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main stand

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I really miss hunting this creek. 50yds from the mouth of a river and loaded with beaver dams. Always had new wood ducks every day. Had a scotch triple on a flock of teal that buzzed me low to the water
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Love it. 2018 rifle deer season on the Missouri ozarks. Gods country
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wood spot - pop up blind - 30-30 iron sights.

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Whoops...missed the no animals part
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Coyote calling stand.

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I like big bullets

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Eta: I lost more money on a bet on that optic, than it cost.
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We came across this old graveyard while hunting.  It’s just outside the boundaries of Quantico.
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A little help please?
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That reciever/handguard combo...
Very, very nice!
Really cool thread idea OP.
Lots of awesome pics!
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Originally Posted By Maverick52:
And if were including fishing...

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Aquatic hunting!
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A little help please?
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Looks like the results of a broadlhead hit.
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@Rocklock
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After the morning hunt...I was back at the cabin, and this guy shows up.



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Originally Posted By Default-Gateway:

Savage 99. I used to have one in 303 savage.
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Wow, my best friend collects M99's and I have not seen one in such pristine shape.

That is a beautiful lever gun right there.
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She's a sweetie for sure.  1928 take down in .300 Savage.  I sold it.

Hunting with the hound:




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Racoon hunting on a COLD -20deg morning


Prairie Dog "hunting" on a HOT 100+deg afternoon
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@cms81586

How long does it take to get to the other side?
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Sometimes you find things in the oddest places...
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Sometimes you find yourself in beautiful places...
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Sometimes you find yourself in miserable places...
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Sometimes you find yourself in dangerous places...
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Sometimes you find yourself in a memory...
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Well said.

What part of WI are you in?
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Stuck in the mud
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Not dead. Though at 6'5" and with hands that can palm a basketball, my son makes that 7 lb bass look tiny.

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Adirondacks last June.


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Originally Posted By superspud:
wood spot - pop up blind - 30-30 iron sights.

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That's not "Hunting", that's spawn camping.
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We came across this old graveyard while hunting.  It’s just outside the boundaries of Quantico.
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We came across this old graveyard while hunting.  It’s just outside the boundaries of Quantico.



We came across this one during an Elk hunt.

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Oscar Shultz was born in 1896 in Germany and migrated to America where he settled in Arizona. When Oscar's mother, still residing in Germany, needed money, Oscar decided that the best and easiest way to obtain some for her was to become an outlaw and take what was needed from others. On his first attempt at the easy money, he rode his horse onto the highway near Springerville, Arizona and stopped a car. After taking the fellow's wallet, Oscar was so disgusted that the man had less than $5.00, he put the money back. In the excitement of being robbed, the man did not realize he still had his money and reported the robbery to the sheriff of St. Johns, Arizona and a posse was soon hot after Oscar. When the posse got close, Oscar jumped off his horse and hid in a tree. In an effort to cover more ground, the posse scattered out and the sheriff happened to ride under the tree where Oscar was hiding. Oscar jumped out of the tree and took the sheriff's horse at gunpoint and made his escape. After hiding out for the night near Nutrioso, Arizona, a friend hid Oscar in a wagon, drove him out of town, and gave him a horse. Oscar fled to the small town of McNary, Arizona and at that point decided to rob the bank. Getting just over a hundred dollars he made his escape down into the Big Lake area. Now there was a large posse looking for Oscar and he was running as fast as he could. Deep into the forest he hid out for the night with a ranger in his lookout station. Two members of the posse, having followed Oscar's trail, arrived at the station before Oscar could leave the next morning and ordered Oscar to come out. Oscar was such a dangerous criminal, that even though he came out unarmed they shot and killed him. The posse members strapped Oscar's body on the back of his horse and started back to town. After about two days they realized they had some distance to cover, the weather in mid-May was getting warm, and the body was beginning to deteriorate. So they buried Oscar in an isolated grave in a remote area. And yes, the mother was still in need of money.

The grave can be found at the junction of Forest Roads 276 and 2767. You will need a good map, the roads are gravel and sometimes rough, but the family sedan can make the trip. And it is certainly worth the drive. It is a remote and beautiful area of Eastern Arizona near New Mexico.
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