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    RH PSE Dream Season DNA

    Made in 2014
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    RH PSE Dream Season DNA

    Right Handed PSE Dream Season DNA. 70 pound limbs. 26.5-30.5 adjustable draw length. Currently set at 69 pounds and 28.5 inches. Brand new livewire string with about 25 shots through it. Brand new Ripcord code red drop away rest. PSE 5 pin sight. Vibracheck stabilizer. Brand new trophy ridge 5 arrow quiver. $500 Located in Tucson
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    LH PSE Dream Season DNA

    LEFT HANDED PSE Dream Season DNA. 70 pound limbs. 26.5-30.5 adjustable draw length. Currently set at 70 pounds and 30 inch draw. Brand new Livewire strings. Includes 10 pin Pete Shepley signature sight, vibracheck stabilizer, new whisker biscuit rest, and 6 PSE HD Hunter Select arrows (327 grains without head). $500 Located in Tucson
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    Hail Mary Elk Hunt

    Congrats Cole! Once again you made it happen in the final minutes of a hunt! Thank you for letting me be a part of your hunt
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    Yea it’s a 2x2...

    That’s a great buck......and a great score. Love the big eye guards! Those of us in Arizona still call it a 2x2 though......nothing wrong with a BIG 2 !!!
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    Cuban Lunch Luck

    Congrats again to you and your dad Cole! You guys get it done year in and year out. You better save a Cuban Lunch for January!!
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    Unit 27 Semi Live Late Bull Hunt

    Great bull. Thanks for the story. Congratulations on a job well done.
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    How much water to take, 2 day pack-in

    1 gallon per day per person has always been a safe measure for me.
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    Unit 27 Semi Live Late Bull Hunt

    Good luck. Hope you find a big one. Stay safe.
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    Taylor-Biggest Buck In The House

    That’s a beautiful buck! Congrats to both of you.......and what a great shot by Taylor. Safe travels home tomorrow !
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    2019 Desert Muleys

    Those are both great bucks. Cool to see two great deer that look so different from each other. Both true trophies for any hunt for sure.
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    7W Cow - Opening day success

    Great work by both of you. Sounds like everything worked perfectly. Lots of good meat for the winter !!!
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    A slow morning elk hunting sure beats working though !!!
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    Slow morning so far in 6A Where are you headed ?
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    2019 Antelope hunt

    Thank you for letting my dad and I be apart of your hunt! We had a blast!
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    Vortex Razor HD Spotting Scope *Sold*

    Is this still available? Location?
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    Father/Daughter Speedgoat Quest

    Lance, what a great trip and memories of a lifetime. The range time paid off big time. Congrats to both of you. Should be antelope hunting in AZ soon !
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    Nice Boar (skull update)

    That’s a great looking bear. Congrats !! Glad you had some friends to help out.
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    Wyoming Archery Antelope Semi Live Hunt

    Good luck! Excited to follow along on your adventure!
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    2006 Yamaha Rhino 660

    Lots of hunts coming up...... perfect for any deer or elk hunt.
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    Big Horn Cape needed

    Wow! That is awesome!
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    December Archery 4X4

    My son, Colton, and I first found this buck on December 17th but decided I would not to make a stalk that evening. We relocated him yesterday with a large group of does and several smaller bucks. The group bedded before noon above a wash in some thick brush. I moved in to about 100 yards but could not pinpoint this particular buck. A broken 3 point (now a 3X1) and a 2 point were visible along with several does but the deer were spread out and I could not get any closer without exposing my location. Eventually, I began to move to the next point of cover. One of the does saw me and they all started to move out. The target 4X4 stood at 70 yards but did not stop for a shop. Colton watched him and one single doe separate from the group and move across a several ridges. They eventually bedded deep in a palo verde thicket. It was now about 2 pm. This time I was able to sneak into a location just below their bed and settled in behind some cholla cactus. I was inside of 45 yards and figured they would not get up until right before dark. I waited in this position until I determined we only had a few minutes of shooting light left. The deer were not up so I had to make a move. With an arrow knocked, I stood and started to move laterally hoping the buck would stand. After about 10 feet, he busted out and moved up hill away from me. He stopped broadside and I ranged him at 79.9 yards. The orange 80 yard pin settled in and the arrow was on its way...….next was that unmistakable "thump" sound as the deer ran away. He piled up less than 40 yards away as both lungs had been deflated. After a few late night photos, we were deboned, loaded and packing by 7:30 pm. THANK YOU Colton for all your hard work and determination, not to mention, packing out all the meat!! A perfect end to the 2018 season.....looking forward to getting back out there on 1-1-19.