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Big Game pics

In response to the question "does anyone use this forum" here's some of my pics. Some recent some old, some I harvested some I'd like too!







I added some!

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Nice Pics Al Thumbs up How lucky you are to have all those game animals to chose from! We get just the whitetail.

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Al, Thanks! Great photos. Yes

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Al.. that is one awesome moose u got there,, u nailed him ?

nice pictures Thumbs up

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nailed him?

No unfortunately I don't have a tag for the one and can't get one for the big one (he's in a no season zone). Still cool to see though.....

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no kidding .. well at least u shot him with ur cam !! nice looking bull !!
that seems way up north am i correct ?

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I'd say he knows where it's safe Yes

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how far north?

Hotmoon you'd be surprised! Big smile I'll give you a confusing hint, the bigger bull is South of the South Sask River, but he's in another Province. The smaller bull is an AB bull, he's North of the South Sask River, but south ofthe Battle River. neener!

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Re: how far north?
Cowboy Al wrote:
Hotmoon you'd be surprised! Big smile I'll give you a confusing hint, the bigger bull is South of the South Sask River, but he's in another Province. The smaller bull is an AB bull, he's North of the South Sask River, but south ofthe Battle River. neener!

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the big bull is from sas but the smaller one i am gona have to get back to u on that one !! need to check the map lol Evil!

check out this bull, i shot him withmy bow years back and still confused on what to do with it Laugh maybe i will make a mount out of it after all . the door behind the moose antler is 36 " wide .

that bear u shot is nasty !! nice bear Al,, actualy all ur kills are good size ,, congrat bro !

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Thanks for the kind words Hotmoon. Not all of the animals I've harvested have been of that caliber, there was lots of little ones along the way. (and quite a few unfilled tags too) But like everything else as we grow older a man's thinking changes and sometimes he has a little more patience to let the big ones come in instead of harvesting the first leagal animal that shows up. And now a days I enjoy my time outdoors whether a tag is cut or not. Thumbs up

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I hear u buddy !
we all been there and done that ,, an empty freezer was a fimiliar scene back in the old days Laugh
it's amazing how things change with time and start enjoying nature more !

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