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Old 09-25-2011, 12:54 PM
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Coyote responded to the sound of a mountain lion killing a doe.
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Old 10-03-2011, 12:54 AM
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Were back early from X9a and 3 for 3. Its late and I'm beat but heres the quick rundown, Wife got her first deer (4x4), buddy got his first rifle buck (2x3), and I ended up making my longest shot ever on a deer at 363 yards taking a 3x4.
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Went out with Bigboarstopper on Saturday morning. We were able to bay up and catch two hogs out of a group of 20.
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Old 10-05-2011, 7:40 PM
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That's a big hog! But then again its on the shallow bed/tailgate of a toyota regardless nice kill and I'm jealous.. Love the dogs in the background too.
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Old 10-06-2011, 6:46 PM
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This deer ran across the range today and didn't seem to get scared when rounds went off. Was at burro canyon shooting range in azusa.
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Old 10-08-2011, 8:43 PM
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Don't have to worry about my yard getting torn up for a while.
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Don't have to worry about my yard getting torn up for a while.
And you have a lot of sausage.
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Old 10-09-2011, 7:27 AM
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Caught this ~3lb cutthroat and a smaller brookie shortly after this summer in Alpine County near Blue Lakes.
The fillet knife is 12in for reference.

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Saturday near Lake Piru in Ventura Co.

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NE zone opening weekend 2011 with my son.
This is my sons 8 month old puppy with her first duck retrieve and our first duck of the season

This bird almost escaped thru the tullies but my 8 year old girl was not going to let him get away.
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Here I am all focused on deer hunting and you have to go posting pictures of dead mallards. A banded one no less. Shame on you for distracting me!
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First retrieve and jewelery!
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Here I am all focused on deer hunting and you have to go posting pictures of dead mallards. A banded one no less. Shame on you for distracting me!
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This deer ran across the range today and didn't seem to get scared when rounds went off. Was at burro canyon shooting range in azusa.
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This deer ran across the range today and didn't seem to get scared when rounds went off. Was at burro canyon shooting range in azusa.
I was out at burro on the public range and 2 deer showed up at the edge and the range was hot! They didn`t seem jumpy at all. You know every person there had to be thinking the same thing. They left after a few minutes.
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caught this 21 inch striper off the shore on a bloodworm in Hercules, CA

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Old 10-15-2011, 2:33 PM
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My buddy shot his second buck in Humbolt this morning.

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Caught this ~3lb cutthroat and a smaller brookie shortly after this summer in Alpine County near Blue Lakes.
The fillet knife is 12in for reference.

those are some beautiful fish!
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Here is the Antelope I got in Montana last week. My grandma was hunting with me and killed a nice Antelope herself.

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Old 10-19-2011, 1:33 PM
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Chukar opening day at red mountain. Got our limits- a couple quail and rabbits.

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Got my meat!!! 34lbs of deer sticks, 16lbs of jerky, backstrap, tenderloin, and some sausage! Gonna be a good winter

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Old 10-20-2011, 7:14 AM
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27 or more for the 3 of you? Or did the photographer hunt and all 4 of you limited (7)?
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Wow, nice game pics!

Here's a little sturgeon from the Columbia river, C&R oversize.


One of many keepers in a banner year for us in the Delta (most of them released)
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Photog was our 4th. The woodies and 2 mallards were shot by the kid the evening prior.
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Opening day: 1 drake mallard, 1 drake sprig, 4 teal.

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no deer this year (d9, x10), but got some chukar and quail at opener (no pics)

also got some bugs over the weekend (freedive) - only two pictured

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Got my first buck! Not very big but it still counts!



Story and details here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=493539
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Was at wister this last weekend and finally got some trigger time in.

Sat 10/29
Widgeon and Redhead are mine


Sunday 10/30
It was a 1 and done sort of morning
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Duck Opener

Same birds on Duck Opener...Just a different picture.

Second day of Quail season.


Didn't take any pictures of my second day of duck hunting, but there were only 2 birds and they're at the taxidermist already. Will most likely be recycling ducks through him, but I want some AWESOME looking mounts when I'm done. I figure I can get 1 good mount out of 10 or so birds.
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Cougar- I'm going to call you platebreaker from now on. lol.
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I have been out with cougar twice now, and I never seen him shoot more then 3 birds an outing. I think he freezes them and gets a bunch, takes pics once he has enough...
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I have been out with cougar twice now, and I never seen him shoot more then 3 birds an outing. I think he freezes them and gets a bunch, takes pics once he has enough...
DAAAAMN!! Ouch dude! LOL I gots witnesses to these hunts though! Just not you .
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