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2011 David and Rob our 50/50 Penny Buck
2011 Bow Season The reason we are all smiles,besides the great buck, is because we almost lost this one, but as friends, along with Frank-Steve Kovash, we were able to focus, put aside our own self importance and work towards the goal of finding this wounded animal and putting it down as rapidly as possible. Oh yeah and it was an awesome hunt for all three of us. The Lord has a way of making it different and exciting each year in such a way you just can not help but wonder, how does he do it....and we are thankful that he does....
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2009 Craig Boushell, Whitetail Underdogs
2009 Craig Boushell Filming, Whitetail Underdogs says: '
Almost Heaven Outfitters was first presented to the Whitetail Underdogs Team by our target sponsor and good friend Al Perelli of Bigshot Archery. We were a little hesitant at first because we try to stay away from canned or guided hunts. When we learned it was a lease in the archery only counties of West Virginia, we were all over it. The opportunity to harvest a world class whitetail is well within the realm of reality on Davids ground at Almost Heaven Outfitters. We were truly in the presence of some real giants. The Whitetail Underdogs team had a few close encounters, but we had the misfortune of only being there for 3 days. Had we spent a week or more at Almost Heaven, there is no doubt in my mind afew of us would have connected. Beautiful ground with plenty of wilderness for those big boys to grow old and become true giants.
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