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About studs1991

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  • Birthday 11/26/1991

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    Chicago, IL
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    Young bow hunter interested in western big game, hiking, fishing, and being outdoors.
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    Wyoming 2017 is Official

    Drew unit 44! First western big game hunt
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    A very simple recipe I love is just making rabbit Parmesan in a crock pot. Rabbit, marinara, onions, and peppers. Serve over pasta and you've got yourself a good dish.
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    New Mexico Antelope Video

    Awesome video. Trying to plan an antelope hunt for next year and debating between New Mexico and Wyoming
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    Unit 21 Opening Day Buck

    Congrats on a fantastic 'lope
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    otc idaho

    If you are looking for extensive public lands, I would recommend researching units up north! There are some big national forests up there. Some units west of Boise might also be a good place to look.
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    Couldn't have asked for a more memorable elk hunt

    You said it best Norteno, he isn't the biggest bull out there, but it's quite an accomplishment with a bow. Glad you're happy with the animal you harvested.
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    Elk pic

    Great bull, he has nice long main beams
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    Bull of a lifetime UPDATED with story

    Awesome bull.... can't wait to hear the story on this bruiser
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    The Wait Was Worth It

    Awesome 'lope! I love seeing pictures of these tall AZ pronghorn
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    2016 Governor's Tag

    That elk is an absolute GIANT
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    2015 Muley on the Wall

    That's an awesome looking buck. Super wide!!
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    Almost Done!!

    Awesome animal. Congrats it will turn out great!
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    WY - Whose in?

    I was close to applying for wyoming, but probably wouldn't have drawn a decent unit without paying over $500 for a NR Special Permit. Might wait a year or two and apply with bonus points.
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    A year for a camera, pic heavy

    I love checking trail cameras after they've been sitting for months. Always feels like Christmas to me. Awesome pictures
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    Lighted Nocks

    I've used both lumenock and nokturnals. Both have worked out great. After a few marginal shots and difficulty recovering my arrow, I decided it is smarter to always use them. It makes it much easier to see where/if you hit your target in low light situations. Definitely something worth investing in