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Oscar Williamson.. hunting in a thong.

mtmiller

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That sure is a nice goat. Thanks for sharing pictures of him on the hoof. I can't remember, was this the first year you chased him or had you been after him for awhile? If I remember correctly, you decoyed him. Is that how you have taken most of your goats?
 

AA

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Greenie, I dont know what to say
That is one messed up, crossbred,non typical,Arkansas ,3 teefed looking speedgoat.
I took the liberty to enlarged yor pic(I hope you dont mind) and this is what I got.Ya really have to watch them Iddyhoedian's, cuz I think they might be slippin into Montanny for breeding purposes.........What do ya think????

AA



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Greenhorn

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mtmiller, i saw him 1st in 2001, but shot him in 2002. The video is from July 02. Oscar saw him with me in August. He's the only buck I've taken with a decoy. Not the first I've shot at though...
 

ElkHntinMD

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LOL

I see the resemblance!! She was definately standing when he came out the womb! Puts a whole new twist on being dropped on his head at birth!
 

Greenhorn

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I was going to say ...that anybody who bothered opening this topic is definately a FAG!

Lostagain.. is there something you want to tell us about?
 

Oak

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Funny that Moosie wasn't questioning the fact that Greeny had a picture of him in a thong, but just wanted to see it.

Cool that you got pics of him on the hoof, Greenhorn.

Oak
 
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