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Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Trapper Delk, Nov 29, 2020.
Sorry to hear.
sorry for your loss. im glad you was able to experience 1 more good time and have another good story to remember
Had a cousin that always seen big bucks, back in the day when doe day was last day of season,. Back then if you shot people would come check on you it was midday and everyone had gone in to eat and he sees bunch of deer "bunch" shoots last one and it was a buck as it ran off it was huge he didn't go look instead run all the way to the house busted through the door and said everyone come help I shot a big one everyone looks at each other and busted out laughing. He got so mad he left to go find it his self then a buddy follow him to help expected to find a doe being it was doe day, they walked over the log road the way it went and there lay a 28pt nontypical he'd never admit it but we all knew he thought he was shooting a doe
When I was in high school took my best friend bow hunting. He had never hunted. He shot a buck. I came to his stand and I saw the deer. He had shot it in the back and I was just crawling around couldn’t get up. We didn’t have a knife but we had a piece of rope. We got big idea to put rope around it’s neck and tie to a tree so we could go get a knife and slit its throat and it couldn’t get away while we were gone. After we tied it up it start thrashing and pulling and ended up basically hanging itself because it was laying on a hillside. True story. Looking back I realize we were nuts. I can’t remember why we didn’t just put a couple more arrows in it. Like I said Nuts.
We need a pic of the deer now
Lol I knew someone would say that you think trapper can't back it up ... Give me little bit to find it
its hard to see all these smaller points but they there, this was when you took a picture and had it develop ... It was in Kentucky something magazine that year
And that's called bait and hook
DH, Sorry to hear about your friend
That story dominates! Have to read it every couple years. It tickles me every time.
Is the guy in the picture "bunches" lol and did you all hunt over that Beagle in the background?
.. he brought it to our house to show off,. That beagle was top of the line none better no deer running outta him ....
Prayers to him and his family.
Let’s all remember time is short, be kind and hug the kiddos.
Busted his floater.... Thats a story in itself.. My family were from Johns creek here in Floyd co. It was a large long creek that was there before Dewey Lake was impounded. My people hunted,fished and trapped it for as long as Kentucky had been a state. Well when they fished since it wasnt for fun but food they used gill nets, traps and dynamite.. Yes, dynamite. So when they would dynamite a big hole of water they'd quarter up a stick, fuse it and chunk a quarter stick into the hole. Whooom, a big giant bubble would roll up. Then a bunch of fish would turn belly up..
Papaw would yell "Get em' boys!, we busted thier floater!"
So when we say that it means dead right there. A bang flop shot etc.. That old boy blew his heart to pieces and he dropped right there. He busted his floater..