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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by almt1012, Mar 16, 2008.
You DID get one ! I was wondering. Congrats Ken ! Looks like a dandy !
We got 4 Brian. Filled up the quota for this entire zone! I've been doing a lot of nose and mouth casting! 8)
Awesome ! Nothing like collecting your own specimens for casting. You know just how fresh and taken care of they are. Doing a little bit of that myself right now.
Got my first wild boar after many years of hunting, had to go with the dog after it but found it dead after ca. 300 meters
my friend with his dog Nanny, a German Wachtel
Here is my muley from this year here in NM.
A REAL DEAL WILD BOAR ! Congrats to you ! Well earned, it sounds !
Beautiful bow kill Muley also ! That will make a great mount !
Was that Hoytman I saw on the outdoor channel a week or so ago hunting ducks?
Been a good 6 months with some nice back pack hunts , all on public land here in New Zealand. No game farm stuff, genuine wild animals, no guides. Turned 6o this year so been taking every opportunity to get out and do it while still fit enough .Very lucky here, can hunt every day of the year, no limits, only need a permit to hunt on conservation land at no cost, only fee is for a fishing licence. .
Uneven 12 point Red stag, big bodied old animal
Nice chamois buck, very poor moulting cape so will use another I already have in the freezer to mount up.
Nice boar, taken with out dogs while stalking deer.
Old goat left to grow a bit bigger
Young stag left to grow
A fish for tea
]A very old female Chamois, good horns but poor cape.
Awesome photos warren
Look forward to seeing some African ones Nyati
This years bear.
Here's the bear on the bait
Here's the bear after the arrow flew.
Congrats Ralph, nice bear !
Thank you. I went with my 13 year old daughter. She sat in the tree with me and was able to experience the whole thing.
Last weeks bow hunting adventure in Wyoming.
Congrats Ralph ! Great start to fall.
Nice high country Utah archery Muley. Definitely a hunt I will do again.
Montana pronghorn opening weekend.
I shot a whitetail doe yesterday morning. She ran off behind some brush, so I went to where I shot and started looking. I was on the edge of a creek and the area is not too thick so I figured I would just walk the edge until I bumped into her. Fifty yards in, I hadn't found her, so I headed back to the spot where she was hit to start officially tracking. I found her on the way back. She hadn't gone 30 yards, but she slipped down into a big hole. You really couldn't see her until you were right by her. New one for me.
Filled my A tag yesterday. 25 3/4 wide. Forgot my camera at home, so no pics in the field.