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I’ve been sitting in a buddies treestand for a couple of days. I passed up the same one horned yearling buck a couple of times, but last night I realized that after hunting in BC for thirty seven seasons, I’d never killed a whitetail here. I don’t hunt them, but always have tag. I’ve killed a few of in Alberta, hunting with family. There had been a real good buck and a young 4X4 passing by this stand. I didn’t want to shoot the yearling because there just isn’t much meat on him.
Fortunately the 2 1/2 year old came first today, so I didn’t have to decide on this last day of the season in my area
My first British Columbia whitetail!
Now I have a few days to get cleaned up and get ready for late season mule deer!!
I'd say the time was finally right! Congrats
Rod you are on a roll this year, Congrads
Congrats Rod...you are on quite the roll!!
13 different species to hunt in wonderful BC?!
Great year for you....congrats!
Way to go man!!! You sure know how to get it done, congrats!
Beauty! That boy looks kinda like he ran nose-first into that tree!
Nice, yeah his nose looks like its seen better days.
No season is complete with out a Whitetail. Congrats.
Hey Rod, blood on the snow! How hard was that trail to follow? Nice. Paul
Thanks guys. Paul, pretty short easy trail. But really his blood in on your hands after posting that liver, onions and bacon pic yesterday!! You can probably guess what I'm eating tomorrow.