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 Clue 3
An actual, recent, Bloodtrail

This bloodtrail is 100% real. All the pictures and steps are as it happened during Pat Lefemine's deer hunt in Saskatchewan, 2009. Good Luck!

Surprisingly the arrow was coated with dark red blood all the way out. It looked like there may be a trace amount of intestinal matter on the arrow but it was very hard to tell because it was laying in the dirt. Your buddy came and picked you up and didn't see any deer on the way in. Since he had already disturbed the trail, walking a few yards to see what the blood trail looked like was not going to hurt anything. The blood trail was sparse for the first 80 yards but then we found a pool of dark red blood and it was picking up right up to the fence the deer obviously crossed.

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- This is the most difficult bloodtrail I have ever filmed and recorded. Hence the term "Mother of All Bloodtrails." This challenge is a mixed bag. A little bit textbook, a couple of tricks and a test of your experience and powers of observation.

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