Hunting Photos

ABCanuck

Adventurer
Hey k2, 7x9 with a sticker that might measure so to be a complete braggart I could say 7x10 haha. He is really an 8x8 but broke off one on his right side. Not the biggest but super unique. More importantly, he will fill the freezer.

I bow hunt because I love to get close to these incredible animals, I shoot them for the meat and if they are a trophy, it's a bonus.


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K2ZJ

Explorer
Hey k2, 7x9 with a sticker that might measure so to be a complete braggart I could say 7x10 haha. He is really an 8x8 but broke off one on his right side. Not the biggest but super unique. More importantly, he will fill the freezer.

I bow hunt because I love to get close to these incredible animals, I shoot them for the meat and if they are a trophy, it's a bonus.


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I thought one was broken, and you can't eat the antlers. I feel anything taken with a bow is a trophy. During rifle this year I had a BIG 6x6 walk right up to 25' (yes feet) behind me. However he was behind a huge scrub oak and all I could see was the top fork and his eyes and nose moving in a small window. So awesome to have up close, maybe I'll get one next year.
 

ArkansasDon

Observer
a few photo's of me over the years of my life hunting & fishing. 1st 4 photo's are of me taking game off my farm here in Arkansas, fly fishing outside of Bishop Cali in the mid 1990's & last photo was a Coastal Cali Blacktail taken in the mid 1990's.

Some one mention trapping be cruel. I trap & I enjoy trapping. It's about out witting a animal your pursuing. Trapping for me is wildlife management, protection of livestock (which I own a farm), controls the spread of disease, provides a secondary income, & it's green aka eco friendly which is, real animal fur garments were more environmentally friendly than manufactured fake furs are.
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waveslider

Outdoorsman
That's cool. Saw my first black coyote in Idaho a few weeks back and keep hoping to find it in one of my traps. my wife wants a coyote vest and black hood would be quite unique
 
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