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Thread: Whirinaki blues........

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    Whirinaki blues........

    Hi guys, took 2 days annual leave and spent 4 days in the Whirinaki forest, i fired and missed a Red spiker about 6 weeks ago there, forum member Bill999 gave me some good advice that
    'Winter deer do not move around much'.....so back i went for the bugger!!!!!

    all three days i spent hunting, i saw a 'shit load' of fresh sign, but did not see a deer for the whole w'end.....oh well, theres always another trip.....

    pissed down the whole 4 days as well!!!!!!!.....man cave full of wet gear drying out right now......
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    Beats sitting around at home
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    What a bugger Scouser. I will have to arrange a time down there with you but probably not until November now.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Theres always next time mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    Beats sitting around at home
    Or being at work. What's it like in there Scouser ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BushHunter View Post
    Or being at work. What's it like in there Scouser ?
    Brilliant BH, like most bush its thick in places, but nice n open in others! theres a few 4 wheel drive forestry tracks to help you move in & out at pace, to get to where you want to hunt, helps with the leg aches!!!!!

    Sounds good Rushy!!!!!
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    Bugger! Keep at it, it'll happen!
    Yeah nah bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouser View Post
    Hi guys, took 2 days annual leave and spent 4 days in the Whirinaki forest, i fired and missed a Red spiker about 6 weeks ago there, forum member Bill999 gave me some good advice that
    'Winter deer do not move around much'.....so back i went for the bugger!!!!!

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    keep on it mate, the harder you work the luckier you'll be

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    PS iv been doing tons of walking in the katikati area lately and have seen jack shit, so its not just you mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill999 View Post
    PS iv been doing tons of walking in the katikati area lately and have seen jack shit, so its not just you mate
    Yeah cheers mate, i knew when i took this 'challenge' on it would not be easy, still love going out and getting 'off track' in the bush on my own........scary & character building at the same time!!!!!!
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