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Old June 2nd, 2013, 02:12 PM
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Any Bowfishermen here???
That's awesome, I've been bow fishing for a while but gonna try it on my stand up paddle board soon. Ill post some Gopro video as ill wear my helmet cam.
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I went on a guided Mule Deer hunt near Jackson Wyoming. It was a public land horse back hunt. The opening day was Sep 15 and I was there for it. I took this deer the second evening of the hunt. We were 5 miles back at an elevation of 9800 feet. I got the deer at last light and we loaded the meat onto the 2 horses and walked the horses out. It was very nerve racking walking them out as the ground was very slippery and some of the ridge backs were a 2000 foot drop if you slipped a foot left or right.



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Old September 21st, 2013, 11:18 AM
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I went on a guided Mule Deer hunt near Jackson Wyoming. It was a public land horse back hunt. The opening day was Sep 15 and I was there for it. I took this deer the second evening of the hunt. We were 5 miles back at an elevation of 9800 feet. I got the deer at last light and we loaded the meat onto the 2 horses and walked the horses out. It was very nerve racking walking them out as the ground was very slippery and some of the ridge backs were a 2000 foot drop if you slipped a foot left or right.
Decent width (27"?) but lovin the height! Non-typs are the best, so much character. Awesome mulie, great work!
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Old September 21st, 2013, 11:22 AM
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Old September 21st, 2013, 11:32 AM
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Decent width (27"?) but lovin the height! Non-typs are the best, so much character. Awesome mulie, great work!
A quick measure was somewhere between 26 and 27.
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Old September 21st, 2013, 11:38 AM
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A couple shots of my favorite catch... wild rainbow caught on the fly near Boone, NC back in March.

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Old September 21st, 2013, 12:03 PM
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A couple shots of my favorite catch... wild rainbow caught on the fly near Boone, NC back in March.
Ya'll are killing me. Gorgeous 'bow Dave.

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A quick measure was somewhere between 26 and 27.
What were you shootin'?
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Old Sako Deluxe 300 win mag. Early 60's gun. Shoots 180 grain Accubonds at 1/2 inch (100 yards).
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Old September 21st, 2013, 12:16 PM
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Old Sako Deluxe 300 win mag. Early 60's gun. Shoots 180 grain Accubonds at 1/2 inch (100 yards).
Nice gun. Reload or factory ammo? I had a hell of a time trying to get MOA with a late model M70 in 300 WIN with Nosler Partitions at 180 grains. I was told by some benchrest shooters that the 300 win mag was optimized for 165 grains, but I like 180/200 at elk and large mulies. Don't know if true or not, so I moved on to a 300 Weatherby after that and went to 1/2" at 200 yard zero.

Nontheless, Sakos are primo. Their Tikka line cant be beat at the bottom price point and I steer all new hunters to them.
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I reload. Here is a pic of a target a couple days before I came out. Not the best group I have done but good enough. The best improvement on my hand loads was when I shifted to bench rest primers.
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Really getting into ice fishing now.
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I sure would love to do some rabbit hunting. MS must have a very healthy rabbit population.
Do you eat them. I love fried rabbit! Do you use beagles? I use to hunt with my grandad when I was a kid and he had beagles. It's lots of fun.
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Yes. We use beagles and we fry the rabbits. This is from the island in the MS River that we are members of. Lots of wild game out there!
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Gator from last spring... It's not to far from April, and the new season! Spotted some big ones already!
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We hooked up about 15 Marlin yesterday. We landed 6 and harvested 1. This one ate the hook or we would have released him also. He is in the smoker now. He was 100 inches. Cabo.
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We hooked up about 15 Marlin yesterday. We landed 6 and harvested 1. This one ate the hook or we would have released him also. He is in the smoker now. He was 100 inches. Cabo.
What does harvested mean? Not familiar with the term.

Congrats on the catch.
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What does harvested mean? Not familiar with the term.

Congrats on the catch.
Harvested= kept for the purpose of eating!

Much like harvesting a potato or some corn.
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