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Old October 11, 2012, 09:55 PM   #20
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Join Date: March 11, 2010
Location: South East Pa.
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I shot a doe in the Pennsylvania late Special Regs area last year. I saw it was limping, but never imagined it was hit that bad. It was raining and I managed to get in a position where I could shoot safely, so I was watching her for quite a while. It looked as if somebody in a tree stand shot down through the front shoulder from behind with a shotgun. The upper part of the leg bone and part of the shoulder bone was shattered and sticking through the skin. I was lucky that the wound had not gotten infected because it appeared that it was like that for a while. This deer was feeding all the time I was trying to get up on it. That was one hard hit deer but NOBODY was going to track it. It could have been 7 miles from where it was hit. I was just glad I killed it.
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