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Nice looking buck. What'd you get him with?
 

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If it's anything like Michigan - the answer is probably "Jeep"
So that's what they mean by the "drive" method?. :giggle:

Funny thing is that Ohio also has a ton of deer, and a lot of related crashes. Yet I hit my 1st deer in Michigan... with a brand new truck. Still had temp tags on it.
Fortunately I saw it coming and was able to swerve to the shoulder. I still clipped it, but it wasn't a solid hit and the truck wasn't hurt. The Cadi beside me on the other hand ate that deer. And then I could see the pile up happening in my mirror as people were serving all over the place to avoid the smashed car and those that crash trying to avoid it.
What a mess, that's why you don't tailgate. Anyway, MSP came out and said that if I had no damage I could leave. I made haste as the crowd of mangled cars behind us waited to talk to him. I never did find out how many were actually involved, but that's my deer story. And it happened in MI of all places.
 

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So that's what they mean by the "drive" method?. :giggle:

Funny thing is that Ohio also has a ton of deer, and a lot of related crashes. Yet I hit my 1st deer in Michigan... with a brand new truck. Still had temp tags on it.
Fortunately I saw it coming and was able to swerve to the shoulder. I still clipped it, but it wasn't a solid hit and the truck wasn't hurt. The Cadi beside me on the other hand ate that deer. And then I could see the pile up happening in my mirror as people were serving all over the place to avoid the smashed car and those that crash trying to avoid it.
What a mess, that's why you don't tailgate. Anyway, MSP came out and said that if I had no damage I could leave. I made haste as the crowd of mangled cars behind us waited to talk to him. I never did find out how many were actually involved, but that's my deer story. And it happened in MI of all places.
Yeah, they are all over the place until gun season starts. Then they hide their asses off, lol.
 

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Yeah, they are all over the place until gun season starts. Then they hide their asses off, lol.
Kinda - I have seen them turn suicidal during deer season and opt to jump in front of semi trucks
 

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The trail was way more fun than I expected, nice and washed out in places compared to the last time I was out there. Still fairly tame though.
 
 



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