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Old 02-15-2009, 9:23 PM
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Any dog that dosent want to hunt just dosent. its the dogs choice. Like the saying goes "you cant make a dog hunt". Like I have said before. I take all the best precautitions for my dogs. I buy the best most expensive protective vests for them, feed them the best food I can afford, keep them in the best physical shape. I have invested in the best field medical kit that would rival an ambulance. These dogs take a huge ammount of time and training. Nothing makes me more proud than watching them work. They are happyest in the field doing what they love. If i stopped hunting today It would break my heart watching them sit at home doing nothing. I dont believe for a minute they hunt for me. Most of the time im hunting for them.
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no white sea bass photos so here you go
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guess i didnt do that right...got attatched not inserted ..oh well .. the other photo in my 12 year olds pig
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ok, so here are some pics from my last hunt - The large animal is a Nilgai - an exotic that runs wild in South Texas. They are an antelope from Indian/Pakistan, that escaped a zoo train or something 100 years ago and now they're wild down there. They are probably the best tasting game animal around. They're very wary animals, and don't usually let you get too close - this one was just out of luck, the wind was blowing and he didn't hear us as we closed in on him from the Humvee/Striker shooting platform. 2 shooters, one dead Nilgai Bull. This is the first one that I've been able to kill - I shot one other one, and we tracked it for over a mile, with no body...this one was dead in 15 yards of where it was shot.




Also a pic of my Jan Deer kill that I got back from the Taxidermist - my best ever-
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if that 236lbs im guessing your 450lbs.
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reead my replies to your abuse comment, youll see why im frurstrated.
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Theres nothing wrong with a dog earning its feed. Besides hunting pigs for dogs is like chasing a fat ham.
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Here I'll put some pics of my 8 year old up.





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Hey Blue are those the perc ponds in cambell?
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Rite on i thought it looked familiar. You ever go when they have their once a year kid fishing thing when there are about 200 + people there? Haha it's a zoo but the kids enjoy it.
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Rite on i thought it looked familiar. You ever go when they have their once a year kid fishing thing when there are about 200 + people there? Haha it's a zoo but the kids enjoy it.
LOL yea I do, that's where the trout pics came from. We got there early and it was already a zoo. By 7:30am people were shoulder to shoulder. My kid loves fishing for the little bass, I swear he catches the same 10 fish every time. I caught an 11" bass up at Stevens Creek and he about had a heart attack over how "huge" it was
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haha my kids first trout was an stevens creek, he was so proud. (like 12")
he begged me to le him keep it and eat it, then on our next trip i saw the do not eat the fish signs
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haha my kids first trout was an stevens creek, he was so proud. (like 12")
he begged me to le him keep it and eat it, then on our next trip i saw the do not eat the fish signs
Eh, I don't buy too much into the mercury trip. They're planter trout up there, and how often do you really eat the fish you catch? Most of the time we throw them back. I don't think a few fish a year will hurt anything.
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Yeah, that's what i figured he hasn't dropped dead yet so I'm sure its alright. We throw them back most of the time too.
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Yeah, that's what i figured he hasn't dropped dead yet so I'm sure its alright. We throw them back most of the time too.
Next time you guys go up there let me know. He's been buggin me to go again. Although whens the last time they planted up there?
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Here's a pic thats a few years old from Stevens Creek. The date on my camera was wrong.



The awesome boat launch sank while we were out

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Haha that launch is great. Yeah I'll let you know. Maybe after this weather clears up, I believe they only stock during the spring. I don't remember where but there is a website that tells you when and how much and what they stocked. Loch lomand is a good place to go fishing too, its in felton IIRC.
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Bigboarstopper,

Do you breed or have a line on Reds??? I have been admiring your big boy above..I would love to have one just like him. Or two for that matter. PM me if you do. I would appreciate it and they would have a good home and good hunting to look forward to.

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ahh must be red nose pit. He came from the pound, We called him buba, Most gentile pit ive ever seen. easy on the leash. We thought he was retarted a little though. He was attacked by another much smaller pittbull once and got his butt kicked. He didnt fight back. we couldnt find him at the hog and we thought the dogs caught another hog. Some guy who came with us had brought his new pitt and it worked him over. Kind of a good thing though i guess we knew for absolute that he wasnt a dog fighter after that. Hes long gone. he died few years back. Got himself cancer i think. I wasnt his owner. I borrowed him from a friend when I didnt have a catch dog. I seen that dog eat his food and then **** into the bowl before he was done chewing his food. I think he was a little touched.
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Here's one of the best bragging pictures ever. My then 4 year old grand daughter with her first fish, a sandshark off of Gaviota pier.
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One shot, one kill, one hog

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

270 Winchester @ about 70 yards.

Thats how you do it , no dogs.

IMO, might as well hunt at the zoo if your gonna use dogs.
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I've never hunted pigs with dogs, as long as you know what to do if one gets hurt and take the proper precautions like those collar guards and such I dont see a problem with it. I have used my Brittany Spaniels for pheasant hunting however, and I can tell you watching the dogs work and have fun out in the field is way more enjoyable and entertaining than shootin the birds. I would imagine it would be the same way with pig hunting.
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IMO, might as well hunt at the zoo if your gonna use dogs.
Unless you strip down naked walk to your hunting spot and kill it with your bare hands its not fair chase.
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I've never hunted pigs with dogs, as long as you know what to do if one gets hurt and take the proper precautions like those collar guards and such I dont see a problem with it. I have used my Brittany Spaniels for pheasant hunting however, and I can tell you watching the dogs work and have fun out in the field is way more enjoyable and entertaining than shootin the birds. I would imagine it would be the same way with pig hunting.
I have no doubt in my mind that it is most likely very enjoyable watching your pet go to work for you and im sure many pet owners get a huge amount of satisfaction from it, but like i said, IMO, there isnt anymore sport to hunting bear or pig with dogs than signing up for a hunt and killing em on private property.

We have the same things were I live, a guy up the road for me raises pigs, huge ones, then lets them go on private property for paid hunts. Stupidest thing Ive every seen, and ive seen alot of stupid things.

You really want to know how good you are, try bear hunting or pig hunting without the dogs, and then ill show respect. To me , using dogs, hell, might as well use a helicopter like they do on hunts in alaska. How can that be construed as fun? So you can brag you shot this big bull, but leave out the part where the guy gave you the gps cordinates that led you right to them? That aint hunting in my mind. YMMV.

From my own experience, hunting bear is pretty easy without the dogs, I have no idea why you would to make it any easier. As for pigs, they can be harder, but pig aint much different than deer around my parts for hunting, well, maybe a bit harder than deer, but not by much. A few friends hunt turkey, and ive been told thats pretty tough hunting.

do have a dog story though....

Last month i was in the hills riding my quad with some friends just screwing around, 3 guys come up in a beat up POS pickup with the bed /hood converted for dogs for hunting bear/pig/cats/whatever... all 3 looked like they had sex with their mom, and there was no doubt in my mind these guys poach bear, probably for the bladders, so they can have a income other than collecting welfare. You know how you can just tell some people are shady? Thats the feeling we all got, but anyway, they stopped and asked us if they saw any dogs, and that they lost 2. They had the antenna for the radio freq collars hanging out the window, and we heard em driving around slow for a bit before we took off. We got a real strange vibe off them. Every time we asked a question they were real evasive, and didnt want to tell us anything..then they contridicted themselves.. they were up to something shady.

Anyway, not saying that people using dogs are derilects, because there are plenty of nice hardworking people I know that use dogs, and for whatever reason they believe in using them for hunting. I just dont subscribe to that theory. i just thought id share that story, thats all.
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No dogs used!
Drove my 40,000 dollar truck to the ranch drove around on my 7,000 dollar quad. Spotted these using my 60 power swarovski ST80 and 10X ELs then shot them with my 4,000 dollar custom 300WBY mag. Fair chase baby!



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Unless you strip down naked walk to your hunting spot and kill it with your bare hands its not fair chase.
Sort of like the guys in other states that have treestands with salt lick blocks and doe attractant all over the place and then talk about what great hunters they are?
The same ones that put feed out for weeks before hunting season to get the game there, some even put the camera in the tree to catch the times they come by. I mean, cmon, we cant be inconveinenced by wasting half our day waiting for that deer to come by. Lets get that time frame narrowed down to a few hour window so I can get back home, get on the internet and brag about the big buck we got!

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Last month i was in the hills riding my quad with some friends just screwing around, 3 guys come up in a beat up POS pickup with the bed /hood converted for dogs for hunting bear/pig/cats/whatever... all 3 looked like they had sex with their mom, and there was no doubt in my mind these guys poach bear, probably for the bladders, so they can have a income other than collecting welfare. You know how you can just tell some people are shady? Thats the feeling we all got, but anyway, they stopped and asked us if they saw any dogs, and that they lost 2. They had the antenna for the radio freq collars hanging out the window, and we heard em driving around slow for a bit before we took off. We got a real strange vibe off them. Every time we asked a question they were real evasive, and didnt want to tell us anything..then they contridicted themselves.. they were up to something shady.

Bobcat is in season. Not many bears moving this time of year and they are out of season. They could have been running a lion.
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Last month i was in the hills riding my quad with some friends just screwing around, 3 guys come up in a beat up POS pickup with the bed /hood converted for dogs for hunting bear/pig/cats/whatever... all 3 looked like they had sex with their mom, and there was no doubt in my mind these guys poach bear, probably for the bladders, so they can have a income other than collecting welfare. You know how you can just tell some people are shady? Thats the feeling we all got, but anyway, they stopped and asked us if they saw any dogs, and that they lost 2. They had the antenna for the radio freq collars hanging out the window, and we heard em driving around slow for a bit before we took off. We got a real strange vibe off them. Every time we asked a question they were real evasive, and didnt want to tell us anything..then they contridicted themselves.. they were up to something shady.

Bobcat is in season. Not many bears moving this time of year and they are out of season. They could have been running a lion.
Got no love for the big cats, so that doesen't bother me one bit if thats what they were doing.
The thing that pisses me off is how can DFG have no season for mountain lion when the mountain lion is the only animal around here that has NO natural predaters? I dont get it at all. But then again, their gonna cancel salmon season again and screw us, but its still ok in the delta and the indians can keep all the gill netting going all they want. Makes no sense.
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I got this one with my bow but I am looking forward to go on a hog hunt with dogs in the near future




Hey, I don't know if some of you are PETA members on this site but let me know if you are

I know I am new here but I do want to say something about some of the negative talk about hunting with dogs. Please don't talk trash on someone else's hunting method. All hunters should support other hunters regardless of method (as long as it is legal) as well as all other shooting sports.

We all should support other methods of hunting such as with dogs or birds of prey or we may all loose. It's like some bowhunters that think that shooting with a gun is not sporting or some guys thinking that taking a 500 yard + shot is not challenging.

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Damn man what happend to the other truck you had like that? It was charcoal/metallic green or something. That was a sweet rig.
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Who cares how pigs are hunted. They shouldnt be here anyways. I dont see why we cant hunt them at night or use feed. I probably wouldnt do it but i wouldnt judge the person that did.
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Custom Pre 64 Winchester Model 70 25-06 120gn HP loaded in 1972
Distance of shot via my GPS .22 mile. I held in front of his nose and top of horn high. Spine shot and dropped straight down. We could not find a bullet hole until we had him skinned. Fjold took the photo.
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A lot of nice photos and thank you for sharing for them.

I've always been of the mindset that trophy photos should be staged to afford the the greatest dignity to the game. Try to make them look like they're asleep.

Putting in a stick to prop open the bear's mouth and photos with the grass and twigs coming out of a pig's mouth is poor photography IMO.
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