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Old January 22, 2013, 07:34 PM   #8
buck460XVR
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Thirty years ago, around here, it was common practice if you were unsure of your hit and the air was cold to leave a deer lay till morning. Especially if it was right before dark(as in bow hunting). Nowadays, between the 'yotes, wolves and bears, you best not let it lay for more than two hours or the hind quarters will already be gone and by morning all you have left is hair and bones.
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