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A "double" this morning

 
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Old 03-10-2010, 10:50 PM
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A "double" this morning

Went out this morning to top up the ole "meatsickle" with some dog food and left over table scraps as there was nothing left of it. The yotes have turned nocturnal on me and have only been coming in at night. Went down along the bush line and stopped with pail in hand and gave a quick call on my "ruffi dawg" call. These two pop out of the willows at about 230 yds. I pop the first one and the second one gets confused and runs towards me. I give out a couple of barks and he puts on the brakes and stops broadside at 200 yds for just an instant allowing me to send another 88 gr berger pushed with 42.8 gr of H-414.

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Old 03-16-2010, 02:59 PM
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Re: A "double" this morning

Nice going! It is always arush to get doubles.
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