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Discussion in 'Hunting' started by marineman, May 31, 2009.

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  1. marineman

    marineman Member

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    Does anyone have any good pictures from hunting adventures? I do not have any of mine since I am not on my home computer. Feel free to post any that you may have. Thanks.
     
  2. juk

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    After hunt pics

    A little hunting done at night on a well lit boat :)[​IMG]
     
  3. juk

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    A pretty pair of mallards.[​IMG]
     
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    A successful day of hunting. Included is the famous 65lb carp in the bottom of the boat in case you missed it. Yes it was shot with a 12 gauge while duck hunting. If any of you don't believe me, I've got a picture that clearly shows the hole.[​IMG]
     
  5. 6x6pinz

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    Some of last falls hunts.

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  6. xmanpike

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    This is a picture of the deer I had in last year that we aged at 4 1/2. He will be mine this year!!!
     

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    a nice 8pt from last season

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    my cuzinsz 9pt

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    This was a good pond. ;) I'm on the far right. The solo Canadian was mine also.

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  10. juk

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    Don't make me start pulling out pictures of Goldeneyes. We spent all year hunting them (all other ducks were sidelined). We put 9 in the boat and 4 of them are being mounted. Not bad for northern Alabama! Also managed to get a fair amount of bluebills, a few bufflehead, a redhead, and a ton of coots. I did go out by myself one morning and put a battleship of a gadwall in my layout :)
     
  11. wankerjake

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    Hey 6x6pinz you huntin in AZ? That looks like a big batch of Abert's squirrels if I'm not mistaken. Good pics!
     
  12. mahoniesgreen

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    wanker,
    I was gunna ask the same thing. Looks like AZ, but so do alot of places i guess.... I'm gunna need ananswer on what vehicle was in the pic on one of those duck hunting pics. Looks military of some sort.
     
  13. cooch

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    Glassing for Sambar in the Victorian alps.
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    Only a spikey, but all sambar are considered acceptable. I'm afraid to smile in case my face cracks.
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    ,,,, and a small, but hard-earned NZ Chamois.
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  14. interlock

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    small red stag

    small red deer stag, taken with remmy model 7 in 7mm08 145 gr speer spitzer. in the uk

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  15. 308win

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    juk - Coots and a carp! On some level I want to ask why?
     
  16. 6x6pinz

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    Yeah, those Aberts are from up around Clints Wells. I started a couple of guys from work hunting this year. They had a blast!. We went out 14 days mostly while scouting for the elk hunt. The squirrels were everywhere. I took a very large number with my bow and my RWS air rifle. The one is the pics were with 22's.

    As my username implies I have a 6x6 pinzgauer. I also have 2 M37's a 4x4 pinzgauer and a DAF YA126 (most unique drivetrain you will ever see) The DAF has a drive shaft to each wheel. The vehicle in the picture is my 4x pinz, takes me any place I want to go and back again.
     
  17. joshk-k

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    I thought that was a pinz in your second picture!
     
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    I was president of the SWPA (South West Pinzgauer Association) for a number of years. Great group of people and lots of fun. Sadly my youtube account was hacked and deleted. I just never got around to putting my videos back up.
     
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    Puff Adder snake shot with a Mission bow
     

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    cool pics

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    man, we are one handsome bunch!!!!!!


    This is me and my dad, before some shooting.

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    my buddy, Billy, walking out onto the marsh.

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  21. interlock

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    juk,
    what are those wierd fish with long noses and round tails?
     
  22. .45Guy

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    Those would be gar. I keep telling my father I'm going to toss a few in his pond to get his blood pressure up... Neat fish, even if they are inedible and their roe is poisonous.
     
  23. 41 Mag

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    Feel free to check out the links under my signature. Much easier than posting a bunch up here.

    I am however sort of proud of the following,

    Daughters first wall mount, she took it two weeks before delivering my oldest grandson,
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    The oldest grandson at almost 3, checking out a few deer out the back of the barn,
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    Here at 3 1/2 target practicing, before getting his first hog,
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    Daughter with two hogs taken off hand at 200+ yards in the spotlight. The picture quality is not as good, as why it isn't clear, she is laughing pretty hard about it.
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    This young buck, which had no issue with coming in to less than 10 yards of the grandson and I while sitting in the stand. He was there for close to an hour with the grandson at 4, being pie eyed the whole time.
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    Grandson at 6 and his first yote taken from 150yds, he passed up a what could have been his first buck to take it,
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    308, Ummm....well, ya see...we were trying out a new boat and uhh...we paddled away from the ramp about 2 miles and threw a bunch of cane on the front and started "stalking" the coots and ducks. As you can tell, the coots had a bad day. On the way back to the truck, we spooked that carp up. It was acting like a minnow in that it was lunging out of the water and exposing about half of its mass. My cohort shot it when it surfaced and it turned belly up where it was.

    Interlock, Those are called Gar. Alligator gar get to be huge, but these only make it to around 4-5ft long. They are useful only as fertilizer for the garden. They do present a very challenging target while in the water and are the species of choice for many bow-fishing tournaments in my area.
     
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