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Re: I would give my left nut for a stag......... + update
Reply #15 - Jul 7th, 2013 at 3:26am
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Just read this, hell it's a minibook  Smiley great writeup from a different perspective to most on here. Hope your health continues to improve and you can get out into the scrub frequently, with ongoing success.  Smiley
  

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Reply #16 - Jul 10th, 2013 at 9:14am
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Great story Deadeyez.  Good luck with your ongoing health. Wink
  

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Re: I would give my left nut for a stag......... + update
Reply #17 - Aug 6th, 2013 at 8:36pm
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Good work mate, I met you and had a yarn at the stream below your camp in you're story. Good work on slaying the spiker too. We got close down the other end a few times (very close) but wind was battling against us. Found a couple of lazy hinds in the river bed though a couple of days aftter I talked to you. So the walk out was indeed a steep gut buster!! Cheers
  
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