Episode 28: Double Trouble

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We’re back at it this week with another awesome episode. Watch as Tom Alford finishes off his season by harvesting not one, but two great bucks. The action doesn’t stop there. We jump over to Paul Morrison in Ohio as he uses some unusual tactics to bring the deer in close. Last but not least, we check in with Dan Richardson down in Indiana as he turns his rough season around. As always, the best bowhunting action is right here on Bowhunt or Die!

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  1. Is anybody else having a problem loading these videos lately. Is it just me and my AT&T service? Love the videos but for some reason they have been slowing down buffering.

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    • I have AT&T service to and it’s doing the same. Try to pause and let it load for bit.

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      • trey stivers says:

        I have at&t and mine never stop maybe your location

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  2. Was that a Todd Graff rock behind Justin?

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  3. Those NAP Killzone’s seem to have penetration problems. I have killed multiple deer with them and never have been satisfied with penetration compared to other mechanical designs.

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    • I have not used them, but watching the videos, this looks to be a common problem.

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  4. Chris Dunn says:

    Congratulations Tom Alford! Man that was so awesome watching your Nov 11th bowhunt. That’s the kind of morning we all dream about and two awesome bucks in one morning is pretty amazing! Just like Todd said, I always have a smile on my face watching Paul Morrison’s hunts. You put on a good show Paul. And last but not least, I have a ton of respect for Dan Richardson for sticking with it and getting his doe late in the season. Congratulations Mr. Richardson!! Bowhunt or Die baby!!!!!

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  5. trey stivers says:

    I’ve posted my trophy photo 3 times this year and multiple last year and it never gets posted even on Facebook I can’t even seem to hit the extended list I watch ever episode from every season kinda loosing hope…

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  6. T.C. Worley says:

    Guys,

    Thanks for another season of bowhunting entertainment. I watch this show weekly during the season to help keep my stoke high and learn from your team of hunters. It’s a great resource. Thanks for shlepping all that gear into the woods to bring us this show. High fives!

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  7. Autumn Springer says:

    How are you allowed to shoot 2 MONSTER buck. Where I hunt it’s one buck per hunter, and THAT hunter has to shoot it.

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  8. Autumn Springer says:

    link to kansas.com

    Also, this is pretty cool, some of your hitlist buck’s could be does…

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  9. jeremy kuehn says:

    Once again I’m deeply disappointed and saddened for such terrible shot placement. Tom Alford’s shot placement on the second buck was absolutely terrible! A deer, let alone a giant buck deserves more respect than that. You don’t take quartering towards shots period! Not ethical as you can see it didn’t penetrate very well! The animal suffered because of a poor decision by yet another bowhunter on this website! Right after he made a wise decision on a quartering away shot! At least he got down and finished it off! I’ve heard you guys say time and time again- ” it’s a shot he knows he shouldn’t have taken “. I’m beyond tired of hearing that! You guys might need to put a show on here strictly dedicated to hunting ethics and proper shot placement! Being an avid bowhunter myself I know that not every shot released is going to hit its mark but i know you can make the proper decision on when to shoot! Quartering away and broadside!

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    • Tom Alford says:

      Great idea Jeremy on the show idea. What is ethical shot placement ? , and what to do after you spine shoot a deer. We should also cover how to become the perfect BowHunter/ self filmer who never makes a mistake while hunting. Sorry you disagree with the 2nd shot I took . Thank you for your support good luck hunting .

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  10. Tom Alford-28 episodes and you still don’t know NOT to shoot a 1/4 facing buck?? Your response above is inadequate. I’ve been bowhunting over 40 years , teaching bowhunter education courses for 20, I think a discussion about shot placement is in order, both on and off of your show. Whether its self-filmed, produced for mass audience or not on film at all the animal needs more respect than that. May I suggest taking the National Bowhunters Education Foundation (NBEF) certification course?? The IHEA/NBEF programs are very good, and NBEF publishes a White-tailed Deer#8445, Black bear Anatomy guide # 8447 that even veteran bowhunters can learn from. Published in the early 90s its a multi-laminate pictorial guide that also has discussion on angles, shot placement and recovery.

    Above all, respect game animals, other hunters, people who do not hunt, the environment and yourself. If you have respect and value the hunting experience, it will be reflected in your every action.-NBEF guide 1991.

    P.S. We had a Deer/Turkey expo this weekend in MN, protestors outside the building. They don’t need more fuel for their anti-hunting rhetoric and convincing the non-hunting public bowhunting is ineffective, cruel in-humane, etc. ,etc. Good clean shots stop that argument in its tracks.

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    • Bowaddict says:

      Wow lol really guys Yes bad shot placement BUT the biggest buck you’ve ever shot and it’s ten yards from you really I don’t think I could pass on taking that shot and this is just me being real he then gets down and humanly Finnish the job most of the time you wait HOURS before tracking the deer so what’s more humane You guys get to pick these videos apart after just watching the video and not being there in the moment. Nice buck !! I hunt San Diego lol so the chances of this happening in my hunting area well let’s just say I’ll probably win the lotto first

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  11. Chris Lawson says:

    Wow, cut Tom some slack! Tom admits that it was not a good shot, and he got lucky and was able to finish the buck off. Everybody makes mistakes, even the best of bowhunters, and I bet those that are critical of Tom have also made similar mistakes. This show is about everyday bowhunters successes and failures. What is great about the show, it talks about the good, the bad, and the ugly. It also teaches all bowhunters how to handle the success and failures. You don’t really see that much on other outdoor shows. I compliment Tom for his efforts.

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