Mule Deer Success Thread!

Caseyu

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Aug 27, 2012
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Nv 2015 archery. Long tough hunt. 30 yards quartering away. He made it 50 yards.



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tdcour

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Great shot placement for quartering away by the way! Another plus is that you didn't have to search for your arrow too hard. Sweet buck
 
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West & East ND
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Dad and I got our bucks in ND. Not the biggest bucks we saw but I couldn't miss anymore school, so I took a decent little buck that gave me an easy 100 yard shot. I was following a 170+ class buck for a couple hours but he never presented me a shot other than his ass end so that was a no go.
 

Shane13

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My son killed an old buck the day after Thanksgiving here in Texas along the Canadian River breaks in the Panhandle. Not huge, but it was Zach's biggest to date. 139" old buck past his prime. Teeth almost worn out.

 

ScatteredBrains

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Has anyone else seen this on Kickstarter? It's called the Honey Badger Wheel. This is going to help us make this thread longer and filled with more muleys. Maybe...

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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/enijeo/honey-badger-wheel-is-the-all-terrain-mechanical-a

I'm going to use it this summer in 66 for my legend I've been chasing for three years. I know right where he is and this is the only way I'm going to be able to get him out of there. I can't think of a better way to get him back to my truck without having to drag him and I can pack it in on my back like a pack wheel. Apparently it is very lightweight. And it works for loading the deer on top as well.

[video=vimeo;157849764]https://vimeo.com/157849764[/video]

What do you guys think? I'm seeing good things about it, but I've always been slow to use new products. I think it will really help me elk hunting and deer hunting.
 

go_deep

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Who the heck is going to push that big wheeled thing around? Your arms would fall off with the amount of effort you'd have rolling that thing around.
 

Gr8bawana

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The effort it would take just to keep that thing upright with even 100lbs would be terrible not to mention lifting it over deadfalls or trying to push it uphill.
It might be ok to use like in the pic pushing your small kid down the sidewalk.
 

laxwyo

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Did you guys watch the video? To me, it looks like it would require little effort to push a load in it. I'm guessing he's going for the game cart crowd because I'm not sure it would go many more places than a game cart . I think it could navigate a slightly more rugged path.


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go_deep

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Did you guys watch the video? To me, it looks like it would require little effort to push a load in it. I'm guessing he's going for the game cart crowd because I'm not sure it would go many more places than a game cart . I think it could navigate a slightly more rugged path.


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You in on this Lax Wyo? How much equity you own in this?
Lol, kidding!