Public Land Hunting Success: Taking Down a Nanny Doe for the Freezer

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Whitetail Doe

  • muzzleloader
  • 90 lbs
  • public
    land type
  • 30
    distance (yards)
  • Justin's avatar

    Sure does. One step closer to trapping season to.

  • Ken's avatar

    Never pass on the first day of season what you’d be happy to have on the last.

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  • Brian's avatar

    I always go for a doe first, tastes a lot better, not as strong as an old buck, and i want meat for the freezer. Don't really care if I get a buck or not, I hunt for meat not trophies.

  • William's avatar

    Way go young lady

  • Kyle's avatar

    Does are my favorite! Good work!

  • Scott's avatar

    The ole smoke pole did the job! Luv muzzleloader season. Congrats

  • Teeg's avatar

    Amen. I passed a bunch of deer early in the short season last year that I would have taken on the final day and I ended up not filling my tag. High fives.

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  • Dave's avatar

    Nice , congratulations

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Kaitlin L

North Carolina

There was never a tradition of hunting and fishing in my family, but I grew up loving the outdoors. Over the years, I’ve taught myself how to hunt and trap on local game lands and how to fish local lakes, rivers, beaches, and marshes. Now, I’m working hard to learn more so I can chase my passion around the world.

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