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    2017 Mule Deer Success Thread

    You know what to do! I have seen some social media posts and I know a few of you are getting it done!


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    There has been some real slammers taken. I love this thread every year. I hope to post some here this year too but won't be till November.
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    I am leaving on Sept. 1st for a solo MZL deer hunt in Colorado. That will put me off the grid for a while, but hope that I can contribute when I get back.

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    I haven't hunted much in the past 10 years. Kids sports and Nebraska football season tickets ate up much of my fall. And coached middle school football with my brother for a few years.

    Youngest daughter is a senior this year...her last year playing HS softball. Season runs through mid October, they are the defending state champions, and it's already shaping up to be a great year. I will certainly miss watching her play (already miss watching her older sister play...she graduated last spring).

    I'm in the early stages of planning a Muley hunt for fall 2018...can't wait! Picked up new nocs last fall, replacing my 20+ year old Cabela's boots this fall, and hopefully getting an Outdoorsman tripod. Everything else should be good to go. I will again chase Mule deer in Nebraska's sandhills for rifle season. Turning 50 next month. Good times!

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    That's exciting! I turned 50 last October. I think the older we get the better it gets. Why? because we are defying the odds. I live in southern California where there is limited access and heavy pressure from hikers and bikers to fellow hunters and horse riders. I love strapping on the pack and getting 5-10 miles up away from everyone. I tell myself each year that I didn't remember my Dad and grandparents climbing the hills at My age. As each season passes you really appreciate the time in the field a lot more. Good luck to you!!

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    OK I'll start it off here is my 81-year-old dad's muzzleloading deer he can't walk too far but he still Gets out there.
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    I hope I can still hunt at 81! Congrats to your father.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roamer View Post
    OK I'll start it off here is my 81-year-old dad's muzzleloading deer he can't walk too far but he still Gets out there.
    I'm only 5 years behind him!
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    That's great! I hope I'm still going at 81.

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    Roemer, thats great! I get to take my grandparents hunting this year for deer and elk later. I am expecting a really fun trip. If they are successful it will just make it so much better. Congratulations to your dad.

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