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About muley224

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  • Birthday 01/24/1958

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    glendale, az
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    Hunting, Classic Cars, Golf, and most important, my family. "Dream as if you'll live forever, Live as if you'll die today"

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  1. muley224

    Mt Rushmore

    Oh, and take your binos !
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    Mt Rushmore

    Have been to Mt Rushmore a dozen times. It will bring a tear to your eyes, it does me every time. Pictures do not do it justice, it is awesome in person. Make sure you watch the movie in the auditorium also. The facts surrounding its creation are amazing. Also the story of the Crazyhorse construction. Sometimes if you hit it right you can witness some blasting going on there.
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    Mt Rushmore

    Have been there many many times. My wife is from there. Stopping at wall drug is a must, great hot roast beef sandwich. Pioneer auto Museum in Murdo. Crazyhorse monument is a must. Also the "Cosmos". Deadwood is fun and Keystone lake is beautiful. Driving through Custer state park is always on our list. Lots of wildlife and some of the prettiest country you will find.
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    Any shed action yet?

    Still packing in May ?
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    Any shed action yet?

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    Any shed action yet?

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    Sleeping bag

    I have been through so many bags in the last 40 years. About 12 years ago I finally got smart and spent the money on a Butler Bag. Best investment ever. Bag was $500.00. Worth every penny. Doesn't matter the temp outside. Has 2 compartments. Very wide. Absolutly none better.
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    how do you display your sheds

    I like the 2 point and small shed collection I have. Shed to the right of the mount actually scores 100 " ! Looked for the other side for 2 days. 23" G2. Could have been well over 200" typical on the hoof.
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    Most Bizzarre Muley shed I have ever seen

    The buck lived behind his house. They annexed it recently in the city limits. Can't even archery hunt him.
  10. My Brother in law in South Dakota found this Shed the other day. He had seen him on the hoof. He said the other side was a typical 4pt. When he spotted the horn in the snow he said it looked like a piece of driftwood. Thus he named the buck "Driftwood" Wonder what he will be next year?
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    Results are posted!!!

    I'm witch ya
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    Pronghorn Hits?

    Got that right. You see it was 20 years ago.
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    Pronghorn Hits?

    I have 24 BP's. Cant draw a goat tag to save my life. I just want 1 in my life. My brother drew last year with 23 an turned in the tag due to health reasons. He Drew again this year ! Just too many applicants and very limited # of tags. Congrats to all those who drew.
  14. I recently found out that a long time Az. Hunter, friend, and Guide, Robin Wills Bechtel Passed away. Robin achieved many awards, I believe the big 9, and Heads and horn plus many many B&C entries along with his wife Billie. I met him in 1992 when he was a B&C scorer. He scored both mine and my brothers Kaibab Bucks. In the years to come I accompanied him on several hunts, the Az. Kaibab, Nevada, Wyoming, and the San Juan Elk ridge in Utah. { Photo is from my Utah hunt with Robin on the left.} He was probably the best hunter that I have ever known. He was awesome on field Judging horns. I believe Robin also did 2 or 3 tours in Viet Nam as a Navy Seal. My condolences to Billie and the Bechtel family, One of the things I will always remember is him naming a Big Buck in the Kaibab the " FACS" Buck. I asked him why the "FACS" Buck? He replied... Fuckin a cock-sucker.
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    new to shed hunting, advice?

    Just start walking. The Kaibab gets hit very hard, mostly in the sage cuts. I like getting up in the cedar/ junipers. Hard to say exactly when they drop, it varies. Just enjoy the country with friends and family. I have found most Lion and Winter kills in the trees.