Umm...What kind of deer are you after, exactly?
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It's Deer season and I'm all set to go
X-treme Deer Hunting
(edit) heh not my rig btw just one i found on a humor site i like .even though a Ma duce would be kinda fun to have.
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Is that a Barrett on the ATV?
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I'm All for a setup like that
Well if your going after the two legged kind and her father is well-healed this would be the perfect set-up
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The perfect "Tennessee Redneck" mobile deer stand/assault vehicle.
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how do you think we do drive hunts here in KY
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Deer season??? Run, Bambi, Run!!! Just kidding. Hope the hubby gets one this year. Amish here do killer processing and make a great sausage. A stock of that would be great going into the Holiday Season.
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While we're on the subject of deer season, here is an old humorous story about opening day:
Opening Day of Deer Season
6:05am - See eight deer.
6:06am - Take aim at big buck and squeeze trigger.
6:06am - Hear click!
6:07am - Load gun while watching deer run away.
6:09am - Curse.
8:00am - Head back to camp.
9:00am - Still looking for camp.
10:00am - Realize camp is lost.
12:00pm - Fire gun for help.
12:05pm - Run out of bullets, eight deer come back.
12:06pm - Curse again, deer run away again.
12:15pm - Get hungry, eat wild berries.
12:20pm - Get strange feeling.
12:30pm - Realize berries were poison.
12:55pm - Find help, get stomach pumped.
3:00pm - Arrive back at camp.
3:30pm - Leave for deep woods determined to kill deer.
4:00pm - Return to camp for bullets.
4:01pm - Load gun and leave for deep woods again.
5:01pm - Only see squirrels. Empty gun at squirrels.
6:00pm - Arrive at camp, see eight deer grazing in camp.
6:01pm - Load gun, shoot at big buck.
6:02pm - All eight deer run away again.
6:03pm - Look at damage on side of truck that bullet hit.
6:04pm - Really curse!
6:05pm - Hunting partner drags big buck to camp.
6:06pm - Repress strong feeling to shoot hunting partner.
6:10pm - Really curse hunting partner!
6:11pm - Take pickup truck and leave hunting partner in woods.
6:15pm - Run into a tree after eight deer run across road.
6:20pm - Pickup truck no longer runs after hitting tree.
6:21pm - Really, really curse!
6:22pm - Start walking.
6:25pm - Drop gun in mud.
6:26pm - See a deer in road, aim and shoot. Explosion!! (mud in barrel)
6:27pm - Explosion makes pants stink.
11:30pm - Arrive home. Punch wife who questions stink.
Next Day - Watch football game. Run ad to sell hunting equipment.
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I'm used to the BIG deer in Michigan...then when we first got down here we had one standing in a field and my wife said, "Hey, look a minature deer!" (she was serious...)
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