Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Iggy, Sep 19, 2017.
bloody well done mate
Well done Iggy,the first of many more to come I'm sure.
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Well done Iggy. Looking at the way that skin is coming off, you've done that before.
Awesome Iggy, the first one has special value......:thumbsup:
Well done that lady!
From what i have been told Richard a great guy and really helpful with new hunters. Seen some beautiful animals driving past there as my mate lives down the road from that property.
Congrats on your first deer & sounds like you earned it!
Well done Iggy, though I'm not too sure on the 'couldn't stop smiling' line.
**Insert maniacal laughing here** lol
Go Girl ... !!! [MENTION=7561]Iggy[/MENTION], one of the best ways of getting hardened for carrying out animals is to do some hill walking with a pack ... not the 38kg pack of a SAS yomp, but a goodly weight ... it is the back and legs which do the work ... wishing you many more hunting experiences ... look forward to reading of more of your hunting expeditions ... fantastic ...
Excellent you will never get your first deer again but I am sure you will get many more, keep it up it will get easier as time goes on.
Maybe its time to volunteer to be pack horse for someone
well done took me years to get my first one :thumbsup:
Congrats!!! Top effort using the whole animal too.
whereabouts were you, looks like nice open hills.
Ok private land near silver dale
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