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    Here is my biggest buck yet, even had my hunting partner with me. Didn't think I was going to go as I had to take her to a B-day party that evening. As we passed our hunting spot she wanted to go see some "deers". Of course I said yes and we got lucky, no trail camera pics at all, he scored 149 3/8 gross, 142 6/8 net. Name:  alaina deer.jpg
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    Here is last weeks trip, we shot two of the best cotton tails ever. I had a awesome season with my new hunting partner Name:  IMG_4464.jpg
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    dang some nice looking trophies.... but I think I was more comfortable not know what most of you looked like!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Albus View Post
    dang some nice looking trophies.... but I think I was more comfortable not know what most of you looked like!!
    ha ha ha ha ! just for that im gonna post my last 2 Blacktails, if u look closely at first pic, u might notice blood between my eyes coming from under my hat, someone might have gotten excited and scoped himself.

    NW Oregon Coast Range Blacktails

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    2015 buck was a 3x2 with 2 inch eye guards, 2016 was a perfect 3x3 with no eye guards , 2015 was a thicker heavier horn , but 2016 buck had longer back tines and was a taller and wider spread, love them both don't have a favorite
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  4. #454
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    Well, I see i'll only be brining the average down across the board but what the hell. All are from Montana, East and West of the Divide.

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    2007 Antelope, Browning A Bolt, 300 WSM (overkill I know but I had to try out the new rifle), 180 Yard shot. Not a giant but my biggest.

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    2008 Mule Deer, Remington model 600 .243, jumped the buck just after splitting up with my Dad to walk a side coulee. 100 yard shot. Gross score right at 160

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    September 8, 2010 Whitetail, Hunted this deer for two years before sealing the deal. 9 yard shot with a Hoyt. Buck grosses 151 and nets 148 2/8

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    September 19, 2010 Bull Elk, Spotted this bull from a mile out, he had a small herd of cows and was breeding one repeatedly, this guy was fired up! Snuck as close as I could into the sagebrush meadow and waited for "the cow" to come by. He followed and I shot him at 47 Yards. 310 gross, 307 net.
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  5. #455
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    Missoula Folks will get a kick out of this one. Before Pattee Canyon was the recreation area it is today, folks used to hunt up there. Here's my Grandfather in 1961 with a real beauty of a Mule Deer!

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    Shiras moose upgrade.

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    "...the world outside, which my brother and I soon discovered, was full of bastards, the number increasing rapidly the farther one gets from Missoula, Montana." -Norman Maclean

    "They were still so young they hadn't learned to count the odds and to sense they might owe the universe a tragedy"
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    I don't know what it is but the darker antlers from Blacktails and Roosevelt just seem more impressive.

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    I have killed a whole pile of antelope, all over the western states but my best comes from my home state of Cali....will probably only get to hunt them here once in my life. 2014 far northern California goat. Just under 80".

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixPoint View Post
    Missoula Folks will get a kick out of this one. Before Pattee Canyon was the recreation area it is today, folks used to hunt up there. Here's my Grandfather in 1961 with a real beauty of a Mule Deer!

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    That's awesome Logan. Look at the neck on that thing.

    I was cruising through the Montana record book and found the name of an older guy I knew. Non-Typical mule deer 230"- Missoula County. Next time I saw him I asked about it, and it turned out he shot it where the prospect subdivision is, within shooting distance of the RMEF headquarters.
    -Hater

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    Since this went around last time I've upgraded my mule deer-



    And added moose and caribou-



    -Hater

  11. #461
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy11 View Post
    That's awesome Logan. Look at the neck on that thing.

    I was cruising through the Montana record book and found the name of an older guy I knew. Non-Typical mule deer 230"- Missoula County. Next time I saw him I asked about it, and it turned out he shot it where the prospect subdivision is, within shooting distance of the RMEF headquarters.
    That's incredible! I've heard stories from "back in the day" around Missoula. Pretty crazy to think about.

    Those are some very impressive critters you've added by the way!

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    Colorado Archery Elk

    Montana Rifle Bear
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    "The story goes that he was a man of proper wit and adventurous spirit, suited to the mountains" Jeremiah Johnson

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    I don't really care if I ever kill a bear, but if I do, I want it to be one like that.

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    Montana 2015
    Shy over 160", 156" after deductions
    Browning A-Bolt .300 win mag
    150 yards
    2 mile pack in one trip
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    No matter how good or bad the hunting is, never forget where you are.

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    WOW!! That is what my DREAMS are made of !!!!! Great job!


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    I have only been chasing "big game" for a year, so my list is short.
    Wy Pronghorn solo backpack style with zero points.
    Whitetail in KS with a bow near the end of season.
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