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 Clue 8
An actual, recent, Bloodtrail

This bloodtrail is 100% real. All the pictures and steps are as it happened during 12 year old Pat Lefemine Jr's first deer hunt in October, 2008. Good Luck!

 

The deer is found - good job! Now guess the total distance traveled?
(Hint, Pat's shot took out the stomach, center of liver, entire right lung)

Pat Lefemine Jr. with his first deer!

Watch the entire video (20mb)

 

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Bloodtrailing Competition - Clue 8

 
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Question
How far did this deer travel before going down?
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