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Just out of range
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Paul@thefort 13-Feb-16
Paul@thefort 13-Feb-16
Paul@thefort 13-Feb-16
Paul@thefort 13-Feb-16
WV Mountaineer 13-Feb-16
Paul@thefort 13-Feb-16
Paul@thefort 14-Feb-16
WV Mountaineer 14-Feb-16
t-roy 14-Feb-16
drycreek 14-Feb-16
From: Paul@thefort
13-Feb-16

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From: Paul@thefort
13-Feb-16

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but not with the camera

From: Paul@thefort
13-Feb-16

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now if I had a long range 22/250 and a turret scope!

From: Paul@thefort
13-Feb-16

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He might have been a dead dog.

my best, Paul

13-Feb-16
Get 'em Paul!

From: Paul@thefort
13-Feb-16
Cade, my 222 was under powered for a 500 yard shot. The wind was gusting to 25mph. Being a bow hunter and not a long range rife shooter, I like to call them in to a long bow shot even with the 222cal.

Justin, Should have hunted in the morning when the wind was calm but I elected to ice fish for trout. Caught 6 and had 3 for dinner.

my best, Paul

From: Paul@thefort
14-Feb-16
Zoom camera lens brings them in close.

14-Feb-16
In that kind of wind, at that range, it would have been a poke and a hope with most any caliber gun, for most any shooter. Especially, with light bullets.

Better luck killing him next time. I hate it when a coyote gets away. However, three trout for dinner makes for a great day either way.

God Bless men

From: t-roy
14-Feb-16
Trout are way better eatin anyway Paul!

Nice pics, though!

From: drycreek
14-Feb-16
My 22-250 with 40 gr. vmax at 3900 would have made quick work of him.............if I could have made the shot ! :)

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