huntin pics....

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  1. working-mom

    working-mom Registered Redneck Woman

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    The guys over on the single tree said I had betterpost these over here. :rolleyes:

    This deer was taken with the rifle that took him at 125 yards first shot of the season for me. The rifle is a youth model 243, it fits me very well and the shorter barrel doesn't kick me near as hard as my old 270 does. Then he (the deer) had to take a swan dive down into the ravine and with no way to get down there with a vehicle I hauled him up one step at a time with a rope.
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    This was my first turkey taken in 2003, he is kinda small but was tender none the less. I haven't taken a Wyoming turkey yet as I haven't scouted places to hunt yet.
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  2. shadowwalker

    shadowwalker Well-Known Member

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    Good going girl I lived in powell for a few years. And hunted the area's northwest of cody and east of lovell for years before and after that. It is/was good hunting. Ever tried pheasant hunting over by lovell?
     

  3. Bearfootfarm

    Bearfootfarm Hello, hello....is there anybody in there.....? Supporter

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    NICE deer!! Congratulations!
     
  4. moonwolf

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    you da woman. rednecker and all, with baseball cap and gleam of tropies! Lol.

    Nice turkey. I'd prefer the tender ones myself for good eating. Heck with those tough tom's. I might have missed it, but where did you shoot that turkey. I mean what state? and what did you use to kill it, a .22 or shotgun?
    specifics, girl! please?
     
  5. working-mom

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    I took it in the panhandle of Nebraska with my single shot el cheapo 20 gauge lol!!
    The man whose place I hunted is now deceased but there are others there who have turkeys!
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  6. working-mom

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    Nope I haven't taken a pheasant yet, seen a few in Nebraska but never had the oportunity to shoot one. The guys usually had me go through the bushes to get them to flush. I have taken a dove though, only one and one shot.
    I live just outside of Powell in Garland, so I have been hunting a few place in the oil patches lol!
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  7. working-mom

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    Here is a nice big black crappie taken outta a "lake" in Nebraska too...
    Have I mentioned that I need to get a new camera??
    lol
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    edited to add: WOW I guess I didn't realize I had lost that much weight but geez, I look like I looked when I was prego lol!! I am not that big now....
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  8. moonwolf

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    you're just giving excuses to make that big crappie look small. LOL. :p
    They are sure fun to catch, aren't they...and good eating too.
     
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    Here is a 13 inch trout I took out of the Beartooth Mtn range right up the road from the Top of The World store in the creek called Little Bear. This was taken last summer '06.
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    Here is a nice picture of Sunlight creek I am staning in the middle and looking East and down stream.
     
  11. Rockin'B

    Rockin'B Well-Known Member

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    Very cool pics!

    I'm impressed that you hauled that deer out of the ravine like that.

    I hate dragging deer.
     
  12. moonwolf

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    that's a very nice scenic picture of Sunlight creek. :cool: It looks beautiful there!
     
  13. big rockpile

    big rockpile If I need a Shelter

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    Pretty Dear!! Oh nice looking Buck too!! :p

    big rockpile
     
  14. working-mom

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    Way to go! Your trophies all look great, especially your buck!
     
  16. uncle Will in In.

    uncle Will in In. Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I'd love to have a large copy of your creek picture hanging on our wall. Just plum beautiful