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  1. cohofishing


    Anyone else driving to Colorado this weekend for the archery season? I will be leaving early Thursday morning for a twelve day solo backpacking hunt. Can't wait. Good luck to anyone else driving up there with a tag. Brent
  2. ChowDog

    Crazy Buck!!

    (sad, graphic story to follow) I'm going to start off by saying what a fun/ crazy day this was, My Fiance and i decided to hunt off horseback today. crazy right? especially archery. i figured to carry my bow, and pack on my horse, be able to get off and put a stalk on something would be a WORKOUT. but i was wrong. about an hour into this adventure riding threw some flats, i just happen to glance over to see a deer bedded under a tree. pulled up my binoculars and saw it was for sure a buck. So i stepped off my horse, walked over about 20 yards and ranged him at 50 yards facing to me still bedded down. i put my pin right at the base of the neck and let it go. well of course the horses jumped, (keep in mind these are Rodeo horses NOT hunting horses) lol. so the buck started to get up right as the arrow got to him and and that's when the horrible part of the day started. the arrow impacted low in the stomach. i gave him about 20 min to find a spot to bed down, and knew it would take days to die if i left him alone so i went after him very slowly and 10 min later i found him standing at 40 yards behind a tree. I drew back as he started to walk into the clearing and let it go, well he turned right, and my arrow hit right behind the shoulder and passed threw the front of him, i probably hit something really good because right away there was good blood EVERYWHERE. gave him another 15 min, then slowly followed the blood trail to walk 10 yards from him bedded up, staring at me then got to his feet, walked out 20 yards and i put an arrow threw both lungs, i accidentally aimed a little high cause i thought he was farther. then he circled around and ran right at me and piled up under a tree 6 yards away. but that's not it. he picked his head up and stared at me for a good 5 minutes and id had enough. i sank ONE more arrow into his heart and shortly after he kicked out. NOW its over. once i drag him out of the tree, i realize he is missing about 8" of his left rear leg, which caused him to not grow a whole lot of antler on his right side! apparently this buck was not meant to die yet!! but let me tell you, having horses to drag this guy a mile and a half was definitely a blessing!
  3. http://www.coueswhitetail.com/forums/topic/50623-2013-tlo-mule-deer-season-pics/ See these great bucks and a dozen more!!!! Follow the link to our Blog page and see all the hunts we were blessed to be a part of during our 2013 Mule Deer Season! http://www.coueswhitetail.com/forums/topic/50623-2013-tlo-mule-deer-season-pics/ Thank you for looking, I hope you enjoy the pictures. Lance
  4. cohofishing

    Deer hunting is done for 2014

    Found this buck on December 30th and tried to fill the 2013 tag. Came close a couple of times but couldn't get it done. Did a little better today and closed out the 2014 season on the first day out with a 48 yard shot on this good looking 4x3. Guess I can now focus on my pig tag and spring bear tag. Brent
  5. Tines

    Thank you Bud and Gavin

    Thanks again to Wellers for their fantastic work and exceptional turn-a-round! Gavin had his work cut out for him as this old buck had quite a bit of scars throughout his hide (you can see a couple across his face). It goes without saying that I couldn't be happier. My wife even commented about how beautiful it turned out. Which is great because she was nervous about me taking up some more of her wall space. And a big thanks to her, as well. He also makes a great book-end to my 2009 buck that Wellers did. So the question lies in this: Which would you rather shoot. A 127" Coues deer with a rifle or a 170" desert Muley with your bow?? Is that even a question? Haha! I'm still a sucker for the Coues deer so even though I'm EXTREMELY greatful for my archery Muley, nothing beats a beast of a Coues deer in my book.... Enjoy