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- Thu Feb 26, 2015 5:39 pm
- Forum: Rifle Hunting - Big Game
- Topic: Kids and hunting?
- Replies: 28
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I guess I should have updated this with my daughter's continued success. She drew a2014 late AZ bull elk tag, and we practiced, scouted, trained, etc. for months. It paid off on day #5 on a very tough hunt. One of my all-time favorite hunting photos...my 12 year old daughter walking up to her first ...
One taken in AZ 2 weeks ago that unofficially nets 298+" non-typical, and grosses well over 300" by 3 scorers, but has to wait for the drying period to be re-scored officially. I have seen photos, and it is insane!!! No guided hunt either, a DIYer. And not from the Strip or the Kaibab either.
- Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:06 pm
- Forum: Optics & Gear etc.
- Topic: Spotting Scope Magnification for Idaho Muleys
- Replies: 7
- Views: 5696
Save the $100. Save your loose change, squirrel away what folding money you can scrounge up. Have $20 left over after monthly bills, save it. Go out to eat one less time a month. By the end of one year, you will have $400-500. Do that for 2 years and buy a good scope. There is nothing better than hi...
I, too, think the .25-06 is a little light for elk, but with proper shot placement, should fill the freezer with a spike elk just fine. Look into the Barnes line for the .25-06. Amazing penetration and nearly 100% weight retention. I shot a big bodied mulie in 2012 with a .25-06 100gr. TTSX quarteri...
- Wed May 14, 2014 10:12 am
- Forum: Videos
- Topic: Very Cool Video - Check it out
- Replies: 2
- Views: 5306
Wow. Amazing footage. Some boomer bucks too. Goes to show you haw many nice bucks survive each year between predation, hunting, collisions, and natural selection.