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    2017 antelope season comes to an end for me. Both antelope tags filled. The ol' meat in the pot 30-06 comes threw again. Now on to deer season.
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    "There are 3 kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves." Will Rogers
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    Off to SW ND tomorrow for Pheasants with the old guy. Will report when back. Heard the big Cannonball outfit that guides and leases a pile of private land isn't taking hunters. That is the state of affairs with respect to numbers. SD in rough shape also.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spinner2 View Post
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    Yukon Dall last month.
    Beautiful ram!! Looks like a Booner to me!! Congratulations!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 68Papa View Post
    Beautiful ram!! Looks like a Booner to me!! Congratulations!!
    Thanks, I had him officially scored and he measures a net 164 5/8 so he makes the Awards book. A 12 year old ram too.
    "Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything." Wyatt Earp
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    The first couple days of elk season were busy for us.

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    On a rainy windy morning at daylight I found this raghorn making his way into the timber.

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    My wife has a cow tag and the next day she decided it was a much nicer afternoon and she’d like to go for another elk hunt. Although I was close to her in the trees she spotted the cow on her own, got steady for the shot and with one shot in the lungs the elk was dead. She was about 100 yards away.
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    Back from SW ND near Bowman. Pheasant numbers in my estimation are down 60-90% depending on exact area. We had good farms and lots of dirty standing corn which is stunted from drought. These fields are yielding 50-70 bushels per acre and hunters are able to see and shoot over the top so most of the time we walked very large blocks of corn.

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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout88305 View Post
    Back from SW ND near Bowman. Pheasant numbers in my estimation are down 60-90% depending on exact area. We had good farms and lots of dirty standing corn which is stunted from drought. These fields are yielding 50-70 bushels per acre and hunters are able to see and shoot over the top so most of the time we walked very large blocks of corn.

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    All the hawks and dissapearing shelter belts realy puting a hurt on the pheasants also.
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    Have dogs and willing to travel for a couple of days of good pheasant hunting. Any suggestions of where to go this year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimboflying View Post
    Have dogs and willing to travel for a couple of days of good pheasant hunting. Any suggestions of where to go this year?
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    Nice looking dogs what is the breed. I presently have a very senior Brittiany.

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    They are small English Setters at 35lbs each. Great dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimboflying View Post
    Have dogs and willing to travel for a couple of days of good pheasant hunting. Any suggestions of where to go this year?
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    Go west of Bismark 50 miles and draw a line to Mobridge SD. I would hunt that line west into eastern MT. It's a small slice of pie compared to the banner years with good pheasant hatches.
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    Similar results as Eric were experienced last week in SD. Bird numbers are even lower than estimated by the state. Early am you might hear a bird or two crowing. Tough going - we had one guy not fire a shot in 3 days!

    Everthing that could be mowed was - and anything not mowed was too sparse to contain wildlife.

    Doesnt bode well well for the future......
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    Colorado elk 5x4


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    No record but he has nice symetrical antlers for a gun rack. And good eating. 1 &
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    "There are 3 kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves." Will Rogers
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    Awesome moose , wondering where can I get the mount for the case on the wing strut ?

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    Successful moose hunt with my super cub.


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    Here is a picture of my GF Loretta first moose and first time hunting and she just got her license last fall and got drawn for a Bull tag in Newfoundland Canada , we flew in with the super cub Click image for larger version. 

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    I got it as a gift so price wasn't an issue . Airframes Alaska sells the kit. It's a Koplin case with special mounting hardware that makes it more secure than bungees.

    http://www.airframesalaska.com/PA-18.../af-2200-2.htm

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    A bitch of a deer season in MN thus far. I had -9F this am. The winds have not relented either. After passing a really good 8 pointer twice chasing does last Sunday and watching maybe another 6 lesser bucks walk past, I fired a round tonight in anguish for some relief from from the cold temps and save my extremities. Dad at 87 years old, a Korean Veteran, shot a spike opening morning. I would venture to say it's his last deer and the last time his Winchester #100 will be manipulated by that man. Tough too see but also a wonder and blessing to have him along for the ride this long. WWHunter got a nice deer today also. Feeling Blessed!


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    Thank a sheepdog today for they are standing guard!
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    Eric, most of us envy the time you have enjoyed with your dad. Your a good man.and a great son.

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    Back in September I flew a friend in for this caribou. We saw 60+ by 10am of the first morning and had the great fortune of this bull crossing our path at close range.





    Got back to camp just as the clouds dropped to the floor and snow started falling. Had to break a bit of ice off the wings the next morning and wait for the temperatures to rise, but it was all part of the fun in pulling off such a hunt on a weekend.



    Earlier in the fall my oldest son and I flew out for ptarmigan. We didn't find any birds that were willing to sit around long enough, but it's hard to complain about spending a day in that setting.



    I did a bunch of other hunting this year, but those were the only ones involving the Cub. The only other airplane-assisted harvesting I did was a quick weekend of trapping. I set out my first three beaver traps back in October, and the next day all three traps were set off. The first two had sticks caught in the trap that allowed the beaver to pull loose, but the third trap held my first catch.


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    How do i get a job in alaska? Jeesh you folks have some big kritters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stewartb View Post
    Frosted wings. An over nighter! Wing cover season has arrived.
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    A bitch of a deer season in MN thus far. I had -9F this am. The winds have not relented either. After passing a really good 8 pointer twice chasing does last Sunday and watching maybe another 6 lesser bucks walk past, I fired a round tonight in anguish for some relief from from the cold temps and save my extremities. Dad at 87 years old, a Korean Veteran, shot a spike opening morning. I would venture to say it's his last deer and the last time his Winchester #100 will be manipulated by that man. Tough too see but also a wonder and blessing to have him along for the ride this long. WWHunter got a nice deer today also. Feeling Blessed!


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    Thanks for posting the picture Eric! It's been a pretty frigid deer season. It was -6 when I went out in the morning, and there were some fairly nasty winds. Have give part of the credit to my hunting buddy. He is visiting from SC. I felt nearly froze to the bone, went for a quick bite and he suggested that we go back out. The buck I shot was at a couple minutes after 1:00.
    Like Eric, my father is out hunting also at 87 years young. I gave the deer to him since he was calling it quits due to the cold
    Good luck to all the people out trying to fill their freezer!
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    My wife shot this buck at 150 yards in the trees. He was walking and when he paused for a moment she dropped him. Another one-shot kill for her. A nice clean 4-point.

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    Early in in the season I shot this 5-point at 200 yards.

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    In early November I joined some friends for a Kodiak Sitka Blacktail hunt and shot a couple of bucks.

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    "Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything." Wyatt Earp
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    2017 Hunting and Fishing

    Early in in the season I shot this 5-point at 200 yards.

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    Dan, one of the benefits of living in Oklahoma is that your buck would be a 10 point. All your deer trophies would double in size.



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    Wyoming Coyote hunting fun. All called in and shot with rifles.


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    Very nice! And great idea with the wire ties... I have heard some pretty crazy stories!

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    Wyoming Coyote hunting fun. All called in and shot with rifles.


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    Man! Looks like you guys are puttin the hurt on the local 'yote population
    Wyo pay a bounty?
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    I was fortunate enough to get this very nice one-eyed 9-point buck in December. And yes, his good eye was facing me when I took the shot. I also took a smaller buck at sunset on the last day of the season, so I didn't get a great picture. The freezer is very full. I'm grateful that I have plenty to share, but still would have considered it a success to just spend some quality time in the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
    Man! Looks like you guys are puttin the hurt on the local 'yote population
    Wyo pay a bounty?
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    When you run out of them in Wyoming you can come to Vermont and start on our population of those fawn killing machines!

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    Had a good MN rifle season, this guy came out at 1:00 in the afternoon Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
    Man! Looks like you guys are puttin the hurt on the local 'yote population
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    No bounty, we sell some fur if the holes arenít too big......


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    Thatís an awesome whitetail!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyo Boy View Post
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    A really nice male coyote my dog Ginger brought to me spring 2017.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyo Boy View Post
    No bounty, we sell some fur if the holes aren’t too big......
    Just curious, what do you do with the rest of them? I understand that they may be predators needing to be destroyed. In boar country they seem to just leave them to feed the buzzards and other wild life. You appear to be collecting them. Are they edible?
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    You cook them first and let us all know how they taste.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveE View Post
    You cook them first and let us all know how they taste.


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    Just takes the right seasoning. Let me know how it goes.
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    Depends on how hungry you are!
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