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About Zeke-BE

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    A lot of everything. I'm a mile wide and a inch deep, but hunting has been the only thing that is consistent in my life.

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    Wow and congrats
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    36A Muzzleloader Help

    Sorry man sounds like they are not moving much. All i got is its 36A!!! There are deer there!
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    My sons 1st Coues

    Great first coues!! Congrats
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    2021 mule deer

    Wow stud buck!! Congrats to the hunter
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    33 experts, are the shooters?

    No question hands down yes
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    Wife's first hunt ever! Wyoming Antelope

    Ha ha ha yeah had to help her a few times
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    Wife's first hunt ever! Wyoming Antelope

    280AI semi custom from Axis Works. On a Tikka action.
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    New truck

  9. Ive been putting in my wife for about 5 years in Wyoming for Antelope. We finally got drawn in an area where Ive hunted before. She has dealt with my hunting for years. I told her Ive been putting her in. She said ok to it. So game on! Once she got drawn I had her at the range practicing shooting. Make the long drive up to Denver CO where my brother lives. Leave by 3 am the next morning and she is wiped out. Anyone that knows how to flip the pic please do. The next day we get there by 8am or so. Saw tons of bucks on the side of the road. Once we got into our unit they disappear. The only time we saw bucks and antelope was either on the other unit north of us or on private. Once I get to a high point I get out and glass. I glassed up some does and keep looking for a buck. I finial find him. Man he looks good. I range him at 1260 yards. If he looks good at that distance he is a shooter for sure. We make a plan to stalk. We go around and close the distance at 650 yards but if we lay down for a prone position the next hill will block our view. So no choice to make it 200 yards to the next hill. We get to 450 yards and him and all the does are staring at us. Once I point out the buck to my wife where the buck is at all of them take off. We are busted!!!!! We go after them but no luck. A mile back to the truck and the wife is getting flustered. Make it back to the truck so we can take the road to that bucks location. On the way there we spot another lone buck by himself and keep driving out of sight and then get out. We get to a shooting position and range him at 450 yards. I dial the scope and she gets set up. Mean while she is fluster trying to get set up. We haven't trained enough for different positions so she was getting upset. Once she said I see him of course he starts to run off. He keeps going well past 700 yards and over the hill. So we take the next road that goes that direction. No luck and we couldn't find him. Sad he was sooooo big.. But the wife is getting fluster and I realize we need to take every opportunity we can get. So we take the next road after him which was a 2 track road. We make it to the end of the 2 track and I spot another buck while in the truck. Im 1/4 turned from the buck and put my binos on the steering wheel. I can tell he is an ok buck and range him at 510 yards. I tell my wife I cant get out or he will see me get out. He is looking right at us. I told the wife to get out on her side and I adjusted the MOA on the scope before hand. She gets out and she is having problems left and right. She finally found him and got set up. I can see her finger reach the trigger and once I saw that I hurry up and put my binos on the steering (boooooom!!!!!) wheel. It caught me off guard. I quickly try to look and no buck running. She said did I get him? I responded Im not sure. I didnt see him run off. I asked how did your shot feel? She responded it felt really good. Well you probably got him them. We hiked up to him and 100 yards away i could see fur and horns. Ha ha ha!!! I was so excited for her. But she didn't get the rush because she was so fluster with scope and trying to find him. But nonetheless she got him!!! 510 yards one shot IMG-1920.MOV
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    Pronghorn Sucess

    Hey congrats and well done.
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    Fast-paced 2021 NM Pronghorn Hunt

    Awesome story Lance!! We didn't get to meet back up at the end of the day so ive been waiting to here your side of the hunt!!
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    Alaska 2021

    Wow I love Seward. That place is Beautiful. Photos looked awesome
  13. Yeah we never met up and talked about it. Where did you see us 3 miles away at? I only saw your trucks. And can't wait for your story
  14. This is my biggest one and for my hunting partner! We both got it done I spotted a buck 2200 yards out and made the stock. He looked like he was on the property according to. My spotter watched on a high hill. Once I got to within 500 yard. I looked on OnX and he is clearly on State Land. I radioed back to my partner and told him. He said what about the buck bedded down 700 yards to my left. I ranged him and said its more like 900 yards. But looked on OnX and said oh yeah he is on property. He said can you stalk him. It was so flat and not a stupid bush. Nor was I going to take a shot with 5 mph winds at 900. Plus if I got prone he disappears. Only option was to walk strait to him. I got to 450 yards. While bedded down he had no idea I got that close up to him. Once they see you In New Mexcio a 1,000 yards out they bust out of there. No Joke!!! I couldn't go prone. It was a slight hill and grass. But sitting on my knees with the bipod all the way extend at 450 yards my shot punched him and he took 3 steps back wards and fell over. My buddy long story short he missed this buck at 150 yards. Lol! He got to a prone position and at 600 yard and he started to prance off and led him 4ft and center punched him. The best part he dropped like a sack of rocks into the grass and disappeared. Like the earth just swallowed him up