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Old 01-29-2012, 06:37 AM
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We got a smaller doe that jumped off the bridge a couple of blocks away. I'd forgotten about her. Does that count?
A Doe Jumped off a bridge?
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Old 01-29-2012, 08:38 PM
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Ya, there's a small cherry orchard about two blocks away from us by the railroad tracks where there have been deer eating the leaves off of the trees. Our main street in town has a bridge that goes over the top of the tracks so we don't have to wait on the trains. Opening weekend of rifle season a small doe must have gotten spooked when she left the cherry orchard and jumped right off the top of the bridge breaking both her front legs. The city workers found her, cop had to shoot her, and we got a free deer. Crazy!
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Old 02-28-2012, 08:47 PM
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My boy and I ended the season with 2 deer kills. My boy got to shoot a 3 pt buck during the early youth season here in MO. I had a really good season. I seen alot of deer and passed a few that I wish I would have shot now. lol I ended up shooting the first deer to come by during muzzleload season. I shot and killed a 4 pt buck on the opening day of muzzleload season. I enjoyed the woods and had great time, Can't wait til next season! How did everyone else do this season??
Semohunter, what part of Semo? I spent the first 18 years of my life in Semo. Bollinger County to be exact, about 30 miles west of Cape Girardeau. Still own some land there.
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