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Location: Eatonville, Wa
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Washington blacktail

Well, the modern rifle season is drawing to a close and was just wondering how everyone else did.

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having trouble posting a picture anyone know how

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Get a Photobucket account, free. Once the pic is loaded there?????????I'll have to look and see what that stuff is called. Before you put them there, use some kind of photo edit to re-size it. My computer came with HP photo & Imaging. Make it 450 Pic the longest way and the computer does the rest. Then just save it. If it's much over 600 pic, it really screws up the screen here. Photo comes out to big.

Yell when your ready and I'll go get the names of those things ya need to do. It's really easy. Shoot, I do it! Big smile

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Csumerall, photobucket is great if you want to share a lot of photos. However if you just have one or two to upload, then look at your screen when you're typing a new message. Below you will see "add an attachment". Click the browse button and find the photo on your PC. Click "add attachment" and wait for it to upload. If the file is large and you're on a slow connection, it can take a few minutes. If its too big, can't remember if its 1 or 2 MB, but there is a max file size, it will not upload.

Its helpful to resize your photo(s) so it doesn't take so long to upload, plus its easier for viewers to see your photos, particularly if they're on a slow connection.

Don's solution is great if you also want to share your photos with friends, other than just here on the forums.

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Location: Rochester WA.
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I tagged out Saturday night, a heavy 2 pt. . Meat in the freezer! Healthy, lean and i messed up no meat!.. ill throw up some pics when i get it onmy comp.

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ok thanks lets try this
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee97/csumerall/hunting005.jpg

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here it is

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Location: Rochester WA.
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here is the picture from my previous post. 2pt. killed on saturday. im happy meat in the freezer/!
I shot him facing me. slightly broad side. through front shoulder, double lung, hit opposite side rib cage, bounced off came back through liver and out the same side i shot it behind my leg. Droped where he was standing. i proceeded to draged him out 100 yards through clear cut to gravel road by myself. drove truck down the road a mile and pulled in truck drove the 4 miles back to my house. and skinned.. one of my easiest hunts ever. After spending many ours hiking around st helens and Pullman during opener i end up killing this buck on a 15 minute walk 4 miles from my house..lol..but its all about the experience.. I hada great season.!

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bigbucks8 wrote:
here is the picture from my previous post. 2pt. killed on saturday. im happy meat in the freezer/!
I shot him facing me. slightly broad side. through front shoulder, double lung, hit opposite side rib cage, bounced off came back through liver and out the same side i shot it behind my leg. Droped where he was standing. i proceeded to draged him out 100 yards through clear cut to gravel road by myself. drove truck down the road a mile and pulled in truck drove the 4 miles back to my house. and skinned.. one of my easiest hunts ever. After spending many ours hiking around st helens and Pullman during opener i end up killing this buck on a 15 minute walk 4 miles from my house..lol..but its all about the experience.. I hada great season.!

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That's a heck of a deer, looks really thick for a forkie.... Congrats!!!!!

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Well didn't bag any deer this year. none came on my spot but i guess i had other hunters with me, who in fact were the one's who made it the worse hunt oi had. Anyway i'm going back to visit my old man in texas this Jan and go hunting there.

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Didn't do any good this year. All bad luck here! Wife and son drew anybull tags for the Bethel unit. That was a hunt to remember. gave up early deer to do elk, only hunted the last weekend in the bethel, not alot of deer in that area, its managed for elk. Son got to camp, forgot boots(he 27) couple inches of snow made him hunt in tennis shoes LOL. Next 2 days hunted areas with no snow. Drove home(190miles) to get boots and take care of some things. Missed 2 days hunting. Last morning lost oil pump on rig. Had to bring home on trailer. No time to fix before late hunt ! Eating all tags!! Another batch of tag soup! Brick Wall,)

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