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    Hunting with my gsp and muzzleloader

    Been up the Victorian high country for a few days with my brother and a mate. Saw around 80 deer all up which is very good for there, bucks just starting to croak.
    My gsp Ellie pointed this doe at 50m and i managed to drop it on the spot with my muzzy. Ended up missing a buck which was a shame, but thats hunting. Our mate took a young sambar stag which he was chuffed about.

    All in all a great time away, very impressed with the improvements my gsp is making.

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    White doe at 35m
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    Some beautiful country
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    Young forkhorn holding a few does.
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    Nice photos, cheers for posting !

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    Looks a Crackin place well done with the gsp

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    Stunning photos, and your gsp looks well impressed

    Would be interested to hear more about the muzzleloader, as it's not something we get to hear a lot about.
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    Attachment 54855Ya got to love them gsp's buddy, lovely photos of lovely countryside thanks for sharing
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    Nice photos, stunning scenery. If you can't find anything with a GSP, then there'e nothing there !

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    Sounds like a great hunt, congrats!

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    very nice pictures and well done. I have a soft spot for muzzle loaders.

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