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bambeklr

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Wow, I got the realtree monster bucks dvd the other day and on the volume 2 dvd span arrowed a 230 inch nontypical. At 10 yard from the ground!!! You all gotta see this. Anyone else see it. Finally there is sombody else that acts the way I do when I kill a big buck. This hunt was awesome. There is another 200 inch deer on the volume 1 also. I think it was a typical!!! Just amazing.


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They showed that on Realtree Roadtrips last night.
He was hunting on the ground in a patch of pines.

...and yes .... that was an awesome reaction!

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I think I saw this video last night. It was on the Outdoor channel. Man what a hunt. At first, you couldn't see the buck in the video but you could hear him coming. It sounded like he was grunting into the microphone. At first I thought the guy missed until the buck started to stagger. That's the type of situation every bow-hunter hopes for during bow season. WOW! 


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That hunt made a good argument bowhunting being humane.

That deer didn't even know he was hit until he fell over.

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I saw that last night as well. It was an awesome buck and to take that thing from the ground is quite an accomplishment. His reaction though was a little over the top. I mean the guy was almost crying over the fact that he killed a big deer. Now I've never killed a deer even close to the size of that one so I don't know how I'd react, but I can tell you that I wouldn't act like a little b!tch over it. I'm sure that these "TV hunters" have a lot of pressure on them to kill big deer so maybe that is why they get so crazy when they kill a big one. Sometimes their reactions seem a little staged to me, but that guy was definitely not faking it.

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 I mean the guy was almost crying over the fact that he killed a big deer.


If I ever take a deer that big in a similar manner, tears will flow.

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PLUS ONE AUGIE!





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Some people go their whole life and never even see a deer of that caliber let alone kill one. It is for some a lifelong pursuit, an unattainable goal that finally becomes reality. It is comparable to an athelete in China winning the gold medal, the MLB player winning the world series, an NFL player winning the superbowl.  Finally being able to touch what was always out of reach.  A 200 inch deer is my "ring", and if i ever get to touch mine, i'll probally cry like a little "bitch" myself. 

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I have a great deal of admiration for a person that acts that way when they take a deer like that.

for me anyway, they seem to understand what it's all about.

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 His reaction though was a little over the top. I mean the guy was almost crying over the fact that he killed a big deer. Now I've never killed a deer even close to the size of that one so I don't know how I'd react, but I can tell you that I wouldn't act like a little b!tch over it. I'm sure that these "TV hunters" have a lot of pressure on them to kill big deer so maybe that is why they get so crazy when they kill a big one. Sometimes their reactions seem a little staged to me, but that guy was definitely not faking it.

I saw the video about a week ago.  Awesome deer.
I had my moment in 89.
At 18 years old, I took a 209" deer in full velvet in November.
I have posted the pics and story several times here before.
I can tell you my, reaction was pretty much the same as his.
Back then you never heard the term, this buck was blah blah inches.
All we knew was it was a great accomplishment and a huge deer.
My father's reaction was pretty much the same, as he put me in that spot. 
If you take a deer of that caliber, and you lack emotion, you are in the wrong business.
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Some people go their whole life and never even see a deer of that caliber let alone kill one. It is for some a lifelong pursuit, an unattainable goal that finally becomes reality. It is comparable to an athelete in China winning the gold medal, the MLB player winning the world series, an NFL player winning the superbowl.  Finally being able to touch what was always out of reach.  A 200 inch deer is my "ring", and if i ever get to touch mine, i'll probally cry like a little "bitch" myself. 


I guess you guys look at hunting a little differently than me. To me shooting a deer is not an athletic competition, its not about the "trophy", or about putting so much pressure on yourself to kill a big buck that you cry when you finally do it. Hunting is about having a good time and getting to spend some quality time in the woods. Shooting a nice buck is just icing on the cake. I consider myself to be a pretty serious hunter and spend at least 30 full days a year hunting. Of course somebody will ask "well have you ever shot a 200 inch deer and if you haven't how do you know you wouldn't react that way?" The biggest buck I've ever shot was a 130" ten point and I was very excited about it, but there was definitely no crying involved. I guess I reserve my emotional breakdowns for some of the more serious things in life...birth, death, etc.
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I saw it last night.I can see getting excited.But no .


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 Never said it was an atheletic accopmlisment. I was comparing it to the level of emotion one may feel when finally attaining something that seemed so far out of reach.  To insinuate that I or anyone else for that matter is just a headhunter is testament to you not knowing me. The moments i spend in the woods are precious times that i cherish. A sunrise with the orange glow glistening off the river with the sound of canadas honking away are priceless.  Just because i prefer taking  big deer doesn't automaticly mean i can't smell the roses so to speak.  Believe me, i have had some life expirences the past few years that a few on here may know about that have made each and every moment spent in the woods "icing on the cake".     FF1

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Some people go their whole life and never even see a deer of that caliber let alone kill one. It is for some a lifelong pursuit, an unattainable goal that finally becomes reality. It is comparable to an athelete in China winning the gold medal, the MLB player winning the world series, an NFL player winning the superbowl.  Finally being able to touch what was always out of reach.  A 200 inch deer is my "ring", and if i ever get to touch mine, i'll probally cry like a little "bitch" myself. 


I guess you guys look at hunting a little differently than me. To me shooting a deer is not an athletic competition, its not about the "trophy", or about putting so much pressure on yourself to kill a big buck that you cry when you finally do it. Hunting is about having a good time and getting to spend some quality time in the woods. Shooting a nice buck is just icing on the cake. I consider myself to be a pretty serious hunter and spend at least 30 full days a year hunting. Of course somebody will ask "well have you ever shot a 200 inch deer and if you haven't how do you know you wouldn't react that way?" The biggest buck I've ever shot was a 130" ten point and I was very excited about it, but there was definitely no crying involved. I guess I reserve my emotional breakdowns for some of the more serious things in life...birth, death, etc.


It's not a "one, or the other" sort of thing.


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I watched that on REALTREE ROADTRIPS yesterday!!!!!I thought that it was soooooo awesome that I had to have TS go back and show me again I did not even see him take the shotThank goodness for TiVo!!!!If I EVER get the opportunity to kill a buck like that all I can say is LET THE TEARS ROLL!!!!!Hunting and being in the woods is awesome but to end a hunt with such a beautiful animal just makes it all worth it

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OK...I'm going to Wal Mart tomorrow in Easton and buying this. I have the vol #1. Two deer in vol #1 are crazy BIG. Cant wait to see it.


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How is the rest of the dvd?How many bow hunts are on it?Sounds like I might have to get it.

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How is the rest of the dvd?How many bow hunts are on it?Sounds like I might have to get it.

Good DVD and well worth the $10 IMO.

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I can tell you that when you have a camera over your shoulder, it is a completely different ball game.  Does not matter if it is a 130 or 230, emotions run high and it is extremely emotional when it comes together like that.  I would have wigged out too.  Good job on the hunters part.  If he had missed, he would have cried twice as hard.....been there done that!
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Very true!!! I think If I would have missed that buck I would have jumped on my whole quiver of arrows!! *lol*


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Now I got to watch it..

Last guy I saw cry after shooting a deer on film was, Alex Rutlidge when he shot Magic. Felt like slapping him with the pimp hand.

Come on crying??? Im with you LINK!

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