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I'll let the pictures speak for themselves but I'm going to keep "keywords" out of the post so it doesn't pop up in a google search. Also Jon thank you again for the help and capping this animal out for me. He is now at Chads for taxidermy. But I will fill you in on how the kill went. 2pm I decided to climb down out of my saddle, as I was packing up all my gear, I had a gut feeling to look back in the marsh. What would you know, here comes this stag. I grab my muzzleloader, he stopped at about 50 yards, I shot, he ran 10 yards then stood there for about 30 seconds and fell over. He field dressed at 235lbs, was estimated to weigh around 320lbs.

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You had the lucky new guy horseshoe up your butt. It was a pleasure helping you get it out and cleaned up.

My butt is still sore. Hardest hunt of most people's life! You put in the effort and it paid off. Just gets harder as the hunt goes on. Congrats again. I put in 48 miles!!!

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48 miles is crazy. After scout day and opening morning I think my ONX logged 18 miles and only two of those miles were riding a bike because my butt was too sore to ride. lmfao.
 

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Been a goodin' next year. Congrats. Aint it time to go chase the north American version in December?

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A gar is gonna gar. lol I actually went on an elk hunt back at the beginning of November. Unfortunately we had to cut the hunt short due to the major snow storm that was coming in. It would have been way to dangerous to pack an elk out or even pack camp out after that snow storm.
 

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Ok. I knew you were going this season. Sucks having to cut it short. But you made up for it here

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It happens, it was still nice to make it out there. I might take off a season from elk hunting and try to go on a midwest hunt next year. I have yet to try and hunt whitetails in the midwest and I'm starting to create that itch to go.
 

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Ive always wanted to hunt Kansas. Even though its not what it used to be i might still go.

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I'll probably go to Missouri first just because their tags are cheap and they have a lot of public. If I happen to tag out with time still left to hunt, I might drive over to Indiana to hunt with my sister. But I'll probably be taking off about 16-20 days next year to hunt the midwest.
 
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