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This is a video summary of some of my hunting season as seen from my deer stand. There?s a lot of interesting deer behaviors that can be seen in this video and it illustrates the beauty and fun of observing nature from a deer stand. I hope you enjoy it.
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   LETUMGROW
beauxnarreaux, enjoyed your video with my coffee this morning! Great job
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Excellent video and very well put together, I watched the whole thing. A lot of seat time to get that much good video.
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Thank you guys for the kind compliments. There’s so much that happens quickly that I didn’t get to record but I’m thankful for the video I was able to get. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
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Excellent Video enjoyed it, Thanks for sharing
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   BlueShamu
Lots of nice looking 3.5-4.5 year olds in your herd. Good looking stuff. Should be some shooters in that bunch within the next couple of years.
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Enjoyed the video very much. Thanks for sharing with us....God Bless.
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   CCAguns
Very nice video - damned woodpeckers annoyed me most of the season! Where do you hunt? My woods were very wet most of the season. Glad to see others passing these beautiful, healthy, but not quite mature deer. Thanks for sharing!
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Natchez. I’m fortunate to have like minded neighbors and it allows us to select only the 4.5+ Year old deer. I take exceptional care of the habitat and the herd and the Lord has blessed the efforts tremendously. It’s a lot of fun and I’m glad you enjoyed watching.
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Had fun with this video! I really like this kind of exciting hunting activities. I watched the whole thing. Thank you for sharing this.

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Done watching! Nice video very interesting.
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   Luie Jane
My pals from Redmondorappliancerepair.com are very excited about the summer hunting...
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   edgardu
This is such a great blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with everyone. You are an inspiration.

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Nice! good capture, do you have more videos? Click
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   johnlead
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Wow! Great catch. Be careful, mate.

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   johnlead
This is such a great blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with everyone. You are an inspiration.

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   mark214
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These days, the two general seasons are archery season which runs from Oct. 1-Jan. 1 and firearms season, which runs from Nov. 15-30, right in the thick of the rut. federal way fence
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Hunting Seasons. All season dates on this page are effective for the current license year, which runs from September 1 to August 31. Internet Marketing Services
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   Shawnly
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   Janwil
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Wow. Interesting video. It's crazy to see this in action when a normal bystander like me would never notice this type of behavior from deer. I mean I've gone hunting once but wasn't very successful and it was my first time. But this actually taught me some maneuvering tactics to get deer in the right spot for hunting. I appreciate some feedback as well. From your friends at, Tree Removal Hartford
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   Jimhuang
Great season. It was one of the best. Thank you, my friends, Justin and Timmy
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   Janwil
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   Luie Jane
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I respect how responsible these hunters are. Some guys would take that shot and not even care that theres another deer behind it. Sometimes it’s just not meant to be, if you can’t get a good, clean, humane shot then it’s better to wait. Unless you’re just that amazing of a marksman and you really trust yourself Great video!
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   Leoreo
those damned woodpeckers irritated me for the majority of the season! Where do you go hunting? My woods were extremely damp for the majority of the season. It's nice to see other people going by these gorgeous, healthy, but not quite mature deers. Thank you for your contribution! | commercial drywall
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   Shawnly
What a great season! Good Job. commercial real estate cincinnati
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