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    Guiding season has begun, some recent hunts for Pronghorn in NM and Aoudad in Far West TX.













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    That looks like some amazing country!

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    Those are some beautiful pronghorn! I miss hunting them back in South Dakota!

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    Our buddy Adirondackflier Alaska hunt. We might have moose burgers at the WAD



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    Nice pics everyone! Some real great animals in this 2016 thread; wow.
    Just some grouse for me hunting with Dad. Bears are decimating the corn food plots the sow looks large. ND pheasants in a few weeks will give a report.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    I always enjoy your pics with Dad, the dog, and the countryside. Please keep on posting!
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    2016 Dall Sheep I shot in the Brooks Range in AK with a Winchester 1886 in 475 TurnbullClick image for larger version. 

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    Had a great season.


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    My buddy and I got out to do a little grouse hunting. Ptarmigan and ducks will be on the the menu this coming weekend!



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    Quote Originally Posted by scout88305 View Post
    Nice pics everyone! Some real great animals in this 2016 thread; wow.
    Just some grouse for me hunting with Dad. Bears are decimating the corn food plots the sow looks large. ND pheasants in a few weeks will give a report.
    Love it! Great pics and memories!

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    Visited Penturen Church today. A historical place in one of the most remote sections of northern MN.... Way cool place to visit, reflect; and be thankful for air in your lungs, birds to chase, and a faithful dog at your feet.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Great pics and adventures everyone!

    Got a meat bull last Monday. First elk I've ever been able to get a truck to. After we stuck two trucks and had to get ourselves rescued outta there, decided there was nothing else to do but leave him overnight, luckily it was cold and no predators found him.




    Flew game surveys on a couple of the ranches we hunt this week also. There were no hogs on one of the ranches only 6-7 years ago, they're everywhere now. Did our best to turn the tide haha.





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    Solo goat hunt success!

    Had an excellent solo adventure these past two days. This fall has been a wonderful one so far!
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    Good day with Toby. Explored an old homestead, got a few ruffed grouse, and dug 5 pails of Yukon Golds.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Skalywag, what shot are you using in the shotgun for hogs. Looks like there are no trees so you can get down on them.


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    Steve, 12 gauge 00 buckshot 8 or 9 pellet works well. The hogs have gotten smart though, they will hunker down in the thick mesquite in draws. At the altitudes out here it's harder to really beat the brush with an R44, have to make strafing passes usually.

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    Got a short break from my calculus and other classes and took advantage of it to get out goose and ptarmigan hunting for the weekend! We had a blast!














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    WannaB, That shot of the 2 cubs with the house should be on the calendar.. You should have sent that one to SJ.

    Skalywag, We are having a horrible time with 00 Buck. Probably because we are just above the trees and a bit higher. AR's work great, I am shooting a 300 Blackout on an AR platform, supersonic Barnes 110 gr. It just hammers them.

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    From 5 years ago, but always fun to watch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveE View Post
    WannaB, That shot of the 2 cubs with the house should be on the calendar.. You should have sent that one to SJ.
    I have a few others that are calendar worthy, but I missed the deadline. These were taken on the 1st. Going to submit them for next year!

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    Father and Son, Grouse Specialists!

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Pinto Mule deer

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    Youngest member of one of our family Chukar hunting trips in Hells Canyon, fewer birds this year but more than enough fun especially with him with us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sburg58 View Post
    Youngest member of one of our family Chukar hunting trips in Hells Canyon, fewer birds this year but more than enough fun especially with him with us!

    I think i know where your birds went........this showed up in a friends back yard in northern Maine. Took us a week to figure out what it was. Seems a few of them have found their way north as there's been several sighted. I read that they will not survive the cold winters of the northeast.
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    Not sure why the pics are getting flipped???

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    N. Dakota Bird Hunting

    Has anyone done any Pheasant hunting yet. I would like to get some reports on where to go? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddy Lewis View Post
    Have any of you ever seen a Mule deer like this one ?Click image for larger version. 

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    I had a piebald living on my property for several years. Awesome experience to be able to have been able to see it nearly everyday. That was until a worthless SOB (neighbor) shot it in the spine! It was mid May and I had gone away for the day only to come home and saw it laying out in the field kicking and trying to get up. I went out to see what was wrong and saw that it had been shot in the spine. Back was broken and it had literally been kicking so hard the hide was worn through to its flesh. Sad....I called the warden, shot it in the head and butchered it, only to find two fawns not yet born. Warden was given the bullet that I recovered from the spine. We knew who had done it but nothing was ever done. I have a big hatred towards these scum that do this.

    Riverking,
    Stand by...I have a good feeling you might get an update on ND pheasants by another SC member here very shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicken Hawk View Post
    I think i know where your birds went........this showed up in a friends back yard in northern Maine. Took us a week to figure out what it was. Seems a few of them have found their way north as there's been several sighted. I read that they will not survive the cold winters of the northeast.
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    Not sure why the pics are getting flipped???
    Those are undoubtedly pen reared birds that someone released to train dogs or for hunting. Chukars aren't native to North America in any case. But, Chukars are one of the favorite pen reared birds for dog training.

    Chukars can tolerate some very cold temperatures....the part of the world they come from originally is mighty cold in winter. I've known them to overwinter in Fairbanks, AK if they have lots of food and some shelter. They don't tolerate moist cold well, though.

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    Helped my brother get a Kodiak goat earlier this month.

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    North Dakota birds down 30-40% in my estimate. The poor chick production resulted from hail and dry weather at critical times. More birds this year were older and wiser and any poor decision making on our part resulted in no shots. Great people out there in ND. I'm very grateful to rural folks with similar views on many things. Ended 4 days short of limits and passed on Hungarian and Sharptail since I see fewer every trip. The old guy and young Toby did great.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Eric,
    Awesome...like always bud!

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    As always, great pics!


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    Wonderful.

    Thanks Eric. You are Blessed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henny View Post
    Helped my brother get a Kodiak goat earlier this month.

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    I hear the goats are doing really well on Kodiak these days......amazing critters, and one of the relatively positive transplant stories.....

    MTV

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    My wife with her 2016 cow elk. As a friend from Alberta says: "The best meat on the planet". And I'd agree. I'd spotted about 6 elk the evening before and suspected they'd go down to the river that evening for a drink. We found them coming back up just after daylight. One shot at 250 yards through the heart. She won't shoot unless she's sure of the shot. This morning she passed up a nice whitetail buck in the trees because she just wasn't positive she'd kill it with one shot. All that showed was half of the buck's neck and head at 200 yards. We'll find another I told her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvivion View Post
    I hear the goats are doing really well on Kodiak these days......amazing critters, and one of the relatively positive transplant stories.....

    MTV
    They sure are Mike. This place is lousy with both goats and deer...

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    Our son son had a good elk hunt too. He used a .300 Win Mag to shoot this bull he rough scored in the 340s.
    "Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything." Wyatt Earp

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    Trip to montague a few weeks ago. No luck with the deer but amazing weather.

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    I've been down in Indiana taking care of aged parents on the farm, so haven't had much chance for hunting this fall. I did make a quick trip to Dillingham earlier this fall and was able to get out one day for some spruce grouse hunting.
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    Harvested a lot of peaches, plums and apples this summer. Something I haven't done for 40 years.
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    These characters have been hanging around the farm all summer, eating apples and alfalfa, so Dad (age 95) is fired up for deer hunting again with his muzzle loader.
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    Jim

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