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Discussion in 'Harvest Report' started by 203ntyp, Nov 10, 2018 at 4:50 PM.

  1. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    I managed to harvest a mature doe this evening that was being dogged by a small buck. Not much activity for the rut this year for some reason. Today was the last day of our 1st archery season, PA has dumb seasons!

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    Looks like a slob doe...congrats!!

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    nice job those coveralls are awesome what kind are they theyre like the old treebark
     
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    They do look like the old treebark camo but a different color technique. It is made by Ultimate Camo, I love this camo. I have the fleece set too. I've had deer walk right by me standing on the ground in the timber and not pick me up. I happened across it at a sportsman show the 1st year Andy rolled out (2006 I believe) this pattern that was just what I was looking for. He did a lot of research on how camo looked through a deer's vision. Here's the link (http://www.ultimatecamo.com) I'm actually in one of the deer harvest photos near the end of the slide show :)
     
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    Nice doe, congrats. I also like that camo pattern, gonna have to check into it.
     

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