Ky doe

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by dogbuster0006, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. dogbuster0006

    dogbuster0006 Well-Known Member

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    Dad got this nice fat doe on our farm had to call and send pics to rub my nose in it thought I'd share with you guys... He loves to remind me we bought a farm and I had to pcs to AK...lol
     

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  2. midwesthunter

    midwesthunter Well-Known Member

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    Nice
     

  3. getupatree

    getupatree New Member

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    Congrats. Here in Western KY it's been a tough season. Got my eater like your dad did but no big horns to even look at.
     
  4. kytrapper

    kytrapper Well-Known Member

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    lets just make this the hard hunting in the Bluegrass thread... Central Kentucky..reporting.... rough hunting as well!!! Dog enjoy the fer north!!!
     
  5. Benjaminmorse

    Benjaminmorse New Member

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    I am looking to go to KY this early bow season in sept. any help on public land I can see some deer? The terrain can be step woods or crop fields I like them all. I am looking for a velvet whitetail
     
  6. backyardsniper

    backyardsniper Well-Known Member

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    I live in west ky around the paducah area. Do a lot of hunting around here. I have some pretty good dope on LBL and a few other not very well known public hunting areas. Where you gonna be coming from. I might be able to point you in the right direction
     
  7. Benjaminmorse

    Benjaminmorse New Member

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    I would be coming from vermont looking for early season bow.
     
  8. dogbuster0006

    dogbuster0006 Well-Known Member

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    The WMA in ky can provide lots of deer in a short amount of time. Lots of people who hunt Taylorsville are successful. The wma in central and western ky get some heavy hunting pressure during rifle season but, early bow season should be plenty of spots. I'm only aware of special regs for quota hunts, other than that you should be fine to bowhunt any place you want. Only equipment regs I'm tracking are 7/8" min dia on your broad heads, the ky reg book is easy to read and understand and in some area you can shoot the heck out of does too. Thanks for the responses guys, dad was tickled pink when I showed him the story. Shoot straight and happy hunting