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    My son took his first buck this weekend.



    Heavy deer we did not weigh him.

    This is one of those bucks we planned to cull.His left side had been broken off.It appears to have been shot but we are uncertain.He would have been 8 pointer.My son took him down with a double lung shot with my .308,74 yards.He left a huge blood trail for us to find.
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    Nice deer. Just remember, you can't eat antlers anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deputyvaughn View Post
    Nice deer. Just remember, you can't eat antlers anyway.

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    So very true,he is learning how to cull now.
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    FANTASTIC!!!!

    Congrats to your son.

    Dad's teaching him right.

    Are you making any good old jerky???
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamfire51 View Post
    FANTASTIC!!!!

    Congrats to your son.

    Dad's teaching him right.

    Are you making any good old jerky???
    Backstraps,tenderloins,and the rest is all stew meat.My buck ended up as pan sausage,backstraps,tenderloins.

    Made jerky last year and was not pleased the way it turned out.Now the dried sausage is wonderful.I still have a bunch left over from last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKTexas View Post
    Backstraps,tenderloins,and the rest is all stew meat.My buck ended up as pan sausage,backstraps,tenderloins.

    Made jerky last year and was not pleased the way it turned out.Now the dried sausage is wonderful.I still have a bunch left over from last year.
    My UPS driver gave me a ham last week.
    I broke out the dehydrator and will be soaking the strips overnight.
    Lemon pepper, teriyaki, both loaded with black pepper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamfire51 View Post
    My UPS driver gave me a ham last week.
    I broke out the dehydrator and will be soaking the strips overnight.
    Lemon pepper, teriyaki, both loaded with black pepper.
    Nice guy,did you tip him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKTexas View Post
    Nice guy,did you tip him?
    Yeah, I told him to bring more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slamfire51 View Post
    Yeah, I told him to bring more.
    Good guy!
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    Good job!
    Very cool. Im sure you are proud my friend, I cant wait for that day myself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKTexas View Post
    Backstraps,tenderloins,and the rest is all stew meat.My buck ended up as pan sausage,backstraps,tenderloins.

    Made jerky last year and was not pleased the way it turned out.Now the dried sausage is wonderful.I still have a bunch left over from last year.
    Is the dried sausage similar to summer sausage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ubersoldate View Post
    Good job!
    Very cool. Im sure you are proud my friend, I cant wait for that day myself!
    I was waiting on that day since before he was born...Very proud,I'm always proud of what he does but that day I have never been as much.I told him we celebrate the kill by thanking the animal and eating another.We ate barbecue for dinner.

    Quote Originally Posted by slamfire51 View Post
    Is the dried sausage similar to summer sausage?
    Not quite,more like jerky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKTexas View Post
    I was waiting on that day since before he was born...Very proud,I'm always proud of what he does but that day I have never been as much.I told him we celebrate the kill by thanking the animal and eating another.We ate barbecue for dinner.



    Not quite,more like jerky.
    Sounds delicious.
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    What an accomplishment for that young man. The fact he is out hunting with his dad is the best feeling. Buck looks to have ate well this year.

    Congrads to your son!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns Network Staff View Post
    What an accomplishment for that young man. The fact he is out hunting with his dad is the best feeling. Buck looks to have ate well this year.

    Congrads to your son!

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    When we found the deer I puffed out my chest like a proud papa.It was a great experience for him and me.He is ready for next year already.
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    great first deer congrats my son is 9months right now cant wait.

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    Congrats to your son for his frist deer! And Congrats to you for getting him out in the woods and teaching him to hunt!

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    Nice done, congratulation to you and your son. Its really a proud able achievement for your son. Encourage him and trained him for future.

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    congrats !

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