Well, I replied to your Alberta deer thread, cause it was a heck of a deer. Now I see this random post, but notice you embedded the other hunting site again in this one too. Just curious, are you just pimping your site?????
If not, I apologize, but usually these hit and run attacks are just that, pimping......
And on that note, there are actually 2 or 3 other sites that are much better for California hunting than that one.....
We actually get a lot of "link pimping" or we call it spam links on BGH. Some are hunting related, most are not. We delete most, but will leave some if they appear legit and possibly are not spam. This one is looking questionable.
Not much of a welcome here. I have shot a lot of game and enjoy many of the different forums. Enjoy Looking at deer, elk and waterfowl porn and thought I would share. I wont post anymore links in fact may not post again.
Sorry if I ruffled any feathers...
Attached is a picture of me so you dont think I am a "Pimp"
Another nice pic. Certainly a bull to be proud of! Where's the purple hat?
Sorry, sometimes my sense of humor (or lack of it) goes too far. Thanks for putting up a couple of pics--I'd have to say many of the folks here enjoy the hunting pics. Got some stories to go with them? Don't know about you, but the I enjoy the stories even more!
I'm sure noone wants to discourage you from posting legit comments. But you have to admit, joining the forum and posting two comments (your first 2 comments to the forum) containing the same link looks prety suspicious. This forum is the most helpful forum I've ever seen and most of the participants here are genuinely interested in hunting. And the moderators do a great job of keeping the junk to a minimum--not an easy job for sure.
Stick around and provide some good comments and discussion. Don't be too offended. Thanks.
I appreciate the kind words. I have been lurking on this site for a long time. So I guess I just felt comfortable. One thing I have observed is that a lot of folks do more posting than the do hunting so the coments were predictable.
I just returned form a great cow elk hunt in New Mexico. We have been hunting the same area for about 12 years (I enjoy a good meat hunt too). It's a great hunt. I should probably post my elk escapades in the right discussion board before I get in trouble. I ave shot a few dandy's.
This year I had some very fun deer hunts in Arizona and of all places, San Diego. So I have many photos both recent as well as past. I will show you a few deer mounts in my living room! The First Mule was shot in Bishop California and Score 193" the second deer was shot in Arizona and scores 170"
These were actually from our cam one of our cams this year in Az.. When we set it up, the batteries were dead, put new batteries in it and forgot to reset the correct time and date. They were taken the last week of October 2011. The drop tine was shot this year but the bigger deer is still alive. We plan on hunting him next year
Here is one of the San Diego deer we harvested this year. I rattled this guy in for my buddy. It was his first deer. A very exciting hunt. this guy ran in at about 100 miles an hour. For San Diego, it was a no brainer squeezing off on this boy!
Please don't take my comments as unwelcoming. We just see alot of hit and run, as was said, "pimping". Usually those are the guys who come in, drop a link to a certain webpage, and then don't post again.
Now that you have posted again, and obviously have some great photos to share, I retract my statement and give a hearfelt "Welcome". Some great animals there! Love to see more and hear some stories!
First of all, if you haven't gone winter backpacking, it needs to happen in the near future. It puts a very unique twist on the summer version of the activity. Yes, it's cold but it's nothing that being prepared can't remedy. Beyond it's therapeutic and recreational value, I think it is a very good tool for the big game hunter as well. I don't think that you can spend too much time getting to know the ins and outs of the area that you hunt. And there is no better way to gain experience in...