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Old 02-06-2009, 3:59 PM
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I dont know, i think i have have you by .05 oz or so...i would have to put it back on the scale to be sure.


You can catch millions of these in the summer at kelly lake, near lake valley resivor. I take the little ones in my family up there when we all stay at valley. They have a blast hookin these guys.


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My first Colorado elk in my third trip out. This was a public land fair chase hunt, no farm or paid guide. We went 4 for 4 that year as you can see the view out the back of my truck.
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He's joking about the smily faces in your pictures. In the k-mart commercials there is the smily face that goes around "rolling back prices."

At least that what i think.
I do believe it is Wal*Mart
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Old 02-06-2009, 5:53 PM
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Hows this for bragging rights..

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I do believe it is Wal*Mart

Yep, my bad. No wonder no one got it. Of course I try not to go in either store much.

Here's my Springbok that I took in the Kalahari Desert last year.

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Fjold - Could you PLEASE stop posting all these pics. I am tired of the jealousy that instantly jumps in my throat at these great hunts. It truly is not fair to do such a thing
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Fjold - wow, beautiful critter. Did you get to keep any trophy from it? I've heard that a lot of times hunters don't get to bring anything back from Africa, except pictures.
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My first Colorado elk in my third trip out. This was a public land fair chase hunt, no farm or paid guide. We went 4 for 4 that year as you can see the view out the back of my truck.
What area in CO.?
I wish I had a freezer full of Elk steaks, good for you.
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I dont know, i think i have have you by .05 oz or so...i would have to put it back on the scale to be sure.


You can catch millions of these in the summer at kelly lake, near lake valley resivor. I take the little ones in my family up there when we all stay at valley. They have a blast hookin these guys.




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Some browns from early this year.








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^ Great; my fiancee saw this and now is bugging me to fry her up some trout.
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^ Great; my fiancee saw this and now is bugging me to fry her up some trout.


Well you had better get out and go catch some then
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Nothing better than fresh trout for breakfast.
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I wish I had a freezer full of Elk steaks, good for you.
Meeker area and the Flat Top Wilderness.
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ole bean got one just on front of her cut collar. never hunt hounds with out one.[IMG][/IMG]
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I hope you shoot dead the animal that is responsible for that!
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yup, you can kinda see its cold dead body in the background
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yup, you can kinda see its cold dead body in the background
lol, nice
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Even with balistic and even bullet proof collars and vests. things can go bad. Always vest and Cut collar your dogs
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Fjold - wow, beautiful critter. Did you get to keep any trophy from it? I've heard that a lot of times hunters don't get to bring anything back from Africa, except pictures.
A lot of people after a couple of trips to Africa do that but this was my first trip so I had all the big horns done as european mounts (horns and skulls on plaques) along with the tusks of the warthog, I had the zebra skin turned into a felt backed rug and I had a shoulder mount done of this Steenbok.


My Steenbok from last year also:

Here's the hole that a 375 H&H Mag leaves at 100 yards;
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what do you guys do with the bear? eat it? hunt it for the fur?

im not a hunter so i just dont know. i only use my weapons for shooting paper and protection. but then again, i live in los angeles
The bear we got was eaten and the skin was taken as the trophey - and is now a rug. Bear actually tastes very good. At least the one I've eaten did. I think that it probably depends on what their diet is made up of as well - I've heard that northern coastal bears that eat a lot of fish taste nasty. The one I ate was an inland bear.
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Even with balistic and even bullet proof collars and vests. things can go bad. Always vest and Cut collar your dogs
You would have loved my last trip to Texas this week - I killed 10 nice hogs - one of which had clearly been in a tussle with some dogs - a nice 250lb boar. My buddy and I got on them with the AR's out in the middle of a semi-dry lake bed - they were about 400-500 yards to the shore where they could get cover - and we had 25 and 30 round mags (i was shooting a 6.8, so 25 for me). We got to about 250 yards and then lit them up. F-U-N!!!!
The 2 of us shot 10 pigs in 2 hours, then we got a few more the next day and a couple more on the last day. I was in hog heaven.
The guide that works for us out there is a Dog-Hog guy and was pretty happy to see that big dead boar in the middle of the lake.

I'm hoping that we'll be able to get out next month and take the night vision scopes out and really get on them. My buddy that lives there is talking about maybe getting a silencer too...winning combination. I LOVE TEXAS, why can't California follow their excellent example.
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great thing about bullies though...he/she probly didn't feel it and probly still wanted part of the action. They always just keep going....



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I was in Namibia and at one of the lodges there were the graves of three of his dogs that they've buried in the last few years.
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One shot, one kill, one hog

236 lbs. & no dogs used (or abused).

270 Winchester @ about 70 yards.

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if that 236lbs im guessing your 450lbs.
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my dogs have never been abused. they love it.
mine too.

All necessary precautions are taken to protect them.

You can see the cut vests and collars in the pics, thats the best you can really do. The dogs love it, If they don't then they aren't much for hunting, and they don't get taken out.

All the dogs that bay, live to bay. period.
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