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Old 01-14-2011, 1:56 PM
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250lb YFT taken on the Q105 but doesn't count cuz it was the Fall of 2005 and everybody caught cows.



2009lb Bison shot in Nov. 2009 but doesn't count cuz it was a canned hunt (but none fenced).





Black bear taken on Klathath River a couple of months ago...doesn't count cuz I used dogs.



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Since I don't take pictures of every fish I catch, most are just of the places I've been. These are from fishing in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas.


Had the honor of spending 5 days fishing with my Dad. We hadn't done that in six years.


Convict Lake






Pleasant Valley Reservoir






Friend with 2 on at once.

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A duck ducking over my line. Stupid duck.















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Gorgeous pictures.
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Since I don't take pictures of every fish I catch, most are just of the places I've been. These are from fishing in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas.
Dayyuumm nice photos! Thanks for sharing!
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Friday night, did not get a pic of the lepard shark that came up in one of the nets though....





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last years buck, 25" wide

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last years buck, 25" wide
Nice Buck!!! Is that in CA?
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Thanks... and I wish, that one I got in the ruby mtns. nv. Hes got some good thickness to his antlers and hes a shade over 25 ", I am proud of him, especially being my first muley. Heres one I got in Ca a couple years ago, he's 19" wide, non typical 5x4, four eye guards. Unique to say the least. Its knd of hard to see but at the base of his right antler is a four inch spike with two guards next to it.

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I shot this guy last night. Spotted him 770 yards away then stalked up to 35 yards of him. Shot him once and he took off running up hill. I followed his blood trail for about 50 meters in thick brush but by then it was dark. I wasn't about to keep going in the dark with just a bolt gun and no light! I went back this morning and found him about 500 yards past where I shot him. It's amazing how tough these Boars are! This guy was big! His teeth weren't too great but he sure was big. I was happy when I found him.

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Humboldt Squid caught a few years back at Cordell Banks

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arctic greyling i caught about 40 miles north of fairbanks alaska in 09


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412lbs. 5 dogs, 41/2 inch teeth. [IMG][/IMG]
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Just curious, what happens to all those beautiful animals after you shoot them? No sarcasm at all...just curious as you are in a different country, cant store the meat to eat throughout the year.... wheres it go?

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Blue wildebeest--also from the North Cape (Johnny Vivier Safaris)
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Its taken to the local village and handed out, nothing is wasted.
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Newest edition to my growing trophy wall:


Jackelope, California Edition

Man wall thus far:
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Went hunting in mexico!

Two are my kills! used a .303 lee enfield




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I like the smaller one's for food. Anything over 120lbs starts to get nastty. Bout' 90lbs and very tasty!
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From a Hog I shot near Red Bluff.

Dollar for scale.

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My first duck, actually my first anything! I have since dumped the shirt!
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My first duck, actually my first anything! I have since dumped the shirt!
Hen Mallard? Why dump the shirt? It's a good one.
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It's a gadwall. Gadwalls have yellow/brownish feet. Hen mallards have orange feet. For ducks bright colors like that can kill you as they stand out. Ducks don't like things that don't look right.
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Oh hell I missed the smiley and can't edit posts on my phone. Lol
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LOL lewdogg...I learned something new today about ducks. Thanks. I've always gone with my brother and a few friends. We usually end up with a mixed bag of mallards, woodies, gadwalls and divy up the hens so nobody goes over limit. (Mind you...this is not in Commiefornia).
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got this one yesterday.
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**** yeah nice swine!! How many pounds? Shot placement? AR10 or 15?
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NICE!!!
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got these guys late last summer near los banos
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Did my hunt today at Bighorn Canyon Ranch. Was a fun time, and I learned a lot about myself, my fitness level, and how to skin and gut a pig. For me it was worth it and a good learning experience. I will do a bigger write up later.
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I'm glad you took the rope off of him for the picture...

It is a good learning experience.
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Inspired by Pieeater doing this I found some old stuff all shot before digital.

First deer - .300 win mag BAR


Mulie - .300 win mag BAR


Blacktail - .300 win mag BAR - 356 yard shot across a drainage



Pig - .257 ackley improved


Public Land Idaho Mulie - .300 win mag BAR (that gun works)



Pet crow (no bs, he came when called, etc.)


See next post for two more...
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Here's a couple more.

First Elk



The two below are digital. I forgot I had this one right below.

My butt went numb on this set, 22* at dawn and I was sitting on the frozen ground wearing only boxers and bdu's. My Dad shot this cow with his bow. She was at like 25 yards and then barked and pushed off, he let it go at 60 yards. My old man is a killer.


My Archery Elk (passed on a couple spikes at 20 something yards and some other rag horns)
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Here is one from the film era.....wife and I at Delevan


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Those all are some awesome photos! Thanks a lot for sharing and posting.
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Got my firsts turkey on the last weekend of this season. saw nothing for the first few hours and on our way out, I bumped into this bad boy..

beard measured 10 inches

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beard measured 10 inches

NICE BIRD!!
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there's a strange silhouette of light around your head. it looks photoshop-ed... or you could be Jesus.

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this reminds me of the game Mortal Combat.

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**** yeah nice swine!! How many pounds? Shot placement? AR10 or 15?
220 yds through the ear canal with a 40 grain vmax .223 ar15. Took an instant dirt nap. about 120-140lbs.
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