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2018/07/07 11:29:35 (permalink)

doe tags

You can send for tags now.  sam
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    BeenThereDoneThat.
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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/07 11:57:38 (permalink)
    The check is in the mail.....

    Thanks Sam 🍻

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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/07 12:50:13 (permalink)
    Round one is off via snail mail. 

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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/08 19:23:23 (permalink)
    My sausage tag is in the mail.
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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/08 20:00:11 (permalink)
    That sounds like a bunch of "baloney" to me!! 😏

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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/09 03:19:27 (permalink)
    Sausage or Baloney or hot sticks.  lol
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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/09 09:50:43 (permalink)
    Big Tuna that all sounds yummy and from what I'm seeing in my little piece of Penn's Woods,  so far this year, I just may put some venison in my freezer this season.
     
    Living in Amish Country I know I shouldn't put der hores 'efore der cart... ya but I'm (cautiously) pleased to be seeing more deer, including a pair of fawns,  feeding in my fields this year.   I placed two field cams yesterday so I might know what might be lurking after dark, in my back yard.
     
    Here's to  a safe and successful hunt, for everyone persuing the elusive PA. White Tailed Deer, this coming season
     
    In the mean while and until such time that I "may" put venison baloney in my freezer (or somebody feels sorry for me), anybody have a recipe for 'Woodchuck Baloney'?
    post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2018/07/09 09:53:19

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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/17 12:07:17 (permalink)
    Note from CT---lol
    Every time I fill an occasional doe tag all I think about is next years twins and will I wonder where all the deer went if next year is a lean one.
    Butt- like my old deer hunting friend used to say-ya cant eat horns.
    And like I always replied - but ya cant cut all the trees for firewood and then look for shade either.
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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/19 19:49:08 (permalink)
    Yea I'm over worrying about what doe to shoot. Big one,little one. Every day I see a couple killed on the road. I always pick a big one. If the PGC is ok with giving out the ridiculous amount of tags,I'm not worried about putting one or two in the freezer. I bought a 6.5 Creedmoor for a reason.
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    Re: doe tags 2018/07/20 08:41:12 (permalink)
    r3g3
    Note from CT---lol
    Every time I fill an occasional doe tag all I think about is next years twins and will I wonder where all the deer went if next year is a lean one.
    Butt- like my old deer hunting friend used to say-ya cant eat horns.
    And like I always replied - but ya cant cut all the trees for firewood and then look for shade either.




     
    I hear what you're saying r3, my elusive PA. White Tailed Deer are just so danged cute, it really does have me thinking if I should pull the trigger.  So why do I sit in my highchair swinging my feet, swaying in the trees, in howling winds, at below freezing temperatures wondering if the tickle in the middle of my back, might be a deeer tick? 
     
    Then at the end of the season, with empty freezer (stupid fish) I think I'll forego next season, wasting money on doe tags along with other related hunting paraphernalia like arrows, bolts, ammo, upteen boxes of hand/footwarmers and cases of baloney and cheese lunchables.  Although, I do get a good buy on the lunchables at my local Amish 'dent & scratch' grocery/hardware/feedmill.
     
    Yet, come doe tag application due date, there I am at the mailbox patiently waiting the arrival of the local postman in order that I may hand deliver and assure my pink envelope will arrive at my county courthouse, without delay.
     
    Soooo why do I do what I do....      I have no clue!!
     
     
    Welllll that being said, I am excited to say I have been seeing some good things regarding the deer population in my little piece of Penn's Woods.  Just recently I placed two field cams in my back yard, hoping to capture pictures of the four adult does and four fawn along with a buck which at this time has three-up in velvet.  Priceless.... I might think, except the stupid bucks are "never" around during deer season, what's up with that?  Maybe I should get lunchables without garlic baloney?   umm, problem is, it never says anything on the label about "Garlic" in the baloney
     
    Anyways, without a doubt (or delay) I will be posting pictures in the coming days, provided that I can remember where in the hell I put the cameras.
     
    In the meantime, good times, tight lines and happy hunting.

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    Re: doe tags 2018/08/02 21:06:15 (permalink)
    1st round unsold this weekend.
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    Re: doe tags 2018/08/04 20:21:02 (permalink)
    CRAP.... I forgot and the mail lady done did pass by already. 
     
    On a lighter note, couldn't help but notice today,  the sign on the counter at my favorite sporting goods shop,  "Hunting License Unavailable".  Yep, my local Walmart still ain't up and running as far as hunting/fishing license is concerned. 
     
    Anyways, a thank-ya-kindly to Moses for takin the time to put up the reminder now if only somebody would have reminded me, to read the reminders.
     
    However.........  Things is lookin up.
     
     
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    Re: doe tags 2018/08/04 20:31:13 (permalink)
    Had to add these pics tooo..... they're just so damed cute.
     
     
     
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    Could use some help with this one though.  snapped the pic a little after 5:00 AM but can't quite tell what it is.
     
     
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    Re: doe tags 2018/08/04 21:07:36 (permalink)
    Great pictures. Does you amish neighbor have pigs.? Run your cam in video mode and you won’t have as many problems with mystery animals.

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    Re: doe tags 2018/08/04 22:16:40 (permalink)
    Thanks Mike. No pigs immediately around me but there is a "kind-of-a-piggery" down the road a mile.

    I have not returned to the area but will in a day or so, to check for other signs like rooting and skat. Won't be difficult finding that sign, if in deed. it is a hog.

    Definitely will switch one cam to vids. Thanks again.
    post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2018/08/04 22:36:15

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