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  1. Lets Congratulate Noah's first Big Game Kill with the help of his dad and his little brother. Good Job Noah
  2. camoball99

    3 for 3

    What a year!! One son took his first big game animal on Thanksgiving morning... Spent some great time in the field with my boys laughing, talking and filling the freezer.
  3. tomuchworking

    Porter's Elk

    Porter was more than excited when he heard he had drawn a cow tag in Unit 1 this fall. He killed a nice buck last year, so this year his focus was elk. We went out the first morning, and got on elk right off. At light we had a 5 point at 75 yards, screaming and ripping up a tree. Later we got on another small bull with a few cows, but never got a shot. We then found 5 small bulls enjoying a salt lick, and sat and watched them for about 20 minutes. At around 8:00 it was time. We had a small bull and a few cows just below us in some thick cover. We got him set up with a good rest and waited for a clear shot. Porter showed great patience, and waited for the right shot. Does it get any better?????????????
  4. Coach

    23 Youth, where to start

    The bad news is, 3 out of 4 of us got skunked on the deer draw this year. The good news is, my oldest son, Matt drew a 23 youth tag. I'm no stranger to 23 and have been hunting it for years - but usually for pigs in the early Spring. Many of the spots I know are really great for deer at certain times of the year, but during the youth hunt, a lot of the bucks are higher than where I normally hunt. I'm not looking for a monster buck here, but given the potential and Matt's abilities I think we should be able to find either a nice mature coues or mule deer buck. I'd love to PM or email some ideas back and fourth about strategies for this hunt. I recognize most folks won't want to start shouting out unit-specific advice over the WWW and I respect that, so if you want to talk 23, I have as much to give as get. I know the lower parts of the unit very well, but the upper portion, not so well. I would love to get some advice for hunting this unit for a youth hunt, and will gladly reciprocate with some detailed info of my own, more catered to the later hunts. Thanks, Coach
  5. tomuchworking

    Porter's Yote

    My oldest and I went out the other morning to list to some elk. We heard lots of elk and tons of coyotes as well. We had almost made it back to the truck when we heard some yipping close. We set up and called real soft. This dude was eager to see what was there. Porter put the hammer down. Sure is fun being in the woods with my boys!!!!