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Old 11-18-2018, 05:51 PM   #176 (permalink)
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11-17-18 - It was an interesting morning. I had deer blowing as I walked in and got settled. Had two flocks of hen turkeys that were fighting with each other. Had a 6pt and an 8pt walk in right around day break.

Then I killed this joker at around 7 yards at 6:50. He snuck in checked a scrape and then hit a licking branch and I shot him with a Savage 30-06 using 150gr core-lokt taking out both lungs. He ran down hill toward my truck about 150 yards or so. I was able to drive up the logging road and load him up. It was a good day to be in the woods.
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Old 11-19-2018, 05:17 PM   #178 (permalink)
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Got this guy this afternoon. Only had three legs.

Shot him at 160 yards, 6.8spc, 110grn Sierra Pro Hunter SP. Ran 30 yards and died.

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Got this guy this afternoon. Only had three legs.

Shot him at 160 yards, 6.8spc, 110grn Sierra Pro Hunter SP. Ran 30 yards and died.

nice looking abby normal buck.
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Old 11-23-2018, 09:12 PM   #180 (permalink)
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11-17-18 - It was an interesting morning. I had deer blowing as I walked in and got settled. Had two flocks of hen turkeys that were fighting with each other. Had a 6pt and an 8pt walk in right around day break.

Then I killed this joker at around 7 yards at 6:50. He snuck in checked a scrape and then hit a licking branch and I shot him with a Savage 30-06 using 150gr core-lokt taking out both lungs. He ran down hill toward my truck about 150 yards or so. I was able to drive up the logging road and load him up. It was a good day to be in the woods.
Wow that sounds like an awesome day!! Great buck!

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Got this guy this afternoon. Only had three legs.

Shot him at 160 yards, 6.8spc, 110grn Sierra Pro Hunter SP. Ran 30 yards and died.

What a freak! Love it! Anything showing as to why he had lost a leg?
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Old 11-26-2018, 04:15 AM   #181 (permalink)
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Wow that sounds like an awesome day!! Great buck!



What a freak! Love it! Anything showing as to why he had lost a leg?
Looks like it was shot off a season or two ago.
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Old 12-09-2018, 01:59 PM   #182 (permalink)
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My son finally took his first deer last night about 20 minutes before sun down after being in the blind since 10 AM. We were getting ready to call it when the doe rolled out into the feeding track. My son set up the rifle and took a couple of minutes to get settled. He took the shot and thought we saw it run off so we didnít know if he had hit or missed it. We walked over to the area to start looking for it and saw it laying there still breathing but unable to get up. Put a round in it to end its suffering. Then it hit my son and was completely happy he finally got to take a deer. Took some pics then took it in to gut it. Dropped it off this morning to get processed.


79# doe taken at 150-170 yards with an AR15 using Winchester 64 grain ammo (we had previously had problems with this rifle shooting the passed two seasons with FTFs...ends up being Hornady ammo sucks.)


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My son finally took his first deer last night about 20 minutes before sun down after being in the blind since 10 AM. We were getting ready to call it when the doe rolled out into the feeding track. My son set up the rifle and took a couple of minutes to get settled. He took the shot and thought we saw it run off so we didnít know if he had hit or missed it. We walked over to the area to start looking for it and saw it laying there still breathing but unable to get up. Put a round in it to end its suffering. Then it hit my son and was completely happy he finally got to take a deer. Took some pics then took it in to gut it. Dropped it off this morning to get processed.





79# doe taken at 150-170 yards with an AR15 using Winchester 64 grain ammo (we had previously had problems with this rifle shooting the passed two seasons with FTFs...ends up being Hornady ammo sucks.)





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Thatís awesome! Congrats to him!


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Any day that you can bring a moose out whole is a good day!
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How do they taste, compared to other game animals? I heard it's best to cook the meat in a crockpot.
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buddy shot a little 8 too

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Surf perch have been biting hard over here in monterey lately, caught a couple nice 1-1.25 pounders last week.
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Old 12-17-2018, 04:51 PM   #189 (permalink)
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How do they taste, compared to other game animals? I heard it's best to cook the meat in a crockpot.
Anyone who says moose isn't awesome is a liar.
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Anyone who says moose isn't awesome is a liar.
That's what I've heard as well. Never had a chance to try it yet myself.

I've also been told bear tastes horrible and I enjoyed it the one time I've had it, so YMMV
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That's what I've heard as well. Never had a chance to try it yet myself.

I've also been told bear tastes horrible and I enjoyed it the one time I've had it, so YMMV


A bear that's been eating a moose for the last 2 weeks in September is gonna taste like a 2 week old moose carcass smells. Likewise one off a salmon river. But one from a huge berry patch....that's the one I want.
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A bear that's been eating a moose for the last 2 weeks in September is gonna taste like a 2 week old moose carcass smells. Likewise one off a salmon river. But one from a huge berry patch....that's the one I want.
Makes sense. This one was from the oregon hills near the coast. Probably eating berries for a while.
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How do they taste, compared to other game animals? I heard it's best to cook the meat in a crockpot.
Maybe tougher cuts, ground and stew meat but over an open flame is best for steaks with pan fried in butter and garlic a close second.



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That's what I've heard as well. Never had a chance to try it yet myself.

I've also been told bear tastes horrible and I enjoyed it the one time I've had it, so YMMV
Depends on their diet as mentioned below. Dump bears being the worst unless you like the taste of shitty diapers. lol

I am not all that fond of the texture of the meat myself. Sausages are okay tho'.

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A bear that's been eating a moose for the last 2 weeks in September is gonna taste like a 2 week old moose carcass smells. Likewise one off a salmon river. But one from a huge berry patch....that's the one I want.
I'll take mine engorged on acorns.
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Sounds like antelope, you can taste the sage in the last ones I killed, they still taste great though. Some dont realize, how it is killed and taken care of after the kill, affects it also.
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Sounds like antelope, you can taste the sage in the last ones I killed, they still taste great though. Some dont realize, how it is killed and taken care of after the kill, affects it also.


Iíve experienced that with Whitetail deer that ate a bunch of sage and milkweed. Itís a rough taste.


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We went out to Washington State for a friends wedding start of November and ran up about 10 minutes from my Dad's house to see what the river was doing. Spent a day and a half catching some zombie fish - was definitely entertaining and a change of pace for us that are land locked now.



December 8th I shot this doe and my husband shot a doe about 10 minutes after I did. They fell 10 yards from each other.


December 9th: I had gotten a buck tag for shotgun/straight walled cartridge season. Husband and I typically hunt 2nd season muzzle loader but I've never had any luck with it. Within an hour this guy walked in on us - I saw him at about 120 yards and he got within about 70 yards when I shot him. He's currently at the taxidermist being European mounted and I'm somehwat wishing I would have shoulder mounted him. Our rough score was 141.5 - the biggest deer I have seen on hoof with a weapon in hand.
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