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Walk on By, William West
2007 Hunting Season Nice ten point taken by William. Him and Dereck Cutright hunted hard, and brought a lot of high tech cameras, and trail cam photo viewings in the evenings to our hunt. We as a group shared a lot of fun together and everyone was happy for the successful hunter.
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2008 Tim Saltsgiver
says: 'I waited years to find a place to hunt outside of Pennsylvania. I went to the Jaffa Sports Show, in Altoona, PA. I met Dave Poerio, with Almost Heaven Outfitters; an affordable lease, in West Virginia; I talked to him for two hours about the property. I thought about it for two weeks. Then I called him and signed up to go in the 2008, fall season. When I arrived in West Virginia , I was greeted by Dave, who showed me around the lease. Dave knows what he is talking about with Pope and Young bucks. On the lease property, he helped me find a spot, where I hunted for a total of seventy hours, in a week. I saw several bucks and does, then finally, I had a buck of a lifetime, coming to me on a hot doe. I was getting ready to shoot him and something startled him. I hung my bow on my easy hanger ; and in disbelief, when I turned to my left; an even bigger buck was standing there under me; he caught me and trotted away. It takes a lot of patience to stay out there all day long; and it is all worth it, when you see these big, mature bucks. I will return. Dave will help you get to know the lease. The scouting and finding the whitetail is up to you .
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