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Old 03-05-2019, 8:52 PM
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Starting to see some spring Turkeys and lots of deer near my work in Portola Valley, hoping to find a rich customer with some private land that might hook it up.
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Old 03-30-2019, 7:43 PM
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Started last Thursday. Took the boat to Nacimiento Lake for the first time this year. Caught the white bass and spotted bass chasing shad in a cove. Ended up catching 60. Even caught 2 fish on one cast. One on the front hook and one on the rear hook.
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Went pig hunting on public land with a buddy Saturday. We both got pigs. He got a nice sow and I got a good boar.
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Tuesday went back to Nacimiento Lake. Caught the white bass spawning in the river. Caught 115.

Took a friend to Nacimiento Lake Thursday. Caught 75 between the two of us. Mostly white bass with a few spots thrown in.

Took a different friend to Nacimiento Lake Friday. Caught 82 between the two of us. Mostly white bass with a few spots thrown in.
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Went turkey hunting on public land this morning. Got a tom around 7:00AM.

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Can't wait to get out again and see if the streak is still going. It's great having a flexible semi-retired schedule.
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Old 03-30-2019, 7:52 PM
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^^^^ dang. That was a productive run.

And you got a good decision in a court case in standard cap mags while you were out.

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Turkey #2 today.
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Looking forward to nice weather again although I did fish in the snow on Clear Lake a few years back...
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[IMG][/IMG]Got this little hog near Lake San Antonio hunting on private land.

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I went to Namibia with a friend, 7 days and 23 animals between us. I took 5 Springbok, 6 Gemsbok and a black wildebeest.















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Not my bragging rights. Today I found out my friend had a blackout and died while spearfishing in Mexico.

Awesome diver and person. Took 2nd in nationals.


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Not my bragging rights. Today I found out my friend had a blackout and died while spearfishing in Mexico.

Awesome diver and person. Took 2nd in nationals.


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Grandson with nice stringer of bass from farm pond in SW Colorado. All caught on Storm 2Ē plastic shad.
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Arrowed him opening morning at 6:15 in B4. Such a stud for a coastal buck and one of the biggest I've ever laid eyes on. I'd seen him 26 days before the opener and then once the evening before the 27th! Going to mount him for sure.




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Nice rack billygoat.

No bragging for me. Happy to have filled my seer tag. Drew an early season rifle hunt with a long season. Last week was my planned hunt but even after hiking 36 miles over 3 days, I wasn't successful.

After work tonight I ran up to a spot that is about 90 minutes away for an evening hunt. Heading up the dirt road and what do I see? It was a small buck, but it was legal and since my planned hunt was over, selectiveness was gone.

Stopped the truck and made my way off the road to be legal. Double lung with a suppressed 6.5 creedmore and that was out. Got home before dark.

Dove opens Sunday then quail. Antelope open but not hunting that until October.

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Wow, super buck BillyGoatMachine.

I shot this decent forked horn Friday morning literally 1/2 hour before sunrise. A zone, Mendocino Co. Private land hunt. I'll be hunting for a big buck for the rest of the season. Of course "big" changes the closer we get to closing...

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Picked up some fish while up in Alaska.

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Nice rack billygoat.

No bragging for me. Happy to have filled my seer tag. Drew an early season rifle hunt with a long season. Last week was my planned hunt but even after hiking 36 miles over 3 days, I wasn't successful.

After work tonight I ran up to a spot that is about 90 minutes away for an evening hunt. Heading up the dirt road and what do I see? It was a small buck, but it was legal and since my planned hunt was over, selectiveness was gone.

Stopped the truck and made my way off the road to be legal. Double lung with a suppressed 6.5 creedmore and that was out. Got home before dark.


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Very nice. As much as I love a big set of horns and this years archery buck might be my deer of a lifetime, meat is always my top priority. My family eats 90% wild game year round with the exception of bacon and the occasional hotdogs. Meat in the freezer has its own set of accomplishments. And boy do I wish I could hunt with my suppressor here in Ca. Im and SOT taxpayer so its demo/range toy only. Congrats on filling your freezer.


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Wow, super buck BillyGoatMachine.

I shot this decent forked horn Friday morning literally 1/2 hour before sunrise. A zone, Mendocino Co. Private land hunt. I'll be hunting for a big buck for the rest of the season. Of course "big" changes the closer we get to closing...
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Very nice. As much as I love a big set of horns and this years archery buck might be my deer of a lifetime, meat is always my top priority. My family eats 90% wild game year round with the exception of bacon and the occasional hotdogs. Meat in the freezer has its own set of accomplishments. And boy do I wish I could hunt with my suppressor here in Ca. Im and SOT taxpayer so its demo/range toy only. Congrats on filling your freezer.









Thank you and Congratulations on your deer. He's a dandy!
Food is definitely the motivator. The only bummer about a small buck is the amount of freezer space it doesn't take up. The upside is the meat should be good. I have 8 more meat tags in Wyoming to top the freezers off and a bull elk tag as well so meat should be good for the year.

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3x3 buck shot right outside of city limit on private land in Santa Clara county. Harvested right around sun rise on Sunday.

He is the only legal buck I saw on the property the entire season and during the preseason scouting. It is a resident deer that lives uphill on neighbor's land. Saw him a total of three times during about 15 trips but he never came down to the property I hunt. Saw tons of does and fawns and one spike buck during the season.

On Sunday morning he apparently trotted downhill in pursuit of a doe. That's when he met Mr. Barnes...

This is my first blacktail. Definitely feel very lucky.
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3x3 buck shot right outside of city limit on private land in Santa Clara county. Harvested right around sun rise on Sunday.
holy cow! great harvest!
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Added a couple does to the freezer. ID10T error cost me 2 more.

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A small but mighty buck. I hunted 6 days and hiked well over 40 miles to find him on a hillside 50 yards off the road.

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