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  1. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Elk hunting with Lee Marvin

    Great Photo A motley crew there. I prefer the new age; Swaro vision, bipod, tripod, Claw, 6.5x.284 with 20x scope, Kuiu, Samsung 10 with 16 pixel camera, hunting boots, disposable wipes to clean the blood and polish the antlers for "the" photo, a machine mule, a crew of 8-10 instead of a measly 4...Imagine where we will be in another 40 years.
  2. Great Buck Score will depend on where the mass measurements are taken. Taking the measurements as marked on the attached, I get 119 1/8
  3. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Who am I?

    That eliminates the Spaniards AZ territorial period would most likely be a military fort, Huacahuca?
  4. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Who am I?

    Fr Kino
  5. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    What am I

    seems like your initial call for being a marten could be correct; from DOW web site. The marten (often called the pine marten or American marten) is a weasel that lives in trees. Males are about two feet long, with an eight inch tail, and they weigh about 1 1/2 pounds. Females are 10 to 20 percent smaller than the males and weigh only half as much as males. Martens are brown, right to the tip of the tail, and a pale yellowish brown beneath. Martens are mostly nocturnal, but when they are hungry they are active day or night. As other weasels, martens are active year round. In the coldest weather they may den in a tree hole or chickadee nest Of the eight members of the weasel family known in Colorado, only two actually are called weasels: the long-tailed weasel and the ermine, or short-tailed weasel. Both of these species have black-tipped tails, but they are readily distinguished from each other by size. The long-tailed weasel is 14 – 18 inches long, weighs about five ounces, with a tail about half the length of the body. Short-tailed weasels are eighteen ten inches long, weigh only 1 1/2 ounces with a tail less than one-third the length of their body. Typical of weasels, males are about 20 percent larger than females. Both species turn white in winter, except for the tip of the tail, and both species are brown in the summer; although the long-tailed weasel is yellowish to orange below, whereas the short-tailed weasel has a white belly.
  6. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    What am I

    Location is SW CO I didn't think the Martins range came this far south I was thinking it was a long tailed Weasel
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    What am I

  8. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    When will the hits start? no thread on this yet?

    23 Bull, most likely late but could be an early 23S tag...one can only hope.
  9. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    San Carlos buck

    Of all the Monsters being posted on the net, this buck is by far my favorite! Congratulations to both of you for closing the deal! Videos?
  10. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Desert Backpacking Buck (October Rifle 2018)

    Congratulations to both of you. Thanks for sharing but we need more. I love the 4-5 mi hiking in the dark and backpacking, but there is no way I am sleeping on the ground, in the desert, in AUG-SEPT. Tell us more of the scouting adventure. You haul in your cot! Hammock?
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    Another New Blond

    Seem to catch one on cam every summer
  12. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    CO tags

    19PP but another 1R Bull tag
  13. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Elk Options

    CO early draw elk hunts are only $100 for youths. A great way to fill the freezer and they are an either sex hunt.
  14. GreatWhiteBuffalo


    "Stoneman Lake area looks like the Kaibab before it went to a draw this morning, to bad too because 6A was just starting to show some promise again." Sucks to have one of the 50 late WT tags this year
  15. GreatWhiteBuffalo

    Back to back records

    Thanks man, Awesome!