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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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I just found a place on the TWRA (that's our wildlife agency in TN) where I can go back and review my harvest data. In the last five years I have taken a total of 27 deer in four counties; 13 bucks and 14 does. I've taken 2 spikes,1 five point, 3 six points, 5 eight pointers, 1 nine pointer, and one 10 point.

That's all they have loaded, I would be interested to know what my lifetime count would be. I have avaraged 5-7 a year for for a long - long time. It would be good to see at what point I started killing the bigger bucks. I know early on if it was brown it was down. that has changed a little these days.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 06:35 PM
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Kind of like a deer hunting diary. Pretty cool, you've been a busy man Buckshot.
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post #3 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 07:43 PM
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Pretty cool data Buckshot, I can remember a couple of early harvests, 1973 spiker in PA was first kill, then a bit foggy in the middle and now don't remember what i had for breakfast.

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Pretty cool data Buckshot, I can remember a couple of early harvests, 1973 spiker in PA was first kill, then a bit foggy in the middle and now don't remember what i had for breakfast.
Oh how I can relate to that one!
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Oh how I can relate to that one!
Me too.

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me three.

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Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the outcome of the vote.
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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-14-2010, 08:56 AM
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that is pretty neat that they store that data and you can access it. I usually take a picture of any deer I kill even if it's just a doe. I always get pics of my deer w/my son in them, that way as he grows up he sees that he was "involved". Granted, he's only 2, but I think the hunting passion is already growing on him. We mold our kids into what they will become some day. Some parents do a good job at this, while others, well you know... Every time I turn on a deer hunting show he yells out "HI DEER". Funny story, I took him out w/me last Friday afternoon to check cameras and the first thing he yelled when we got out of the truck was "HI DEERS!!!!!" Awesome feeling.... but then we had a talk about being quiet when hunting them! :)

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Thanks for the info buckshot.. I had no clue we could do that.. Will be neat to check it out..

Tator I like how your starting him out..
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Yea Tator I can hear it now. There's outside voice, inside voice and hunting voice.

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yes there is! you should see him sit up in my lap and watch deer hunting on tv!

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