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Mike's First Season

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This youth hunter has had quite a productive deer season. Not only has he harvested a deer with a muzzleloader, but also with rifle and bow. Here are pictures of his deer and story of his Thanksgiving Day muzzleloader hunt.The first picture goes along with the story.


My Thanksgiving Day Doe


My dad and I went out this morning we sat about 100 yards from each other. He was in a tree stand and I sat in a blind. My dad took his 12ga. and I took my muzzleloader. About 8 o'clock and a nice buck came in behind my dad. He took a shot so I turned and looked his way I saw the buck and he shot again it got about half way a crossed the small cut corn field and I took my shot. My dad shot two times more. We went to look for it and of course we found blood. We tracked it to the fence and then my dad gave me the 12ga. because we dont have permission to hunt the land. I waited for about 10 minutes after my dad was on the trail of the deer and he jumped a doe it came to the fence row not aware of me standing about 20 yards from it but I couldn't shoot because it was on the other side of the fence. After a couple of minutes it walked down the fence and crossed. Out of adrenaline I aimed for deer and shot but I shot over her back. The second shot I aimed for the heart and sure enough I dropped it in its tracks. After a while my dad gave up looking and went home to call a friend, and then we all went to track it. It took about 10 minutes to find the deer.