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Sunday morning was probably my last look out for a doe as like most I don’t relish killing next years crop before it’s born . .stalked into a group of does sat up a hedge out the wind  and settled on a youngster in the middle . Got to within 60 yards and had to shuffle out in the snow a bit to get the shot with another youngster in full veiw . . At the shot through the neck the other two were  up and gone in a flash  . Drag was easy on the snow for a change . 

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Two more I had when down with Matt Saturday afternoon . Shot against a nice rising bank .Both culls as it turned out ,, pair of followers no weight to them at all . Cheers mate . 

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You did me a favour there bud, scrappy little things weren’t they. Suprised they made it through the winter. I’ll be the pair together don’t make 25lb.

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very nice mate

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The snow makes it looks like a murders been committed with all the blood :laugh:

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