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About creed_az_88

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  • Birthday 11/21/1988

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  1. creed_az_88

    Wounding bulls

    I dont think so.
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    Archery goat 2019

    Thanks guys. I'll consider it. Not a huge fan of record books. Especially not a huge fan of the way antelope are scored. But I do believe that exceptional animals should be recognized.
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    2019 Coues Video

    I look forward to your videos every year. And I agree. Coues are best. How has the peak rut dates changed in your areas over the last few years?
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    Archery goat 2019

    Yup. Got lucky to turn one up.
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    Archery goat 2019

    I hope to be back some day! Thanks man, archery hunting coues deer definitely made the hard way alot easier.
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    Unit 10 my beautiful blessing

    Awesome Ernesto. I've always enjoyed seeing your coues success. Glad to see you keep the success going on another one of Arizona's great species.
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    Archery goat 2019

    Thanks Craig!
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    Blessed NM Pronghorn Trip

    Awesome buck. Congratulations. Very cool.
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    Archery goat 2019

    Thanks again guys.
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    Archery goat 2019

    Yes it was 😁
  11. creed_az_88

    Archery goat 2019

    Thanks everybody. Definitely got lucky. I haven't quite smiling yet.
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    Put it all together

    Gotta love big velvet bucks. Congrats.
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    Archery goat 2019

    I'll keep it short and sweet. Turns out, it was actually worth the decade long wait for a tag. I had a blast. Got to spend some quality time with my brother which is too rare these days. Almost killed a really good buck the first afternoon. Got to 45 yards from his does but he decided to run off a smaller buck and not come back for hours so I crawled back out and left the does bedded. Turned out to be a good thing because the second day I found my target buck and was able to slip an arrow in him. I was able to creep into 160 yards unnoticed and then spent the following four hours stuck laying on the ground covered in stickers and trying not to melt. They eventually gave me an opportunity to get to 70 and I made the most of the oppurtunity. I didn't get to see him fall but my brother Cole got to watch him flip just out of my sight. He was with 3 does back in a shallow canyon that isn't visible from any roads. He was 3.6 miles as a crow flies from where I first found him in July. He's beyond what I could have ever asked for. I shot him in the that unit that I'm hearing doesn't grow big bucks anymore so I got pretty lucky. I got the very last tag so it must have been meant to be. I feel like I shorted myself only hunting two days but I couldn't pass this buck. Not in a million years could I have passed this buck. Thanks for reading. Creed.
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    My 2019 Opening Day Buck

    Love it! You've really got it dialed in on that blind hunting for velvet bucks.
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    Never thought i would turn this tag back in

    I imagine he spends time in 10 also, he was right on the border.
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