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Where do you hunt deer?? Pic Thread

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by blackops, Feb 10, 2010.

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  1. blackops

    blackops Member

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    Let's see what type of terrain we all are working with and where you're at. I'm in California.
     

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  2. Ditch-Tiger

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    Prairie with lots of draws

    I'm also very close to the Black Hills which is heavily wooded but don't have any pics.
     

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  3. MCgunner

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    That's purdy. You wouldn't like where I hunt. Flat, brushed up, stand hunting.
     
  4. CoRoMo

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  5. exbiologist

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    I hunt a lot of different country, it's all mountains to some folks, but to me, it's canyons and mountains.
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  6. hammerklavier

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    Beautiful pics, guys. That one looks more like mountain goat terrain :)
     
  7. exbiologist

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    I get out east every now and then too, as I want to take a deer in every state. But mostly stick close to Colorado.
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  8. Art Eatman

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  9. Rembrandt

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    Combination of corn/bean fields, woods, rolling hills, snow, and greenery.....(Iowa)

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  10. wyohome

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    Heart Mountain in background

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    Pryor Mountains
     
  11. dschflier

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    Great pictures. Very inspiring. I cant wait to start hunting
     
  12. skiking

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    Here are a few
     

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  13. blackops

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    Beautiful pics guys. Seems like most of us so far have some pretty challenging terrain. I like that. It makes the hunt more rewarding IMO. Hope there are more pics to come.
     
  14. scmerrill71

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    in the woods....
     

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  15. Birdhunter1

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    Southern IL, in the type of terrain perfect for a 5-400 yards shot and I am bound by the law to use a shotgun and a slug, but alas I shoot it as well as most centerfire rifles can shoot at 100 yards.

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  16. bad_aim_billy

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    Billy that looks like you could have one heck of a drag!
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  18. Rembrandt

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    Wow, that's some view.

    At least in the midwest we don't have to worry about deer falling 1000 feet off the mountain and floating down the river.

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  19. exbiologist

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    You could get in a lot of trouble shooting deer in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
     
  20. hometheaterman

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    Yeah I was going to say. I have been there and you can't hunt there. At least it looks exactly like where I went in Yellowstone.
     
  21. ~z

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  22. leadaddict

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    Corn and bean fields surrounded by thick woods

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  23. Asherdan

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    SoCal San Bernardino mountains. You get far enough in and it's nice.

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    You can probably find their beds...

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    Put it all together and you might get yourself one of the California Mule deer variants. You might get into one of our smallish black bears while you're at it.

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  24. wyohome

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    His stand is only about 50 yards from the road.
     
  25. kgbowhunt

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    better hope it don't run down hill!! lol
     
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