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Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by muddydog, Aug 29, 2004.

  1. muddydog

    muddydog

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    here is one..
    taken in Oct 93 with a .50 renegade at about 10 yards over a scrape.
    90gr BP, 385 gr buffalo bullet. the bullet had flattened into a minimal rear core with a frontal widened and flattened to over 1 inch wide found underneath the hide on the opposite rib cage.

    my first deer i ever shot with a minnie ball type projectile. i can only imagine the brutality of the civil war..with soldiers using them.

    22pt (11Rx11L) 138lb (dressed)
    i hunted him for 3 years. he was on his downhill slide, his rack had declined from 3 years before aged at 7-8 y/o.

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  2. stk10767

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  5. RJ Schuknecht

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    How about one still on the hoof.

    <a href="http://www.hunt101.com/?p=148384&c=500&z=1" title="Hosted Free at Hunt101.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.hunt101.com/img/148384.jpg" border="0"></a>
     
  6. muddydog

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    ok...

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    here is a bear we trapped for research. a 125lb youngin...
     
  7. TScottW99

    TScottW99 NRA Life Member

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    A three year old gobbler from the spring 03' season.......


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    Darn instant camera didn't take a good picture though ;g
     
  8. redhawk44p

    redhawk44p Millennium Member

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  9. Michigun

    Michigun Miss Michigan?

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    A "thinning out the heard" January 2003 hunt at a private buffalo ranch here in Michigan.

    Used my Beretta 390 12-guage with a Leupold scoped aftermarket Hastings fully-rifled slug barrel. Ammo was Federal's 1oz 3" Barn's Expander Copper Solids.

    A "one shot stop"! ^c
     
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    fireslayer23 Roadwhore

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    My 160", 10 point, Kansas whitetail from last year.

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  11. NYGunman

    NYGunman o.oO0Oo.oO0Oo.o

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    Here is a pretty large salmon I caught on 9/3/2004 on the Salmon River in Upstate NY. It weighed around 30 pounds and is almost 3 1/2 feet long. I would have had it mounted if it was 5 pounds heavier and a male.

    I used an 8 wt fly rod and a black wooly bugger.

    <img src=http://glocktalk.com/attachment.php?s=&postid=3007045>
     
  12. NYGunman

    NYGunman o.oO0Oo.oO0Oo.o

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    No need to download this. I attached the picture in the previous post using this url.
     
  13. NYGunman

    NYGunman o.oO0Oo.oO0Oo.o

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    This one is of my buddy and his first salmon. It was a small hen about 16 to 20 pounds.
     
  14. striderglock

    striderglock HVACR

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    NYgunman, you catch those big salmon out of that little stream?
     
  15. muddydog

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    NYG...those fish were awesome..

    props for using a flyrod...

    just so i prove i hunt other things besides whitetails..
    here is a pic of me and my duckhound.."JAZZ". a wicked duck hound she is...

    blind retrieves out to around 250 yards..on a good day without too much wind..never actually had to use her that far hunting. rock steady and silent in the bind.

    she retrieved 77 teal in one morning for 19 hunters.

    i cant fish too much due to my hunting affliction...and being married.
    my wife has said that if i took up serious fishing..she'd be gone.
    LoL.......

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  16. vafish

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    This one was good eating!

    No horns, shot it on a Damage Control Permit on a local organic farm. They don't like using chemicals and pesticides, but they don't mind me using a little lead to thin out their deer.
     
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    This one was from 2002
     
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    Feral Hog shooting in
    Australia
     
  19. NYGunman

    NYGunman o.oO0Oo.oO0Oo.o

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    Sometimes. There were a few fish in there but not in large numbers. Once it gets colder with a bit of rain and the main salmon run hits, that small creel will be packed with salmon. Actually on that day I was fishing the Salmon River which is a lot bigger and you can't see in the picture. That creek is a tributary and I was at the mouth.

    The best way I can describe salmon fishing is that it is like attaching a medium size dog to your fishing line. They run and run and are hard to control. Catching fish in that creek is not as easy as it looks. You have to contend with logjams, swift current and jagged, but slippery rocks. It is awesome!
    :cool: ;f

    Jim
     
  20. NYGunman

    NYGunman o.oO0Oo.oO0Oo.o

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    Thanks, lol. You sound like my buddy NYRedneck. He has a wife, child and a job that seriously hinders his fishing and hunting time. But on the other hand, I see you have enough time to get some nice deer!;f