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3 Most Important Lessons Learned From Shots On 100 Does

by Bill Winke   |  April 24th, 2012 6

Bill Winke shares with us the three most important bow lessons he learned from a doe culling effort that was needed during the early years of his farm.

  • John ODonnell

    Bill Winke is spot on. Shooting does teaches you so much. A wary mature doe with her brood is hands down the toughest kill in the woods. She is aware of everything around her and you have to be perfect `to beat her eyes ears and nose. That also includes the senses of her fawns.

  • Greg

    I guess you need to hide behind sister Theresa to make these comments. Real tough Sis…

  • tradionalhunter

    Sister Theresa, your an idiot!

  • are you for real

    You are an idiot!

  • Trollolol

    It's ask about antler, cause it's so tasty! Not that heard health based ok what your land can sustain is important. If you look at the bucks that Bill has killed, it nullifies your argument sista. Although I am jealous of your world-record spike…

  • doeslayer

    I hunt does because there is usually more around the old doe is tougher meat and tougher to kill a yearling is tender n tasty. I think you all forget why we hunt…..for food!!

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