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    took a mate for his first stalk

    took a mate for his first stalk (morning and evening). left home at 05.15 hrs, stopped at services for quick coffee and crap, met at the estate at 06.00 hrs. i went unacompanied, he was guided by the stalker there. i got a good sized doe and her nipper with the .308, shot at 06.50 hrs(the doe was shot heart and lung at 150 yards, the youngster was taken at about 30 yards as it stood and looked at me). my mate got a doe off the sticks and then was taken to find a munty which he also took from the sticks with the 25-06. in the evening he shot another munty buck from a seat - not bad for a first timer, no wonder he's smiling.

    another success story from the R93 fan club


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    gary nice write up and piccies good of you to take him out
    why is he disguised is he on the run or summit
    if your going to westcountry game fair let me know
    i will have one of those large carcass trays off you as well
    regards pete .

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    Nice one lads

    jonathon

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    Good one Gary, what a brilliant start for your mate.


    Chris

    PS: Good to meet you at Stones Deer Dog Day & thanks for the carcass box, spot on.

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    1 stalk

    well done both. andy

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