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Old October 16, 2012, 01:12 AM   #26
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I started a log, about age 25 or so. I could remember back to catch up, and have kept up the score card ever since. I also have kept a deer diary of sorts, though not every day of every season is in it. But kills, big deer, special circumstances are mostly written up.

So....I can give a score, date, describe deer, etc. Can also break it down into rifle, muzzleloader and bow. The bow data is kinda detailed. Distance of shot, the hit, dx tracked, the tackle info.

Thirty years later, the dx of bow kills has not changed, average shot, 14.5 yds. Most do not go more than 75 yds., many less than that.

I've done about the same thing with turkeys, but I only shotgun them.
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