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Finally a nice Wisconsin buck...

Messages posted to thread:
Paul 14-Nov-17
Pa Steve 14-Nov-17
Matt Ewing 14-Nov-17
Paul 14-Nov-17
TrapperKayak 14-Nov-17
deerhunt51 14-Nov-17
jim shaw 14-Nov-17
sticshooter 14-Nov-17
Ken Williams 14-Nov-17
throwback 14-Nov-17
murph 14-Nov-17
OBH 14-Nov-17
ChadR 14-Nov-17
bowhawk75 14-Nov-17
hawkeye in PA 14-Nov-17
GUTPILE PA 14-Nov-17
Wapiti - - M. S. 14-Nov-17
Homey88 14-Nov-17
Steve Milbocker 14-Nov-17
Woodchucker 14-Nov-17
uphuntn 14-Nov-17
longbeauxman 14-Nov-17
Old School 14-Nov-17
ground hunter 14-Nov-17
SB 14-Nov-17
woodshavins 14-Nov-17
RymanCat 14-Nov-17
DantheMan 14-Nov-17
TGbow 14-Nov-17
bfisherman11 14-Nov-17
Bernie Bjorklund 14-Nov-17
SteveD 14-Nov-17
arlone 14-Nov-17
WildernessBuck 14-Nov-17
Barber 14-Nov-17
Tree 14-Nov-17
1Longbow 14-Nov-17
Paul 14-Nov-17
Greyfox 14-Nov-17
Landshark Launcher 15-Nov-17
Bushytail 15-Nov-17
ga bowhunter 15-Nov-17
savage1 15-Nov-17
Zepnut 15-Nov-17
CBergeman 15-Nov-17
Rut-row 15-Nov-17
Clydebow 15-Nov-17
Oly 15-Nov-17
Tweed 15-Nov-17
Threeundr 15-Nov-17
Riverwolf 15-Nov-17
Jake 15-Nov-17
SB 15-Nov-17
soap creek 15-Nov-17
jwhitetail 16-Nov-17
Kwikdraw 16-Nov-17
jerseyman 16-Nov-17
badgerman 16-Nov-17
Curlis 16-Nov-17
From: Paul
Date: 14-Nov-17

Paul's embedded Photo



Very thankful to take this buck on Wisconsin's public lands just yesterday after a long season of hard hunting.

From: Pa Steve
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations! That's a beautiful buck. You were rewarded for hunting hard.

From: Matt Ewing
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice!

From: Paul
Date: 14-Nov-17

Paul's embedded Photo



Had some help from one of my grandsons who loves archery...

From: TrapperKayak
Date: 14-Nov-17




Thats the way to do it, congrats. Nice buck, great kid... :)

From: deerhunt51
Date: 14-Nov-17




Paul, like it . I have 5 small Grandsons.

From: jim shaw
Date: 14-Nov-17




nice Buck

From: sticshooter
Date: 14-Nov-17




sweet.<><

From: Ken Williams
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations, Paul. Fine looking buck and a fine looking young man.

My first grandson was born in July. Nothing like them in the world.

Wish you and yours all the best, Ken

From: throwback
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice buck Paul, congrats!! I love to see the kids excited about it. I have two grandsons that can't wait to hunt.

From: murph
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice one,I would never knock hunting public land.I have killed many nice deer on them. I like the way the boy has his bow laying on the buck too..

From: OBH
Date: 14-Nov-17




Very nice, congrats!

From: ChadR
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice! Congratulations

From: bowhawk75 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congrats on a nice looking buck.

From: hawkeye in PA
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations.

From: GUTPILE PA
Date: 14-Nov-17




Way to go my friend

From: Wapiti - - M. S. Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice buck glad to see you have your grandson interested in traditional archery.

From: Homey88
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congrats! Way to go!

From: Steve Milbocker
Date: 14-Nov-17




He's a dandy Paul, congrats!

From: Woodchucker Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congrats from a fellow Wisco public land hunter! Where in Wisconsin are you Paul? Nate

From: uphuntn Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations...

From: longbeauxman
Date: 14-Nov-17




Outstanding. Congrats on making good memories

From: Old School Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice deer, good job!

From: ground hunter
Date: 14-Nov-17




love that bow, what is that?

From: SB
Date: 14-Nov-17




One antler?

From: woodshavins
Date: 14-Nov-17




Well deserved! Congrats sir!

From: RymanCat
Date: 14-Nov-17




Only you Steve. LOL Congratulations one or two they eat well all with or without. I was thinking the same a possible broken rack there's a lot of them right now and been seeing them also.

I like to have both sides and just might have to go buckless because of it this season unless it comes together for me yet?

Can't beat sticks though and that little feller he really says it all don't he. Fantastic to see Congrats again.

From: DantheMan
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congrats great buck

From: TGbow
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice buck! Way to go.

From: bfisherman11 Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice job and on public land as well. Getting a branched antlered buck on public is no small feat.

Bill

From: Bernie Bjorklund
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations, that's a fine buck! I like the way your grandson is dressed just like grandpa!

Bernie

From: SteveD Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Nov-17




Paul, well earned. I know how difficult in can hunting public in Wisc!!!!!!!!!! You have done well and get picture and your grandson.

From: arlone Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations on the buck and your hunting partner. That picture made my day. Love his "thumb up", way to go you two!

From: WildernessBuck
Date: 14-Nov-17




Way to go Paul,that is a beautiful buck and a fine looking young man as well. That is a great photo with the thumbs up! Congrats

From: Barber
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations

From: Tree
Date: 14-Nov-17




Congratulations on a fine buck and grandson

From: 1Longbow
Date: 14-Nov-17




Nice buck,congrats. What bow are you shooting there

From: Paul
Date: 14-Nov-17




For all who are interested, the bow is a Blacktail Columbian one piece longbow. It shoots 55 @ 30 in. And yes the buck has only a partial antler on the right side. Of course I would have liked him to have both and to be bigger but he is a good buck for me and will eat well and has made some wonderful family memories already. Thanks to all of you for your kind encouraging words!!!

From: Greyfox
Date: 14-Nov-17




Very nice.

From: Landshark Launcher
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congrats!!

From: Bushytail Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congratulations on a nice buck!

From: ga bowhunter
Date: 15-Nov-17




great pic and congrats on a nice buck

From: savage1
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congrats.

It's tough on most public lands.

From: Zepnut Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-Nov-17




way to go..Congratulations

From: CBergeman
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congrats Paul! Nice buck.

From: Rut-row
Date: 15-Nov-17




Awesome! Love those pics!

From: Clydebow
Date: 15-Nov-17




Nice, congrats!

From: Oly
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congrats on a great buck!

From: Tweed
Date: 15-Nov-17




Good job!

From: Threeundr
Date: 15-Nov-17




Very nice indeed. I love that pic. Just think, if you keep teaching that young man traditional archery, maybe someday he will be laying his bow on one that he killed! They sure grow up fast. Thanks for sharing.

-Leonard-

From: Riverwolf
Date: 15-Nov-17




Congratulations ...on a fine animal -pictures-memory-and the gift that fine animal has given ...

From: Jake
Date: 15-Nov-17




awesome

From: SB
Date: 15-Nov-17




Yeah...I don't care if they only have one side. I was just wondering if that was the case ,or the other was in the leaves and I couldn't see it! Nice deer regardless!

From: soap creek
Date: 15-Nov-17




Way to go grandpa. That young guy will always remember that. Oh and nice buck!

From: jwhitetail
Date: 16-Nov-17




That is a nice buck - extra special to share the experience and tradition with the your grandson! Congrats and great work! JW

From: Kwikdraw
Date: 16-Nov-17




Hard to top that Paul, stik bow buck on public land! Congrats, and cheers to a real hunter and his cute grandson! Wyatt

From: jerseyman
Date: 16-Nov-17




Congrats on a nice buck wonderful memory for you and your grandson.

From: badgerman Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 16-Nov-17




Great job Paul from a fellow Wisconsinite who also hunts on public land. You did very well getting a nice buck under these tough circumstances. Joel

From: Curlis
Date: 16-Nov-17




Well done! Great deer.





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