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Whitetail Deer
Contributors to this thread:
c5ken 29-Aug-22
midwest 29-Aug-22
DanaC 29-Aug-22
deerhunter72 29-Aug-22
GUTPILEPA 29-Aug-22
MA-PAdeerslayer 29-Aug-22
c5ken 29-Aug-22
TGbow 29-Aug-22
JL 29-Aug-22
Grey Ghost 29-Aug-22
Chuckster 29-Aug-22
RIT 29-Aug-22
Grunter 29-Aug-22
Bowbender 29-Aug-22
scentman 29-Aug-22
Genesis 30-Aug-22
Scoot 30-Aug-22
Norseman 30-Aug-22
Hancock West 30-Aug-22
WhattheFOC 30-Aug-22
12yards 30-Aug-22
Ironbow 30-Aug-22
Norseman 30-Aug-22
redquebec 30-Aug-22
c5ken 31-Aug-22
From: c5ken
29-Aug-22

c5ken's embedded Photo
c5ken's embedded Photo
How old is this lady? I have pictures of her for the last three years. This photo has not been altered. Ive seen her from a tree & she's for real...

From: midwest
29-Aug-22
Must. Resist. Naughty. Comment.

From: DanaC
29-Aug-22
We had an old doe on club property nicknamed 'Long Nose Sally' but this one has her beat by a lot ;-)

From: deerhunter72
29-Aug-22
I HATE does like that! Too smart for their own good.

From: GUTPILEPA
29-Aug-22
Wee oooh

29-Aug-22
Greg x2!

From: c5ken
29-Aug-22
She has caught me several times in a 20' tree stand. Hate to do it but, she has to go. Im sure she will be very tender,,,, Anyone want an venison??

From: TGbow
29-Aug-22
I bet she is the nosiest doe in the herd..lol

From: JL
29-Aug-22
IMO.....crusty old does are smarter than most bucks. They have more experience protecting themselves and their fawns from predators....2 and 4 legged.

From: Grey Ghost
29-Aug-22
To heck with her nose. Look at those chunky hind quarters!! ;-)

Matt.

From: Chuckster
29-Aug-22
GG, she's got them fawn bearing hips.

From: RIT
29-Aug-22
I recall reading somewhere it’s better for the herd not to kill the old matriarch.

From: Grunter
29-Aug-22
Lol @ Midwest

From: Bowbender
29-Aug-22
She ain't nothing but trouble. A few years ago, we had a 3 legged doe on the property. Look to be born that way. First time I saw her she gave me a 25 yard broadside. Felt kinda bad and figgered she had enough problems. Ya, big mistake. My ladder stand sat back in a paw paw thicket, pretty much invisible. Except to her. She picked me off. From that time for 2 seasons whenever my son or I sat there and she came by, she'd stop 40 yards out and blow. And blow. And blow. Talking with other hunters she gave them fits too. Finally met her demise in 2017 during rifle season. Didn't miss her. Not. One. Bit.

From: scentman
29-Aug-22
Young bucks call her a "dilf"... ;0]

From: Genesis
30-Aug-22
“Red beans and rice don’t miss her “

From: Scoot
30-Aug-22
Midwest and I think alike!

From: Norseman
30-Aug-22
Baby got back!

From: Hancock West
30-Aug-22
good one scentman. she thick.

From: WhattheFOC
30-Aug-22
So this doe walks in to a bar… The bartender says, ‘why the long face?’

From: 12yards
30-Aug-22
That doe can smell you from upwind.

From: Ironbow
30-Aug-22
Texas Bowhunters used to measures does for the record book by skull size. World record right there!

From: Norseman
30-Aug-22

30-Aug-22
Wow!

From: redquebec
30-Aug-22
You harvest her, on public land, while still hunting, with a longbow and wooden arrows, you've just reached your peak as a hunter.

I've been busted by that type of doe when I was completely concealed, had the wind in my favor and was stone still. She just "knew". Great respect for those girls, they know how to keep the other deer alive, unfortunately for us.

From: c5ken
31-Aug-22
LOL Great comments guys... I know she should go but it would be like killing someones grandmother...

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