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VolsFan24
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera

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I think the longest I've waited to get down after a bow kill is 15 minutes. I ususally walk back to the camp to grab a xanax and six miller lite to calm down before I retrieve.


Hadnt had a kill with a bow so i couldn tell ya.. But 2 weeks ago i did have an 8pt at 18 yds and he wouldn give me the shot, i almost got down before the shot due to legs shaking uncontrolably, almost shook me right out of the stand!


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Bleeding purple
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Member since Sep 2007
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
I swear after my shot earlier this season I was shaking so bad I think without the harness I would have fallen out of the tree.


Tiger 79
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
poor thing


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Fap-n-Nap
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
My first shot at a deer with my bow (a miss) I was shaking so bad afterward, I grabbed two limbs and shook leaves off that tree for a solid 5 minutes



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PapaPogey
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
That's pretty cool. Maybe the other guy was filming?


El Josey Wales
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
Pretty damn cool


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Salmon
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
looks like a kid to me

probably just going with Dad


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BRgetthenet
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
Nothing beats the "thud" sound of that stick poking their chest cavity.

Kind of a spiritual moment.


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Teague
Alabama Fan
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Member since Aug 2007
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
Looks like he's shooting a recurve. The two-blade, fixed point also supports that theory.


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Flair Chops
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
that's fricking awesome


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bayoudude
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Member since Dec 2007
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
That is crazy

I would love to know what kind of camera that is because the shutter speed must be damn fast. My guess is those guys are just hunting different sides of the tree. I have done that in a box before. You take anything that comes on this side and i will take anything on that side. Makes for a fun hunt.


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thedice20
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Member since Aug 2008
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
POOR SHOT PLACEMENT.
Neat picture though.


VolsFan24
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Member since Jun 2011
2153 posts

re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
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POOR SHOT PLACEMENT. Neat picture though.


Shot looks fine to me, deer was quartering awaya and send it mid way at an angle, arrow goes through lungs and heart.. That will finish her off


tigers84
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
Awesome pic


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thedice20
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
too high


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monroetiger1
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Member since May 2008
177 posts

re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
That's sweet!!


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FelicianaTigerfan
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2009
16706 posts

re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
Pretty damn cool. I admit that I have a game camera set up for this reason alone. Hope to get a pic like this one day


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Bleeding purple
TCU Fan
Athens, Texas
Member since Sep 2007
23351 posts

re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
I agree with unconvientional shot placement.

Entry would be behind the ribs and high based on exit. The arrow may have actually missed liver and only caught the offside lung. That arrow is way to high to have hit heart.


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Meauxjeaux
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re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
The question was posed on the Fark Board if it could be a photoshop?

What do you all think about this idea?

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Any chance that arrow is a few week old wound that is healing?

I don't know how it wouldn't get caught on something and pull out of the deer during the few weeks time, but that wound looks healed and the arrow look like it has old blood stains on it.

And for the angle, I think it's bouncing around freely as the deer runs. Probably hangs downward when she's idle.
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This post was edited on 10/26 at 11:12 am


OldSouth
LSU Fan
Folsom, LA
Member since Oct 2011
8368 posts

re: Doe "action shot" on trail camera
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Any chance that arrow is a few week old wound that is healing?


If so, why is she running?


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