50 days! Discuss, pics, etc etc.
2019 Archery Season
I finally managed to take my first deer this past Sunday morning. Right after shooting time I had a doe come running by, shortly followed by 3 bucks. I drew on one of the bigger bucks at about 5 yards, but it was too dark to tell where the pin was on him through the peep so I had to let him go. 15 minutes later this guy came in and stopped about 10 yards broadside in front of me. I took the shot and knew I hit him. Didnt like the way the arrow looked so I backed out and we went back around noon to track. Found him a little over a hundred yards away. He's a year and a half old with one antler broken off at the base and the other side is just a socket like he shed it already. Not sure what was up with that, but I'm beyond thrilled to have finally taken my first deer! Fond du lac county, public land
I didn't even see that! But that's more a kicker than a split...
Congrats to all on the great deer! Some awesome bucks here.
I’m especially impressed with the recurve kills. I’ve had the notion several times to scrap the compound bow, fancy gear, cameras, etc. and pick up the recurve. Fewer sources of frustration and a much bigger accomplishment to do it that way. Well done!
Nice deer, but neither have splitG2's??
Wow, I'd say Bullman! Great deer.
Congrats to everyone that connected. Some very nice deer on here.
free2prowl - another great video. You really do a nice job with your videos and I can't imagine how much time you put into it with all the different angles, drone footage, etc. Very nice work. Bummer on the buck, but kudos on the recovery effort and taking the time to reflect and learn.