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    I spotted some nice bucks in this bowl this summer and had a day off to check it out, Garett and Cadman were with me. About 1/4 of the way up to the bowl this guy was walking in front of us and when I blew the call he came lookin for love, Garett was face to face with him and took him with a .270 win barnes 130 TSX
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    Yeah, that's a Nice Buck there Combos, Congrats to Garett,

    Called him back with a Doe Grunt (?) or ....?

    Nice Job, Good time of year to be out there, eh?
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    Cool buck.

    Not what I'd expect for Kodi hunting garb.

    Got a chance to hunt in both Xtra Tuffs and Mucks the weekend. The Mucks kick Xtra Tuff ass hands down.

    Mucks have a stiffer sole and knobby tread. Gets way better side hill bite and traction coming down the slippery slopes.

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    that's a beauty of a buck, looks like a heavy fellow. Congrats.... Man I want to get down there to bag a few deer. I miss deer hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakrain View Post
    Yeah, that's a Nice Buck there Combos, Congrats to Garett,

    Called him back with a Doe Grunt (?) or ....?

    Nice Job, Good time of year to be out there, eh?
    I recieve the call as a gift from Cabelas tv crew, they got some nice footage of blacktails coming to this call, it is a tube, HS true talker. I pushed down on the reed to make it squeal? vs blowing to make it grunt. I think if we just got his attention with anything he would have come to check us out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    I recieve the call as a gift from Cabelas tv crew, they got some nice footage of blacktails coming to this call, it is a tube, HS true talker. I pushed down on the reed to make it squeal? vs blowing to make it grunt. I think if we just got his attention with anything he would have come to check us out.
    Very nice post combo. I can't wait to get back to Kodiak for some nuntin' and fishin'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L. G. View Post
    Cool buck.

    Not what I'd expect for Kodi hunting garb.

    Got a chance to hunt in both Xtra Tuffs and Mucks the weekend. The Mucks kick Xtra Tuff ass hands down.

    Mucks have a stiffer sole and knobby tread. Gets way better side hill bite and traction coming down the slippery slopes.
    how are the mucks on a wet deck? I go to REI and buy a pair of super feet and insert them into my extra tuffs.
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    diggin' the tatts on that dude!
    need to get down your way jeff, i spend plenty of time looking at ya. need to come down for a goat someday. the geese were in up where i'm at, once the ice melted back off. no salmon ran though...bear hunting was tough.
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    Man that us a dandy buck right there good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    diggin' the tatts on that dude!
    need to get down your way jeff, i spend plenty of time looking at ya. need to come down for a goat someday. the geese were in up where i'm at, once the ice melted back off. no salmon ran though...bear hunting was tough.
    Lots O bear on the outside of the area you hunt, you would have to hump it or raft out, several whales washed up.
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