This guy had a bad day

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Iceman35, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. Iceman35

    Iceman35 12 pointer

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    64DB73DB-1434-4CB8-A6CF-C66BF559B14C.jpeg E69E7014-DDE9-483D-98D8-B085BF4C3249.jpeg 3F33E8A0-1093-444E-80E5-C99B9F01CC72.jpeg Went today to pull my last stand and do some shed hunting. No sheds, but found this disaster. Looks to be a yearling judging by the size of the leg, and the parts and pieces I found down the creek.

    I’m guessing it didn’t starve to death before the coyotes got to it . Of course, found one less yote too.
     
  2. littlebear

    littlebear 12 pointer

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    Found one a few years ago like that. It had dug a big hole with its front legs trying to escape.
     
  3. Cornpile

    Cornpile 12 pointer

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    Not good,fences sometimes catches critters.
     
  4. That is a bad day,hell of a way to go
     
  5. kyhunter99

    kyhunter99 12 pointer

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    Probably in the kitchen Ky
    4 board fencing seems like the only thing that wont do that. Sucks to see that
     
  6. DH13

    DH13 12 pointer

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    Found a yearling Doe on my buddies farm last year hung up. She hadn't been there long. Reached into tractor tool box. Grabbed some fencing piers and cut the fence. She fell out. Laid a bit got up and ran off. But I have found them dead to.
     
  7. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

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    Found a button this year back leg taggled in an old fence, was fresh dead from the night before broke his neck flopping around.
     
  8. Iceman35

    Iceman35 12 pointer

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    That fence has been there probably 40 years. It caught the only loop within 10 feet either side of that spot where it could possibly have gotten caught. There’s also a spot about 15 yards up the hill where the top row is bent over and it’s probably 6-8 inches shorter. That’s where they hop it 9/10 of the time.
     

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