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    2022 Hunting, Fishing and Outdoors

    Guess new year, new thread. Ill kick it off with a video from 1st of January where we tried to cram in as much as we could!

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    That’s living’! Life like it was meant to be. Good on ya, keep ‘em coming!

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    WOW what a spectacular video and experience! You live in a beautiful area.
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    Great Vid really enjoyed it

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    That was really well done!

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    Last September a couple of friends went out on the barren-lands northeast of Yellowknife, one with a Maule on 31's and the other with a PA-11 on floats. They got a muskox, which apparently has turned out to be a world record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NunavutPA-12 View Post
    Last September a couple of friends went out on the barren-lands northeast of Yellowknife, one with a Maule on 31's and the other with a PA-11 on floats. The PA-11 driver got a muskox, which apparently has turned out to be a world record.
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    Nunavut, are these eaten? Curious what the meat is like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout88305 View Post
    Nunavut, are these eaten? Curious what the meat is like?
    Yes. The meat can be excellent or tough as nails, like any wild game. The meat that I've had has been very good, with the fat "marbled" in the meat, unlike tasty but lean caribou meat.

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    Been to Africa hunting, hoping to return again one day.

    Nice Musk Ox!
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    Ice has been out week, Red lake did not disappoint. Dad caught his share and enjoyed the rare good weather we seem to be getting.

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    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/UbLLxgY1tKg


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    Showing fresh Walleye fillets is cruel and unusual punishment. Just add some fresh cheese curds and breaded deep fried onion rings to finish us off.

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    Could I please have a biscuit? I've been sleeping for months, and I'm very hungry!

    This guy was looking in my window at 6:45 the other day.
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    any pireps on a drop camp or semi-guided one for elk, looking to take my son's

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    Father’s Day fishing northern Alberta 3 generations in picfure

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckhunter10 View Post
    any pireps on a drop camp or semi-guided one for elk, looking to take my son's
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    ND and MN Birds

    Deer season is knocking at the door wrapping up a good fall for birds in North Dakota and my MN. backyard. Pheasant numbers were good, lots of young birds, late or 2nd hatch. SD I hear is ok as well.

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    A boat based hunt with Lilja barreled rifles. Unfortunately less deer this year likely due to winter kill on the southern portion of Kodiak.

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    Nine month old Kilo getting her first birds under the guidance of Kobuk’s ten years of hunting experience.
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    I helped my neighbor exercise his bison permit. We aged the quarters 16 days and the 6 year old bull has been very good on the table.
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    3 early season trips this year for rainbows.
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    Moose hunt

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    3 early season trips this year for rainbows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litecub View Post
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    You certainly didn't have to pack the meat very far to your camp.
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    Litecub and I had a fun hunt on Kodiak for Blacktails but as he mentioned there was significantly fewer deer where we hunted compared to other years.

    Elk season in Montana was open when I returned and I'd planned to use my trusty .338 Federal for elk. After missing a 200 yard shot on a bull, I found it was shooting off and think it probably got bumped at the floatplane base on our return from deer hunting. So the next day I hunted with a 6.5 Creedmoor loaded with 130 gr. Accubonds. Luck was with me and I slipped a bullet into the ribs at 180 yards. He was mostly facing away from me and there was a narrow window to hit without ruining some meat. The accurate Creedmoor did its part and the bull never took a step.

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    I had some fun fishing trips this summer in Montana and Idaho and caught hundreds of cutthroats on dry flies. Many with my buddy Larry from Oregon.

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    "Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything." Wyatt Earp

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    Dan, your having too much fun.


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    MN Whitetail season is over for us. Went right from fall to bitter winter these past few days. Had a great time and freezer is full.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout88305 View Post
    MN Whitetail season is over for us. Went right from fall to bitter winter these past few days. Had a great time and freezer is
    Very cool antler morphology! Congratulations.
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    Something different. A trip to Europe with a little hunting in Spain and France. Click image for larger version. 

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    Now to France for Pyrenees chamois. This is limestone and it erodes vertically, like scary steep!
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    Ten year old buck the last hour of the hunt after passing on a young one the first afternoon.
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    Nephew got his first rooster this weekend.



    Was a trooper up and down the hills given the 23 degrees and 23 mph winds.

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    Nice rifle! Mauser mark X?
    Never owned a rifle with one but I've always liked those full length (aka mannlicher) stocks.
    What's the cartridge-- round nose bullet, maybe a 7x57?
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    Husqvarna, Sweden rifle imported in US by tradewinds back in the 50s-60s. .270 Winchester shooting Federal 150 grain blue box power shok, essentially Federals Core Lokt version of Remington line. I have other rifles but this one is special. Belonged to a great friend now passed.

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    I spoke with family down in Indiana, and my 101 year old (WW2 vet) Dad got a whitetail doe with his muzzle loading rifle. I'd post the photo, but it's really not "internet worthy". My brother is a poor photographer. He hunted but didn't get anything last year when he was 100. The year before he got two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 55-PA18A View Post
    I spoke with family down in Indiana, and my 101 year old (WW2 vet) Dad got a whitetail doe with his muzzle loading rifle. I'd post the photo, but it's really not "internet worthy". My brother is a poor photographer. He hunted but didn't get anything last year when he was 100. The year before he got two.

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    That is so great! Really special.

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