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Record Quest: Whitetail and Mule Deer Hunting Along the Montana/Wyoming Line

Record Quest: Whitetail and Mule Deer Hunting Along the Montana/Wyoming Line

OL's Senior Editor John Taranto traveled to the Montana/Wyoming borderland for the unique opportunity to take a whitetail and mule deer in one hunt.
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from MazPower wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

Congrats on the great bucks John, looks like beautiful country up there too.

Ignore the trolling posers below, they aren't fooling anyone.

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from archer1986 wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

"running straight away at 50 yards and about to disappear into the thick stuff" Obviously I wasn't there, but the way this passage is written, it sounds like a questionable shot at best and possibly one that should have been passed. If not for the fence, this might have been a difficult recovery.

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from Travis Rosenberry wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I hope you didn't leave that lead filled heart for the scavengers. I am seeing more accounts in the literature of lead poisoned Bald Eagles and vultures. I have been shooting lead free for years and the deer and elk drop just fine.

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from MazPower wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

Congrats on the great bucks John, looks like beautiful country up there too.

Ignore the trolling posers below, they aren't fooling anyone.

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from archer1986 wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

"running straight away at 50 yards and about to disappear into the thick stuff" Obviously I wasn't there, but the way this passage is written, it sounds like a questionable shot at best and possibly one that should have been passed. If not for the fence, this might have been a difficult recovery.

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from Travis Rosenberry wrote 1 year 20 weeks ago

I hope you didn't leave that lead filled heart for the scavengers. I am seeing more accounts in the literature of lead poisoned Bald Eagles and vultures. I have been shooting lead free for years and the deer and elk drop just fine.

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