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Old 11-29-2009, 6:05 PM
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^^^You are one of the few. I know deer can get real big here but my biggest frustration is you I see the #'s of deer (including does) like Oregon or Idaho where I've hunted.

Here's one with a story. The pintail came down the dyke and I missed 3x at like 25 yards. Dad dumped it with one shot. Then a pair of mallards came in from the back and crisscrossed right before trying to land in the slot. The hen ended up on my side while the drake on his. That hen wasn't banded.

Drake is double banded with $100 band.



My dad just tosses his bands into a drawer at home so I would have actually put them on a lanyard had I not been unlucky.
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Old 12-08-2009, 2:31 PM
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9 month old Pup's first time hunting Pheasants. She flushed 2. I was real proud.

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Old 12-08-2009, 2:36 PM
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Great job Lew!
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from my longlining days, these are the small ones.
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Old 12-10-2009, 8:00 PM
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I would love to do this sometime. Great job!
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Old 12-10-2009, 8:21 PM
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9 month old Pup's first time hunting Pheasants. She flushed 2. I was real proud.

awesome looking dog, he looks happier then you
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Old 12-13-2009, 4:39 PM
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2 trout from earlier this month, The one on the left was 17in and the right was a 26inch 2.5 monster haha. But nothing compared to what I caught off the coast of Kona Hawaii this past summer !!





That Ahi Yellow Fin Tuna was as tall as me(I'm 5'11) and it had be beat on weight too, it weighed in at 192lbs. It took 45 minutes for me to get it on the boat and a shark almost got it when I was trying to land it. Biggest fish of my life thus far
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good catch sexpistol.
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Thats a big one. I have always wanted to go deep sea fishing. Great job...
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good catch sexpistol.
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Thats a big one. I have always wanted to go deep sea fishing. Great job...
Thanks man, and I'd recommend it! It's always a good feeling to be out on the ocean like that, you always see something interesting. And you can catch some pretty damn big fish out there
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Nice Frank!

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Old 12-14-2009, 4:47 PM
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Nice deer CO!
Beautiful dog & nice pheasant LD!
Sweet fish Bax & SP!
Excellent 9 pointer FJ!
Thanx for the pics everyone... Great job!!
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Thanks Bigballaizm! Ill be posting up some more pics of some quail I got that same weekend with my ithaca 37.
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Old 12-14-2009, 8:59 PM
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Finally figured I'd show this. This was my first time Duck hunting. It was back home in Idaho on the 12th of October. It was the 12th because deer season opened the 11th and my brother and I both filled the tags.

Sorry for the crummy photo quality, but all I had was my cell phone.




I've gotten lots of Dove this fall too...but didn't take any pictures. I'll make sure to take some next time I go.

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Old 12-14-2009, 9:48 PM
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Share some dove!
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Share some dove!
If I get some more before I head that way I'll bring ya some!
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Old 12-15-2009, 8:17 AM
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And here is the only picture I have of 1 of the 3 deer I harvested this year...I obviously hunt for food...big racks are nice, but you can't eat them.

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Old 12-15-2009, 9:56 AM
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Really? Im pretty sure i'm eating some of mine righttt now... I have also eaten every deer me or anyone in my family has taken big or small.
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I think he mean's they don't eat the big ones because they don't taste as good. I personally have never hunted anything significant but my uncle and co workers have all told me bigger bucks, hogs, elk, ect. don't taste as good because the meat is tough and muscly due to age.
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Meaning the antlers don't taste good...the rest of it does.

SexPistol is on spot too...my family always shoots for yearlings. Yeah...it takes a few more deer to add up to 1 big one, but then again, they get 8 tags every year.
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:20 PM
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Here it is
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Nice ear piercing buddy. Great looking deer!
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:26 PM
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Meaning the antlers don't taste good...the rest of it does.

SexPistol is on spot too...my family always shoots for yearlings. Yeah...it takes a few more deer to add up to 1 big one, but then again, they get 8 tags every year.

Yes of course they don't taste as GOOD but still damn good. I thought you were making a knock at people that shoot big deer don't eat em or something of the like. Ill shot any deer thats legal I hunt for the food and a good time with my family and buddies I love these mountains I grew up in em
Oh and thanks PCH!
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I thought you were making a knock at people that shoot big deer don't eat em or something of the like.
Nope.
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10 month old twins. Roxy on the left and Trigger on the right.

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Would you call those a pair of "Lewdoggs"???

Good looking pups bro!
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Old 01-02-2010, 10:01 PM
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Yummy fried rabbit .
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Old 01-02-2010, 10:02 PM
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And my pops good old trusty shotgun. I can't count how many qual rabbit and squirrels that thing has popped in my hands .
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nice Chris! I've only seen a couple of rabbits lately...but I haven't been out actively hunting them either. Care to share your secret spot???
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Not much of a secret but private property I hunt out on some islands down in Nor Cal. I could go out every day and limit out easy. I got those 4 in 30 minutes.
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Oh and thanks! It was some good eatin dressed em and battered em and had some nice fried rabbit with rice.
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Mmmmmm yummy!!!
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Northern VA 6 deer tags, one bear and one turkey all for $60
i used to live in NOVA.. it's def not hard to find deer.. i see them all the time on the side of the road just standing around... or road kill
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I took a buck and a doe 1st and second day on a three day hunt, could of taken more legally but I did not want to deal with too much meat. They encourage taking does.
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Not much of a secret but private property I hunt out on some islands down in Nor Cal. I could go out every day and limit out easy. I got those 4 in 30 minutes.
Islands in Norcal? I live in Norcal... Just curious where said Islands are at... Not trying to go there at all just curious.
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It's a channel of farm lands along the canals, Even if you tried to go there you would have a hard time it's all private property. Spans from stockton al the way to Discovery bay "that's where my hunting ends" quite a bit of land. I worked in a industrial farming hardware/fab shop. So I got to know a lot of people with bad varmint problems .
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