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    Default 2012 Father/Son Sheep Hunt

    Here is a video of the hunt Zach and I did for sheep.

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    Can't get the video to work?Been looking forward to your hunt report,You are one of the best to write up a hunt!I find myself hungry after every one of them!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kotton View Post
    Can't get the video to work?Been looking forward to your hunt report,You are one of the best to write up a hunt!I find myself hungry after every one of them!!
    Works for me,, has some music in it, so that may cause trouble. I can't watch on my iphone, but works good on the Mac.
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    Ah man no worky on my I phone

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    WOW!!! Outstanding video!! Looks like a great time! Thanks so much for posting!

    Full screen it everyone, great quality!
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    Steve, that is a great video and the music really sets it off. What a great looking sheep and you got a bear also! Really nice. I liked the kill shot on the video when the sheep was shot. Another start to a good year.

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    was that a snapshot of a gaiter over a wiggy wader was there a leak or something?

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    Awesome video! Really liked how you filmed walking on the river rock.Hate that stuff!My two big toes are still numb,must of pinched a nerve somewhere?

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    Top notch Steve. Great video, and congrats on the ram and bear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloorGuy View Post
    was that a snapshot of a gaiter over a wiggy wader was there a leak or something?
    No leaks, the gaiter keeps the wader in place and protects it. It also helps keep the rubber side down and prevent cuts from rocks from walking on the wader material.
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    Excellent Steve.....as always. I'm curious, did Zach go in with the intentions of shooting a grizzly, or was that just the way it worked out? Meaning, had he decided he would try for either and the bear offered himself up first?
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    Thanks for putting that together Steve and nice shootin'

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    Steve,

    I love everything you put up, and this was no exception.

    Father and son hunt!

    Simply awesome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Excellent Steve.....as always. I'm curious, did Zach go in with the intentions of shooting a grizzly, or was that just the way it worked out? Meaning, had he decided he would try for either and the bear offered himself up first?
    I shot both the ram and bear. Zach, helped his old man. The bear was an old boar, he was at our camp when we got back and once he got wind of the sheep meat he was coming to it. I shot him more to be safe than anything else. I could see he was an old bears and old bears make me nervous.
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    Very, very cool!

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    Stunning video and looked to be a great father/son hunt.

    Value those times and memories bro.

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    Really glad things are going so well for you two. I remember a thread awhile back wondering how things would work out this year-looks to me like things are going great! The video was well done and fun to watch too.

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    Simply awesome!!!

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    Great job on the video although I did almost get sea sick at one point...jk Looks like a fantastic hunt with a great partner. Congrats

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    As always Steve, first class video and Father and Son hunt. Congrats again!

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