Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

heightman
 
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Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby heightman » Fri Oct 21, 2011 9:07 am

Hey everyone, I hope things are going well so far this season. As for me personally I have not seen a deer as of yet. I did draw on a coyote opening morning but could not get a clean shot at him.
There is one other bowhunter that hunts the same general area as me. He said that there is a group of 6 does running together thru the area. He had seen them several times durning his scouting trips right around dusk. Opening morning he had a doe present a perfect shot but let her pass. For 2 reason's the first was she had her two little one's with her and the second was he figured it was early enough in the season to hold off and wait for a lone doe.
I am wondering if anyone out there with a zone 10 permit would like to try their luck in the area I hunt. I hunt alone all my old hunting partners no longer have the time or the urge to hunt any longer. I myself did not get to purchase a permit when they went on sale so for me it's buck only. But if anyone wants to fill their tag I would gladly try and help you to do so. All I would want in return would be 2 or 3 steaks and maybe enough stew meat for a good stew. If I am the one to harvest a doe, otherwise I would expect nothing.
I am in the Lowell/Dracut area and hunt public land that was little hunting pressure. At least in the portion of land I hunt

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Re: Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby TheSpecialist » Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:14 pm

Do you shotgun or muzzloader hunt? I might be interested. You would get steaks and stew meat either way, thats how we always do it, my buddies and I share.

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Re: Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby heightman » Mon Oct 31, 2011 1:58 pm

I hunt all seasons. I will be using the Blackpowder during shotgun as well as primitive arms season's

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Re: Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby thule » Mon Oct 31, 2011 7:59 pm

Gentlemen,

Hope all is well. I'm in zone 10 sitting on 2 doe tags and 2 buck tags. As of yet they have not been filled. As we get into shot gun and primtive firearms I would love to join the team. Sharing is not an issue that how me and my buddies do it as well.
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heightman
 
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Re: Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby heightman » Sat Nov 05, 2011 6:11 pm

Good Evening Gentelman I am sorry that I have not responded to your post yet. My sister passed away earlier this week and I have been busy with family matters. I would realy like to touch base with you two and set something up for the gun seasons or even before then if either of you two bow hunt.
Don't have much info on how it looks in my area as I have not been out at all this week. And don't expect to be back out until at least Tuesday as my Sisters funeral is on Monday her services were delayed due to the fact that today is her daughters birthday. Her dad did not want her to have to go through laying her mom to rest on her birthday.
So hit me up with any suggestions on getting together for a hunt.

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Re: Zone 10 Anterless permit ?

Postby heightman » Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:48 pm

Gentleman If one of you two had contacted me about getting together to hunt. Your anterless permit would have been filled for you this morning. I had a doe at 20 feet. Although I could not shoot her I did slowly raise my gun and took aim at her just to test my skill at moving slowly. I got her in my sights 3 different times without getting busted was hoping she was being followed but no such luck.


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