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    2021 Outdoors and Hunting and Fishing

    Early MN thaw here. Shed hunting and lake melting has commenced.

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    Mississippi River on left

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    My wife and I were out riding Saturday. I looked for deer sheds but didn’t find any. The elk are close to dropping theirs. There are some cow elk in the middle of this image.

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    This is my new Paint, named Jet, that we bought last fall. He’s almost 17 hands and a rock like in the background is nice for getting up on him. When we looked at him to consider the purchase it was a 3 hour drive or a 30 minute flight over the Mission Mountains. We asked the seller if she’d pick us up at the Condon airport. She said they were just a short drive from the Forest Service strip and it all worked out well. Later in the week we drove the horse trailer over.

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    Here’s the Condon strip earlier this month when I still had the skis on.
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    Nice! That's a fine looking pup!
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    Here are a couple from a quick hunt this fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AK_Tyler_26C View Post
    Here are a couple from a quick hunt this fall.
    Landing above the alders on a goat hunt? That's cheating! No goat hunt is complete without six hours of alder busting in sideways rain.

    Fantastic pictures! Nicely done.
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    Experiences may vary lol

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    Goats, I had one land in Lake George and fished it out. FYI, they don’t float very well. More than one way to get wet goat hunting.
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    Stopped by Jack Oconnor museum in Lewiston with the ladies on Saturday. Bought Jack Oconnor's " the rifle book". Cant wait to start reading.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub Special Ed View Post
    Stopped by Jack Oconnor museum in Lewiston with the ladies on Saturday. Bought Jack Oconnor's " the rifle book". Cant wait to start reading.

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    One year flying to AK I looked at the map and noticed the Donjek river under me. I remember that name as a great sheep destination in Jacks travels. Western Yukon border. One of his books has a incredible Ram photo along with a native guide and O'connor taken along that watershed. Sheep and goat hunting was at its infancy and rugged country becoming accessible with airplanes. Old Jack really had opportunity. I've got several pre 64 70's in .270 my favorite rifle for Caribou-Elk and smaller. I need to visit this museum, thanks for the post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scout88305 View Post
    One year flying to AK I looked at the map and noticed the Donjek river under me. I remember that name as a great sheep destination in Jacks travels. Western Yukon border. One of his books has a incredible Ram photo along with a native guide and O'connor taken along that watershed. Sheep and goat hunting was at its infancy and rugged country becoming accessible with airplanes. Old Jack really had opportunity. I've got several pre 64 70's in .270 my favorite rifle for Caribou-Elk and smaller. I need to visit this museum, thanks for the post.
    The top rifle in the pictur with lions was his model 70 270. Very nice custom job on stock.
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    They have an awsome documentory dvd on Jack at the Jack Oconnor center. Think it was like $16ish. Im sure they will ship. All their proceeds go to the center. Give them a shout folks!
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    I didn't know there was a JO'C museum in Lewiston, makes sense though.
    I hope that Salmon is keeping up with an Elmer Keith museum!
    Both led incredibly adventurous lives & wrote fascinating stories about them.
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    A few pics from the close out of my local (South African) river fishing season, mid fall beaut weather, great fishing and stunning scenery. Most memorable trip of the season was springing my not quite 3year old from school and hitting a little stream with her for the afternoon. Hunting season on the horizon.

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    Leaves are turning and timber chickens are on the agenda before the weather gets ugly. Toby and I had a good few days and found a few.

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    “We sleep safely in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.”
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    The most fun a guy can have, with great friends.
    At Peaceable Hill Farm, Shoreham VT. Glenn Symone's little piece of heaven. thanks for the smasher weekend
    Chip Mather, Chris Arno, Maine Dirt Farmer, Glenn Symone, and Gnocchi

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    ND did not disappoint if you had crop land nearby.


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    “We sleep safely in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.”
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    Deer hunt charter on Kodiak Island last month. Had a great time with 5 friends and these d
    eer are very good on the table.
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    Tagged along with my nephew and brother-in-law on their moose hunt. North of Nome near the Kuzitrin River. It’s very tasty!

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    We manage some properties in central Vermont, one is a 350 acre piece with a nice 1800's house and a long meadow. So before the first snow storm of the year -
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    It was a good day, around the fire with a bottle of Pedrocelli

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    My son got this deer a couple weeks ago

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    It was a busy hunting season for us. It started with my son shooting a 16 year old goat in Montana, an antelope trip for me in the Cub, Sitka Blacktails with Litecub, a couple of elk for my wife and I as well as whitetail bucks and a Muley for my son. The highlight for me though was helping a 17 year old local girl get her first elk.

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