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  1. Creecher25

    4 lions in Ramsey canyon

    Security camera shot from Ramsey Canyon in Sierra Vista from 08/23/22 group of 4 lions, the 4th is in the background
  2. Team STO

    STO GameStop Taxidermy

    My fifteen year old son Bryce has not only notched 20 big game kills already, he is now a young entrepreneur. STO evolved to cure the Covid lockdown boredom when we shot family outdoor themed videos for his new Sportsmens Tradition Outdoors YouTube channel. Then he designed a logo, sold hats, and started to build his website, Facebook, and Instagram pages. STO GameStop was the next step in his vision and he currently does timely and fair prices Euromounts while offering several options. A few you can view below. He wants to evolve into Taxidermy and Processing, as well as becoming a guide. As of now he is getting stuff out in one week but I have not opened the floodgates yet. If you are in need of getting a euro mount completed, give us a shout.
  3. Jrodphx

    One month trail cam results

    Went out calling with the foxpro called in a lion!! Uncle barely missed oh well might be him in the pics not 100% positive. The time frame was the month of mid April threw the beginning of May had 4 bucks that had antlers out and 4-5 that I looked over several times that had bumps. Anyone now if the one sided buck will stay that way?
  4. Elkaddict

    Track Identification Please

    We've seen this track on a waterhole and road over a period of a couple of weeks. Looks bigger than a coyote. Maybe some of you lion guys can say yes or no. Thanks
  5. jcarter

    lots of bears!!

    All these pics are within the last few weeks. these were some of the best ones. time stamp is correct minus the year. nice blonde at the end. and in one there is a bear laying in the mud at the top of the picture. also a light colored one following a dark one
  6. I went to my favorite fishing hub today, Liar's Korner, and I was viewing some of the photos on the wall while waiting for my pops to finish purchasing his stuff. While looking at the pics, this one caught my eye, never saw something like this before, wondering if anyone knows who's picture this is? I just had to share with y'all. Looks like the Javelina is bout to become dinner
  7. backwoodsjeeper

    THIEFS unit 39

    I've been working a water hole to get a mnt lion this last Sunday I set up my blind near my cam that's been there for a month now. I went today to get picture updates and all gone. This is pathetic and un-manlike they are cowards nothing but pathetic piece of s*%# it was about 3 miles south of 187th ave and Riggs rd I think these a**holes are driving a white silverado 1500 with a camper now the only reason I assume this is because I got to the water hole once and they were there. If anyone comes across a doghouse ground blind and a wild game innovations trail please pm me i got a hold of g&f and gave all the details I could let's get these low life worth for nothing SCUM bags
  8. DrRx09

    A couple pics

    Coupe pics from the cams, looks like a healthy lion for this time of year and a nice bear and few little guys
  9. AZLance

    Lion Kill Photos

    G&F will probably say I was baiting... but oh well here it goes...
  10. Hey fellas, Cool upclose picture! I tried calling for him/her a few hours at this location last Sunday, but no luck.
  11. AZLance

    Winter pics

    This bear had insominia this winter...
  12. WildHeritageTaxidermy

    Mountain Lion and Elk mounts finished up.....

    Here's a couple more finished up.....
  13. trophymountman

    lion hound pups

    A friend's lion hounds just had 2 litters. They are blue tick-walker mix. Sired by quality trained and experienced "parents". Located in kirkland, az. Males and females $200/ea .....trades considered too !! COME SEE OUR PUPPIES AS WELL AS OUR BEAUTIFUL RANCH AND BED AND BREAKFAST PLUS OUR AWESOME TROPHY WILDLIFE COLLECTION. Call: Mike or Ella Gold Bar Ranch @ 928-427-3235 www.goldbarranchbb.com goldbarranchbb@yahoo.com
  14. 200"mulie

    First cat on cam !!

    Well although the opener wasnt what i excepcted the trail cam pics were great. Including these lions i got .... first time i got cats on cam !! Ya and there are plenty of them 4 was the most in one pic How many lions in this pic ? They must love the camera had over 10 photos of these guys in 3 weeks ! Play time !! there are 4 lions in the last 2 pics ...
  15. HD Trophy Hunts

    A Tom for TJ

    Apparently the 4th time is the charm. Our hunter for this trip TJ was originally supposed to fly in Friday night at 8:15pm from Milwaukee, I was coming out of the bear woods headed to Sky Harbor to pick him up when the phone started going crazy, he had missed his flight. This was going to be TJ's 4th Arizona Lion Hunt (3 prior with other outfitters) and he was on a pretty tight schedule. So he was a nervous wreck after missing his flight. Luckily, he was able to get a flight out the next morning and at 10am Saturday I picked him up from Sky Harbor with a truckload full of hounds and a camp trailer. We drove down to camp and met Daniel, only then did TJ finally calm down. Sunday morning we rode out in a spot we have not hunted all year. As luck would have it a big tom had scratched twice under the same tree. The dogs struck and moved the track steady. We got a little rain saturday and trailing conditions were excellent. The lion tried a few tricks in the bluffs but the dogs did a good job, they had him caught in a crack originally and we could see dogs but not the lion after he jumped from there is where the video starts. I wish I had let the camera roll the whole time, but it was my turn to be a nervous wreck. I kept shutting it off saying "we need to get over there." The dogs were in a couple of really hairy spots. Sorry about the shaky video, I handed the camera to TJ at one point trying to take care of dogs and holy cow was he SHAKING, the ground must have been moving underneath his feet. You might notice it in the shooting as well. :-) Also as a forewarning- THERE IS SOME SENSITIVE LANGUAGE IN THE VIDEO YOU MAY WANT TO TURN THE VOLUME DOWN IF YOUR CHILDREN ARE AROUND. It was a nerve racking deal and we were lucky to not lose any dogs, but we did lose our manners. Watching TJ try and drink out of a water bottle after the dust was all settled was one of the best parts he was shaking so bad he spilled most of it! Congrats to TJ on a fantastic Arizona tom. This tom had some age to him, at one point his lip had been split, he had large scars on both sides of his jaws and one of his toes stuck out weirdly and had a lot of scar tissue around it. Lion hunting this dry desert is tough, it never seems to happen like this, but it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. Take care happy hunting and enjoy the video! -Mike Harris <iframe src="http://player.vimeo....3644190?badge=0" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe> <p><a href="[media=] [/media]> on <a href="