PUBLIC LAND BUCK at 10 YARDS! On the board in IOWA! – DEER TOUR E23

PUBLIC LAND BUCK at 10 YARDS! On the board in IOWA! – DEER TOUR E23

we’re late like real late on that you do just
spooking my fire they get to curious my oh we are I think we might just walk straight in
and set up on this trail I think it’ll fit you can’t see anything but we can shoot well it’s just after five o’clock and
like I said at the car we are late what was there seven deer on the field when
we got your logan they were all those and I just tried to spook them as fast
as we could I don’t wanna get too curious and then they start blowing and
running around but they just trot it back in the woods and as soon as they
did Logan and I just kind of rushed up here because I knew that they probably
just come right back out and sure enough we had two fawns comes here already as
we were setting up so our winds get it’s kind of just blowing right back out
towards this field and I’d expect these does that we spooked off earlier to be
back out any minute here I can actually see one on the field right now but we
got a northwest wind and last night had drove by this field when it was just
about dark there’s five bucks out on the south alpha field and all of them looked
like something I might shoot one for sure that I would shoot in fact I got a
camera up on the private kind of the way we access to get in here closer to the
road on the field I checked that the other day and I know that there’s for
sure a buck in here that I’ll shoot so hopefully he’s coming off the public
here and he comes by tonight this is the spot that we got permission to access
the public land through and we’re right on the border of it tonight just based
off the way things have been going this year kind of learning that we probably
don’t have to push in quite as far right off the bat here especially if it’s a
spot that we don’t think it’s been pressured and I think this one
definitely hasn’t been based off what I saw last night on that field we got a
fence opening with a couple scrapes right back behind us where these deer
going through and we’re kind of sitting right at the top of the ridge where
these deer filter out on this field we got this drainage to our east that kind
of pinches them up within 20 yards and then the big main trail on the ridge
here is about 25 yards so should have at least somebody come by and range tonight
and there was well used buck bedding areas on both sides when we scouted it
two summers ago this summer we saw tons of Bucks out on this field and it just
seems like this pretty high density of nice Bucks in here this great weather in
October is continuing and I think somebody’s gonna have a legit chance at
something tonight sounds like there’s another one coming
Logan Right here Logan little bit nice buck best
maybe shooter that’s that goofy one you on him you on him good yeah watch listen I
might fall right there did you see him walking yep this is soon after I kept it I just
gotta watch for a bit here I’m trying to learn from me and debts
miss mistake there he did walk away and I never did see him fall and I had it
tucked right up against that shoulder we got plenty of time here so we’re
probably just gonna get down I think and wait til Greg and Zach and Ted get back
to the house here tonight and watch this footage on the big screen but just it’s
awesome I haven’t been able to do an update but I guess you guys can see
those dogs were real sketched out because Logan and I made a real big
mistake when we walked in here I wanted to set up a little bit further into the
timber but we went too far this was the right tree help me come over the fence
and just came right straight to this tree we wouldn’t been fine but we got
our ground set out in front of us there and they were all acting kind of funny
and I was worried that have a nice buck came in that he would really get funny
but you walked right over the top of it we see that a lot it seems like to just
be the deers personality some bucks even big bucks just don’t seem to care for
him in Iowa when we’re in Missouri last year we had that big one come in that he
shot at he got kind of sketched out and then a couple minutes later we had one
rock walked right by right through our ground scent so I’m pretty jacked I
didn’t have time to get nervous and that was one that we had on camera right up
by the road there that’s actually gonna be my first public land buck with a bow
we’re gonna have to go back and watch it again how would I like to see him fall
right there I mean he just slowed down and he looked like he was hurting pretty
bad but I don’t know I’d like to see him go down he will stop there for a while
and then I just kind of walked off so we’re gonna have to kind of be a little
cautious here all right well we’re gonna go grab the
arrow maybe look at a little bit of blood but I last saw I’m not too far
away so we’re just gonna sneak out go watch the footage kind of consult with
the guys and we also want to get out of here just because every single deer
walked by within 20 yards on that same trail so I think this would be a pretty
good spot for Greg to come in here and whack one with the recurve it’s pretty
bright I think it exited maybe through liver but that’s that looks good up
there we got in here and there’s all these fresh rubs we had walked kind of
to where that one was didn’t see a tree we hop back up in this oak right over my
shoulder not very high up but I was just facing where I could shoot sitting down
Logan was right over my shoulder on the backside of the tree we knew that was
right tree but like I said we just kind of messed up walking through there but
ended up working out still I’m just gonna kind of look at some blood here
then we’re gonna back out it’s real brights got bubbles in it so Logan and I
are pretty pumped ready I’m probably just gonna send that picture to him and
not answer him for a little while make him wonder I got that goofy thing I
think yeah oh probably 40 minutes ago oh yeah he’s like
he was like 10 yards we didn’t see him fall but I mean there’s good bright red
blood and hit him like perfect up-and-down it might just be just a
touch back but I could see blood I can see blood pouring out of him when he was
walking away ten yards well Logan and I are gonna head back to town
I think Mindy’s got some food we’re gonna be tracking tonight so if
let’s just got it done so Logan and I can eat and then when everybody else
gets back we’ll be back down here so we’ll see you at the house yeah ready
get ready cuz we gotta track I told Greg when he left who’s like you know they’re
gonna shoot one tonight it’s a cold and rainy it’s probably like five miles back
in there no he ain’t you better okay unless you’re in real far which I hope you might as well make it I think we
good okay you know it’s cold enough out that we probably other guys know yeah yeah there’s a lot of blood just that
point now where I was wondering cuz he is quarter to a little bit coming in
close yeah coming in hot what about perfect for your recurves and I never
did that but I wish it was a little bit close to the shoulder need a higher you
know few inches up and a few inches forward I didn’t I didn’t know he was
accorded to that much when I shot but I never saw anybody really right not as
quartering to it and we’re low in the tree so like the angles good the back of
the left lung and it’s I thought to probably liver and there was a stomach
manner yeah there yeah it was like half the the top half the air was bright red
and the bottom at the Arrowwood still well it’s starting to spit a little snow
and we’re just trying to get this deer card situation figured out got one pin
don’t have the other one so I think we’re going to try to Ratchet it
together it’s been about four hours and we’re gonna go try to find them now it’s
starting to spit snow like I said so these guys went and got what five six
coffees so we’ll all be caffeinated and ready to drag this thing out hopefully
if just we can get this together we might have to drag it and set a roll it hey there folks were loaded up we got
hot coffees put a little bit of vanilla in there for this one going kind of the
wimpy version but you know what a little sweet drink warm up here we go or
looking to track what do you think about the snow I hate it
wow man I’m mad about it yeah I’m sitting in the heat
letting the snow and my rollers window back up I can’t handle it I wish I could get dragged out like this
cuz out that’s gonna have to be taken to the stand every time we hunt now
alright you know I think that’s it Hold’em let’s do this well we’re gonna start slowing down now
I think it’s just gonna be me and somebody else kind of working up front
and then everybody else will stay with last blood why didn’t ox right up there
in the blood just went pretty much straight north and I can see him for 80
yards so we got a pretty good idea of where you want yeah there’s a lot of bubbles in there
okay bunch of it here I see this track right there and blood well
we’ve learned about 80 yards and bloods good I wouldn’t say it’s great but he’s
kind of just found this main deer trail so the covers starting to get the
thicker up here and we’re hoping he just laid down in this thicker cover and he’s
gonna be right over this hill there’s some blood here it’s a fair
amount right here Greg some more blood here he’s kind of going on this trail right
here it looks like I’m just gonna start tracking it no I think so too Zack you maybe go that way I’ll go this
way we got something here more up here I think he’d go up there to set up for the wind
better cuz I’m gonna say go back back when did his back there’s a small
secondary off yes there was that finger there that was kind of got a sauna for
sure there’s two nothing that laid down in there might just be going right back
to the bedding came from you know wait a second man would walk right by this big
realm that the bride where he came up from right here something oh yeah a
little turn around again I don’t know if bloods dwindling off and maybe he just
took a couple steps in the direction we didn’t expect to but I got on this deer
trail where this big route this and jump out get back on what here so hopefully
just follows this path here now it doesn’t throw any loops in this thing bunch more rubs up here he might be
smarter than where he was better than gonna bet back down hopefully well it’s about 11:45 right now and but
it’s kind of piddled off it seems like it’s getting kind of washed away too
with the snow and we’re only kind of finding it on high or vegetation mostly
but he’s been following this same trail for at least 50 yards now and it seems
like he’s just going right back to maybe even the Betty came from there’s been
rubs pretty much throughout the whole blood trail along his path so we’re
hoping he’s either dead in the first better maybe bet it down a couple times
and we find him up here within the next hundred yards well it’s been seven hours now and since
last time we updated you we walked another forty yards maybe but kind of
had ran out and we were just got all stopped and back looked up and said stop
everybody there he is and he’s not in good shape
and legally we can’t do anything about it right now so we’ve been sitting here
for what a half hour at least this is the little point of bowhunting
right here’s I mean yeah we’re gonna get this dear he can not move he came over
standing ten yards on right now well I spent about a half hour and
pretty sure you just expire I’m just gonna go check and make sure here though
I think we’re good yeah thank you little did we know what we are in for
yeah I guess so like what you’re saying now like I think the biggest thing for
me it’s just you know it’s not what you want to go through but it makes you
remember what you’re doing out here and I think that you know as fun as it is to
strategize and stuff like yeah I think you are taking the life of a man of only
it really puts it into perspective and I could never never thought I would be sad
to come up to a buck that I shot and I was very very sad thankful that like the
meat is not gonna go to waste but well right and I think that’s the other thing
too is like it’s worth being out here so you know he he expired at whatever time
with 1:40 I mean if you wait till I mean first light that’s 7:00 in the
morning We heard like 6 coyotes howling
there’s kind of everywhere out here there’s coyotes pretty much across
whitetails range pretty heavily at this point so you know it’s I guess we take
lot of pride and trying to get to these things making sure they’re not gonna go
to waste and everything happened so fast and like I did think he was more
broadside than what it was when he when I shot but and that’s why it’s just you
know important to try to really really focus I mean like like that much
difference yeah two inches and he’s in he’s down and I’m yeah i mean more nice
when he ran off I was like get on him he might fall right there just my
vision of the shot is a hit right where I wanted to I never never had any doubts
that we were gonna find him I guess there’s just as time went on I was kind
of fearing that what was what happened was gonna happen or if we weren’t gonna
find him till tomorrow morning and a coyotes get him you know it’s just
guess it’s just won’t work what we’re dealing with out here just one up one
through the diaphragm I’m actually working out feeling here you just throw
up like I don’t feel good I’m super exhausted but hey let’s get back on it
ain’t gonna get himself out you know what I always say come on Myndi show us what ya got is trapped in hold up so luckily we have
him into here and she’s pretty much just great in the backside and I don’t know I
don’t know what exactly dead to him but he’s back there’s poor Myndi come on Oh no not but it does feel good that I can
actually degrees warmer and I’d be plenty happy he’s all over your trail camera wasn’t
it yeah I know and we just checked it again today and the most consistent buck
on there by far you and I we have a feeling he was the one leaving most of
that sign as we got back into the woods and started tracking him just pretty
much rubs steady all the way up through there kind of where we had scouted two
summers ago you guys kind of had scouted that Ridge side in the back and I were
on the other side but we knew there was good buck betting on both sides of it
I knew that we’d probably be in the cards last night yeah I mean it’s a
great situation a lot of times I think our default mode is to go way back in
yeah whenever we’re hunting but as we learned in Minnesota and as you found on
this particular piece of public land sometimes you don’t have to mm-hmm one
of the big things were always talking about is access creative access and
finding ways to get back in where these deer are at and to hunt them effectively
you know sometimes it’s kayak sometimes it’s walking two and a half three miles
and in this case it was talking to a landowner yeah and that allowed us to
just access right to the field there instead of having to walk through all
the bedding and it ended up just working out on the first sit which is what we
talked about a lot that first sit-in is I mean generally when you’re gonna have
the best shot and just kind of catching them off guard and that’s what we did
last night so everything worked out as far as finding bucks to hunt coming up
with the strategy to get in there and get close and one thing we always learn
from is the shots and the shot wasn’t exactly what you thought it would be or
meaning and what we we thought would happen after we reviewed the footage on
the computer I just didn’t realize that he was quoted to as much as he was and I
guess everything happened so fast in bow hunting and the lesson that we learned
it’s just I had time and the deer was still comfortable I could have just let
him take a few more steps wait for a perfectly broadside or quartering away
shot had I made the shot that I thought I made in my head that deer should have
fallen right there the deer kind of slowed down to a walk and then walked
off so there’s clue number one for somebody that doesn’t have video and
then of course clue number two is the arrow itself
you had good bright blood on it but then also there was some stomach matter in
fat in fat so that tells you that it was back obviously and then a little bit low
so you have those clues you know you need to proceed with caution you know so
like we talked about last night it was a little bit of a reality check as
bowhunters to make 100% sure when you release an arrow that it’s a high
percentage shot and then you can put the animal down quickly yeah I was
definitely a learning experience for me and I think a lot of the guys in the
group and hopefully you guys home even and I hope next time I’m
definitely just going to take that extra couple seconds there let them take that
those extra couple steps to make sure that the shot is perfect yeah I mean bow
hunting is a game of inches and often times a rollercoaster of emotion mm-hmm
that’s exactly what it was last night yeah we’re all happy for you and you
know we started off the deer tour with three bucks down in one week in two
different states and here we’re hunting our home state of Iowa and it took a
couple weeks before Jake finally got us on the board but Aaron’s in Missouri
hunting right now doing some scouting for the Missouri leg of the deer tour
and then we’re just gonna keep on rolling yeah about this weather today I
know Blue Bird day you guys better get running you’d better get to the stand
I’m ready to get back out with the longbow and see if I can get a deer like
this I hope charge just like you did I know
awesome man Congrats yep thank you guys

100 thoughts on “PUBLIC LAND BUCK at 10 YARDS! On the board in IOWA! – DEER TOUR E23”

  • Your hunting group is very tight knit and so positive! One can only dream of being part of something that special and Mindy is AWESOME! This is the type of hunting show that this sport needs, one that shows a realistic approach to hunting that most major shows are missing! Thanks again for everything you guys do to represent the average Joe hunters that make up and holdup the sport of Bowhunting!

  • what's that hand help lamp you're using to blood trail? LED light doesn't always show the color of blood that well and i'm wondering if you've found something better.

  • Why could you not legally finish it? Here in nz I would have reshot it or jumped on it and cut its throat while snapping the neck to make sure it died quickly.

  • Great job! I learn sooo much about bow hunting being new bow hunter! Great to see all of the exsperices yall have! Poor ted is working his butt off!

  • Glad you guys chose not to edit out the waiting. That's raw emotion. I think it's safe to say that as hunters, our hope is that every shot is quick and lethal. Unfortunately sometimes that does not happen.

  • That's the reality of being a hunter. We all desire to be successful but want the quickest, most humane kill possible. We are all fortunate and blessed to be able to hunt these beautiful animals. True hunters have the utmost respect for the life they are taking. Great job guys…….

  • TilDeath1776 US says:

    I would've put another shot on him. It's times like that rules are meant to be broken. Hunting at night and dispatching a wounded animal is two different things.

  • This isn’t a negative comment but when I even make a rub with my clothing reaching for my bow deer run, but you guys are talking to each other in a “classroom” voice and just smacked a really nice buck. But regardless good hunt.

  • Having to dispatch an animal after you find him is a tough pill to swallow. It’s great to have feelings of respect for the animal it’s why we do what we do!

  • Kayaking_Kennedy says:

    Awesome Buck guys! I really liked how y'all showed the emotions of the kill, Really goes to show that y'all are true sportsman.

  • Best hunting channel I have found. Found out about you guys from apbassing. They remind me of when I first started bow hunting a few years ago haha

  • Scott Harrington says:

    Jake, there isn't a hunter out there that hasn't had that happen to them, you showed true emotions. All in all you still harvested a beautiful buck and put meat in the freezer! Another great job!

  • man that's a bad feeling… I love the fact that you guys respect the animal and nature as a whole. That's the biggest part about bow hunting for me is the respect for the animal you hunt. Never want to see an animal suffer.

  • love the show the guys the wife keeping it real good recovery guys sucks when it ends up living longer than it should good deer n hunt keep it up good luck 2 all

  • This could easily be my group of hunters. You did a great job capturing all the emotions involved with a common mans hunt. Everyone within my hunting crew has had an experience like this at some point in their hunting years. I applaud you sticking it out and doing right by the animal. Thanks for sharing this hunt with us.

  • I stumbled upon you guys a month back but I’ve got more respect for y’all in that month than some of my friends I’ve hunted my adult life with 👍

  • I made a bad shot on a doe last year… she fell 40 yards and I gave her about 30 minutes. Got out of stand walked over and she took off. Gave her about three hours went back in with 5 people. Jumped her again and never found her. I didn’t hunt the rest of the year I was so sick with myself. I love the hunt and I love the meat, but I can’t stand to have one suffer. Glad you recovered.

  • Love your show and admire all the work you guys put in to make these videos! One small suggestion; I think it would make the videos more exciting if you didn't put the picture of the deer you harvested as the cover of the video. In this video, even though the blood trail was slowing down because the cover photo was you behind the buck, everyone already knows that you killed the deer. I know you probably have a good reasoning behind doing the way you are, but that's just my thoughts. Great content, love what you guys are doing!

  • I killed 72 deer with bow. Never a single one that I didn’t feel a bit of sadness. Bottom line is we can’t be perfect especially when bow hunting. You have to keep in perspective that we’re doing the species overall a favor by managing them appropriately. However scenarios like this played a big part in my decision to quit hunting. Haven’t hunted in about 20 years. I love watching you guys hunt tho and it even gets the old adrenaline feeling going somewhat. It’s good to know you all have so much respect for the animals, the land, laws and the sport.

  • dablaug ntxim ntxub says:

    jake, your shot was a little far back…if i was you, i would put it right on his shoulder or arm that distance a shoulder shot is enough to go right through it and he wouldn't travel that far…congrats..i shoot a 61lbs and at 40 shoulder shot was not a problem at all and 2 blown shoulder, they don't run far.

  • Full auto Guns and Gear says:

    Now that makes me proud to be a subscriber very good sportsman at least you didn't shoot through a 8 inch branch window lol. Yes I'm binge watching it's rainy and gonna be low 20s in the am so maybe just maybe I'll have a buck down!


    Love the content guys. That was an awesome hunt! You guys got right in on them. A shot like that happens to everyone who bow hunts at some point in time. When that time comes it’s nice to have a broad head with a big cutting diameter to make the chances of hitting the kill zones better. Nice to have a big exist hole also.

  • Way to go Jake on that first public buck! You guys are raw, real, dedicated and fortunate to live in that region. Keep up the great work..we are watching!

  • Way to stick to it fellas. It seems like you guys will go to no end to find the animal. As for waiting that extra second or two before the shot, i relearned that lesson a few weeks ago. I shoot a recurve and i rushed a shot on the biggest 8 i have ever hunted. Right in the shoulder and i still have not found him. If i had just waited another second i'd have killed him. As much as we try to make perfect shots these things sometimes happen

  • memyselfandeye2 says:

    Glad you found! You have a lot of good hunting buddies to help search and drag out. Hard to find. Thanks for sharing.

  • Many of you have had the "gotta find and finish" experience. Way to stay the course. Mindy is a definite keeper. Puts up with your buddies, cooks for them and helps pack out the deer. Reminds me of my wife. She hunts with me. And ice cold when shot time arrives.

  • Another arrow would have been first order of business once I saw him suffering legal or not.however I respect you guys for doing the "right" thing and I'm also not a public figure like you guys so I suppose you did what you thought was the right thing…either way great vid as always

  • I can tell y'all that by looking at the entry point that waiting for the deer to step ahead a couple strides would have changed nothing. The aim point was too far back, therefore the liver shot. That deer was about as broadside as anyone can ask; unless there was a strong cross wind from left to right you almost blew it. I am glad to see that you recovered the deer. If you are going to sell yourselves as "professional hunters" and want to teach the rest of us how to hunt, you need to do much better.

  • Way to stick with it. I hate stories of hunters just giving up, if you're not going to give it all to recover the animal don't hunt.

  • Jake, awesome buck, you have my ultimate respect, the respect you give the animals we chase , we should all learn from these things , you all are true hunters and everybody on your team is shares the same desire and respect , you all keep it real , thanks for the video , and the respect you have for the animals we all chase , we call this chase hunting, THP u r freaking awesome

  • Ive bowhunted since i was 7 years old, im not understanding the the legality of finishing a buck with a bow when its recovered and alive , ive killed dizens of deer with a bow and ive finished two in the dark , i dont mean disrespect by any means , i enjoy your channel and i have alot of respect for you and the thp crew, but you wer right ther with a knife on your belt if you wer concerned about the legality of putting another arrow in him. Kill clean , finish fast. Thats the best we can do as bowhunters to elevate our passion , its just my two cents, i understand things happen, anyhow , great hunt , keep goin fellas , god bless

  • So many comments of appreciation for the emotion and the way in which you told this story and I'm just going to piggy back on those comments. Well done. I saw your turkey tour videos and I've been wrapped up in the deer tour now for about a week. Seriously, well done and keep the great content coming. It's a true pleasure to watch. Someone tell Greg to stop smearing poop on his face… that was cringe worthy.

  • It goes to tell yall that camo is just for marketing purposes and not necessity. Playing the wind, entrance and exit is key to killing deer. The THP guys are so positive, including their spouse too.👍

  • IntrepidArcher says:

    This is a great reminder of the patience and discipline it takes to wait for the right shot, and often to pass altogether. You told the story very well.

  • I’ve binge watched a lot of your videos and I have to say I really think you need to possibly switch broad heads from whatever you’re using I’m not ganna say I’m an expert and I’m sure these guys have killed twice as many deer as I but never have I ever needed to wait more than 2 hours to start the track on my deer bad shot or not and never have I had a deer run more than 60- 80 yards from the shot. I had to watch my first deer suffer and I know it doesn’t feel good as the hunter knowing you weren’t able to make it a swift end. But I do love these videos , the channel and everything it stands for honestly one of the last true ethical hunting channels/ shows

  • Can’t get enough Outdoors says:

    When this epic episode popped I was walking out from a hunt last year! I’m watching it now and it’s the most real bow hunting video with top notch videography! Got me super pumped and proud to know there’re lots of us who respect the game we hunt!!!!

  • I think we have all been there. If you hunt long enough it's going to happen. I've had similar things happen. It's very disheartening but you know at least the deer won't go to waste. Great video guys.

  • Brandon Napier says:

    I'm just an old jaded Sheriff's Sergeant from northern Indiana so my opinion isn't much. But for what it's worth, I think that was the best and most authentic hunting video I've seen. If you boys keep on making videos like this then you'll have at least one fan for a long time. Jake, hold on to that feeling from this hunt and you'll be an even better hunter, person and steward of the land for it . Thanks for share the true hunting experience with us other average Joe hunters.

  • winn_outdoors says:

    Loving your channel looked up videos on what camera to start with filming found one of yalls and here I am boom!

  • I'm new to public land hunting and am trying to learn now that I've moved to a new state – could someone explain the reasoning. behind why they had to wait for the deer to expire? What kind of law doesn't let you use a second shot to dispatch an animal quickly?

  • Great hunt as always, way to stick with the blood and recover you’re buck! I’d a shut the camera off and finished the business, but I give you guys props for showing the highs and lows of bow hunting!

  • Lol…poor Mindy is carrying while Greg is filming! 🤣😂 I really appreciate you guys showing the whole thing. I think too many times the excitement of the whole thing takes away from the seriousness of what were doing….killin! I'm the first one to say I love what we do, but it's also important to not loose sight of what this is! Thanks for being real!

  • John here glad to see how hard to guys put in the time and the grace you all had in letting this deer die in pace made me proud to watch the heart you guys have.

  • Gaede's Outdoor Adventures says:

    Great video guys. I cry even when they pass fast just for the fact that God blessed me with the chance to harvest an animal to feed my family

  • The most real video I've seen in a long time. You all done a great job at reminding everyone what is going on when they release an arrow or pull that trigger. Keep the videos just like this one! Great job and we love what you're doing.

  • Just finding this channel. Much better than any footage on the Cable TV. Keep up the public land hunting and realistic footage. Congrats on the nice public land buck 👊

  • I just recently started following you all. The reaction and emotion you guys showed towards that animal just earned you a loyal subscriber. You guys are great and very good at what you set out to do in the great outdoors. Congratulations! We have all been there as bow hunters and unfortunately we will all experience the lows again at some point. True hunters have great respect for the animals they hunt. No question you all are respectful hunters. Wish there were more videos that show the true ups and downs as you all do. Excellent editing to by the way. I felt as if I was tracking right along with you. Good luck out there and be safe. Can’t wait for your next video.

  • I commend you guys for being positive for so long with little to no sign while tracking him. My first buck had no blood loss whatsoever & it only took 15-20 min to find him, but I definitely thought I missed or hit him really badly about halfway thru the track.

  • Mindy seems like a perfect woman….making dinner for a bunch of guys who are hunting…and then. AND THEN…. goes and recovers the deer…Greg’s a lucky guy

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