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    • gigglemonk
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      I was out for more rabbits today. Four for the day! Two in the pic because I skinned two early in the day when it was pretty hot. I thought a pic of some skinned carcasses would be in poor taste.

      The low point was losing one down a hole. Ive never been able to take that to well.

      The highlight was stalking one from 100 yards, closing in to <15 yards undetected. I was busted during the draw and managed to get him on his first bound.

    • James Harvey
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      Mmm, rabbit stew for dinner? Rabbit hunting is some of the best fun you can have with a bow in my little opinion 😀

    • shaneharley
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      That’s great. Looks like you had a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing your adventures.

    • Goraidh
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      Looks like an excellent day. Wish we had some cottontails around here, but snowshoe hare isn’t too bad, and they’re certainly fun to hunt.

    • gigglemonk
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      Goraidh wrote: Looks like an excellent day. Wish we had some cottontails around here, but snowshoe hare isn’t too bad, and they’re certainly fun to hunt.

      Do snowshoes taste similar to jacks?

    • archer38
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      YES ! THEY DO !!

      On another note, what is that quiver made of ? It almost looks like a spotted fawn !

    • gigglemonk
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      archer38 wrote: YES ! THEY DO !!

      On another note, what is that quiver made of ? It almost looks like a spotted fawn !

      I really want to get a snowshoe hare one day! The jacks around here are, to me, one of the finest archery trophies available.

      The quiver is axis deer. A friend shot one on a canned hunt in Texas and I tanned the hide for him. He gave me half of it.

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