 6 point buck that if I had realized what he was, I would not have even considered shooting him. I couldnt see the top of his head although I thought I did. I missed the rack. I shot him head on well over 100 yards. Bullet entered center of his chest and exit in a former exit hole. If you know what I mean. Cut his lung and heart in half and doubled the size of the old puuuup shoot. I think that this buck is the same buck that I had hang out for an hour under my tree stand in the thicket this morning. About shot him then just because he wouldnt go away. If any one wants to see a picture of the smallest buck ever shot by an adult I will post it. Would have made a great first buck for one of the 2 oldest kids. I dont know that I have ever seen as many deer as I have this year. They are being spooky though even the little deer. They are staying barried in the thicket. Even the 50 pound does are staying in there. Cant get them to step out in the field or the haul roads. If they hit the haul roads they are running across them.
     
  8. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    Last wed I'd jumped a buck in the pine thicket. He had heard me walking up the ridge & took off. I first only heard him running & saw his back & rear going over the ridge down on the hillside. On opening day I was with someone who had a doe to walk up behind him & she started to run in behind me. Neither of us got a shot. :angry:
     
  9. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    Ex-girlfriends knows how to play that roll. :confused2:
     
  10. river scum

    river scum New Member

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    well, tackleholic, are you seeing any steaks walk by?
     
  11. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    Not for a week now. I still think about the doe & buck that I couldn't get a clear shot at. :angry: :angry:
    Too much going on with 3 ptj's. :angry: :angry: :angry:
     
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  12. river scum

    river scum New Member

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    good luck on this last weekend on firearms season bro.
     
  13. tackleholic

    tackleholic New Member

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    Couldn't finish out the season. :angry: