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Congratulations Ben of taking this fine Whitetail 10 Point buck and thanks for sharing your good bowhunting fortune. 

1. Bowhunter-Ben Rush Jr. 

2. Hometown-Starkville, Mississippi 

3. Date of Harvest-December 28, 2020

4.  Game Harvested-Whitetail Buck 

5. Area Harvested-Starkville, Mississippi 

6. Morning Hunt 

7. Distance of Shot-23 yards

8. Distance Deer traveled before recovery-30 yards

9. Number of Points-10 scorable points

10. Location of Wound-Heart shot 

11 Archery Gear Used-Mathews Halon 7, with a Easton 5mm FMJ arrow and a Swhacker Broadhead. 


Congratulations Ben of taking this fine Whitetail 10 Point buck and thanks for sharing your good bowhunting fortune. 

1. Bowhunter-Ben Rush Jr. 

2. Hometown-Starkville, Mississippi 

3. Date of Harvest-December 28, 2020

4.  Game Harvested-Whitetail Buck 

5. Area Harvested-Starkville, Mississippi 

6. Morning Hunt 

7. Distance of Shot-23 yards

8. Distance Deer traveled before recovery-30 yards

9. Number of Points-10 scorable points

10. Location of Wound-Heart shot 

11 Archery Gear Used-Mathews Halon 7, with a Easton 5mm FMJ arrow and a Swhacker Broadhead. 


Congratulations Ben of taking this fine Whitetail 10 Point buck and thanks for sharing your good bowhunting fortune. 

1. Bowhunter-Ben Rush Jr. 

2. Hometown-Starkville, Mississippi 

3. Date of Harvest-December 28, 2020

4.  Game Harvested-Whitetail Buck 

5. Area Harvested-Starkville, Mississippi 

6. Morning Hunt 

7. Distance of Shot-23 yards

8. Distance Deer traveled before recovery-30 yards

9. Number of Points-10 scorable points

10. Location of Wound-Heart shot 

11 Archery Gear Used-Mathews Halon 7, with a Easton 5mm FMJ arrow and a Swhacker Broadhead. 


My name is Chuck McGinty. I shot this buck the afternoon of November 13th on my property on the big black river close to Bentonia, MS. I was shooting a Mathews Z7, shwacker 2 blade broadhead. I shot the deer broadside at 26 yards, and he only ran 60 yards after the shot. He is a main frame 8 point, with 8-1/2" brow tines. I just had him officially scored and he grossed 130-1/2 and netted 126-1/2. I'm not sure what he weighed, but I weigh about 240 and I believe he was close to that weight as well.  


Joey Buchanan  MBA Life Member

Oxford, Ms

Harvest Nov 26 2017

5 x 6 whitetail main frame

Coahoma County, MS

17 yard shot

Double lung , 990 feet recovery

18” spread 6” bases 26” main beam

240lb live weight.  5.5 yrs old

165.5 green score

Homemade Recurve with Alaska Bowhunting Silver Flame XL head



My name is Scott Smith. I live in Nesbit, MS. On November 8th 2017 I took this nice Kansas 8 point. I made a 35 yard shot with my Mathews Halon 28in draw set at 70lbs with gold tip kinetic arrows tipped with a rage trypan. I made a double lung hit and the deer traveled only 50 yards. This is my first Kansas deer, he had a 20 inch inside spread and green scored 139 3/8 P&Y.


kent  breland :
Nice

about 4 years ago
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Dwayne_Ensign_Missouri 10 Point

This is a photo of Dwayne Ensign’s (MBA member,Pelahatchie, MS) rutting Missouri buck he shot last Thursday (November 10, 2016,) at 3:20 PM.  Dwayne shot him on the last day of a 5-day hunt, so he didn’t have the luxury taking daylight photos the next day.  He did get a few photos in front of truck lights.  Also included is a photo of where Dwaynes 10 point fell.  He was the biggest body buck Dwayne had ever taken.  Estimated weight was 270 lbs.

Also included below is a picture of coyotes that Dwayne  shot on his place in Rankin County, MS the morning we left for Missouri.

 


Dwayne_Ensign_Missouri 10 Point

This is a photo of Dwayne Ensign’s rutting Missouri buck he shot last Thursday (November 10, 2016,) at 3:20 PM.  Dwayne shot him on the last day of a 5-day hunt, so he didn’t have the luxury taking daylight photos the next day.  He did get a few photos in front of truck lights. 

Also included is a photo of where Dwayne’s 10 point fell.  He was the biggest body buck Dwaynehave ever taken.  Estimated weight was 270 lbs.

The coyotes were shot on Dwayne’s place in Rankin County the morning he left for Missouri.

 


Also included above is a picture of coyotes that Dwayne  Ensign shot on his place in Rankin County, MS the morning he left for Missouri.


Early Season Controlling the Deer Herd:

Image and Harvest Data submitted by Joe R. Bumgardner, M.D. (MBA Area Director from Starkville, MS)
This morning (10/11/2016) I welcomed the cool temperature (50 degrees) in North Mississippi (Starkville). I had previously located a tree that I placed a bright-eye for easy location in the dark. Thirty minutes before 1st light, I was 'settled-in' on my Treewalker climbling treestand (@ 28 feet high). Shortly after 1st light, I had an anterless deer at 25 yards but did not have enough light to be absolutely sure it was not a spike or button buck. The remaining morning was quite until ~9:30AM when a mature doe approached my stand and eventually presented a broadside shot. My 50# Mathews Monster Chill SD-X was 'up to the task at hand' and my Beman Hunter 500 arrow was right on for a 28 yard shot that found its mark for a double lung pass through shot (thanks to my 'razor' sharp Montec G5 100 grain broadhead). This mature doe made it only 45 yards from the point of impact until she was 'down for the count'! I heard her 'crash' but did not witness it because of the thick woods I was hunting. I was able to use my binoculars and saw good sign on my arrow on the ground and saw bright blood on the adjacent leaves at the point of impact. Following my usual 30 minute wait, I descended to the ground and was able to follow a generous blood trail to my 110 mature doe. Shortly thereafter, I was en-route to my preferred deer processor! A great early season bowhunt!

Joe R. Bumgardner, M.D., F.A.C.S.
8 Countryside Road
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662-323-1514
Mobile: 662-617-1514
E-mail: bowdoc1@bellsouth.net
E-mail: joebumgardner@icloud.com  


LEE  TAYLOR :
You can't put in any more deadly than that one! Congratulations!

about 5 years ago
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