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About lancetkenyon

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  • Birthday 02/27/1971

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    N. Phoenix, AZ
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    Hunting, fishing, photography, family.

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  1. lancetkenyon

    22S Last Night

    You, as a fellow hunter, should have told him to STOP after #3 at the latest. This is just asinine.
  2. lancetkenyon

    12AW Early Hunt- When does it Snow?

    Shut. Up. The bucks go down as soon as it hits 55°. You should totally stay down low.....the whole time.... I agree, not really snow that pushes them down. Unless it is 2'+. Frozen solid water sources, frozen browse, missing ladies. I have seen it snow as early as Sept., and sometimes in November/December, there is still no snow. Depends on the year. Not really a whole lot to speak of on the early hunt. A few inches to a foot in some years usually. Not enough to push. But on occasion, they can get hammered in October. Play it by ear, keep tabs before the hunt, and plan accordingly for ALL weather conditions.
  3. lancetkenyon

    22S Last Night

    Yeah, I don't mean the second "miss". Trust me, I have missed plenty. One evening in a treestand, I missed a coyote, turkey, AND the biggest buck I have ever released an arrow at. I meant 2nd animal I hit and did not recover. (Knock on wood) I have been lucky to this point to have never hit and not recovered a big game animal. (Doves don't count). The first hit and never found animal, I would look for a minimum of 48 hours. And more than likely keep an eye out for birds even after that while hunting the same area. I have been on an elk hunt (not my own) where the hunter shot a bull elk with a 7RM from approximately 80-100 yards. Bull took off at the shot. Luckily, 12 hours of fresh snow was on the ground, making tracking easy. In 4+ miles and 4+ hours, I found a single drop of blood. Found a spot when he bedded in the snow, nothing else. Finally merged in with a bunch of other tracks and he was gone. Looked for 2 days for him and birds. I have no clue where the shot hit to this day. I am certain he survived. I have also been present on two different bulls that had old arrows completely through the chest cavity and had healed around them. One was just a shaft, the second had a broadhead stuck in the offside rib that has a mass of hard tissue that had formed around it. Sometimes, elk are just hard to kill. I have been called from buddies in the field that could not find game and made a trip up as far as 6 hours to help look. I am 3 for 4 in recovering their game.
  4. lancetkenyon

    My buddies 1st goat

    Didn't you see the powerlines in the background of the first pic?
  5. lancetkenyon

    Weimaraner for sale!

    Weimaraner....spelled correctly.
  6. lancetkenyon

    22S Last Night

    After the second one, I would hang it up.
  7. lancetkenyon

    Weimaraner for sale!

    They would make some killer puppies with my boys though. GSP/Weim mix or GSP/Walker/Weim mix?
  8. lancetkenyon

    Coatimundi

    Mt. Ord
  9. lancetkenyon

    FREAK BULL

    400" or this guy? Super tough decision. But this was a good choice.
  10. lancetkenyon

    Weimaraner for sale!

    Soooo glad this is not a male.....
  11. lancetkenyon

    22S Last Night

    Call it in for sure.
  12. lancetkenyon

    Unit 9 bull archery hunt

    Saw an absolute brute that was taken last night.
  13. Hornady makes several "bullet specific" seating stems....good way to make more money.
  14. lancetkenyon

    Realistic Field Shooting

    Didn't we have a "range day" in January?
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