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Thread: 2012 Double Broom Success (Long w/ Video Added!)

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    Default 2012 Double Broom Success (Long w/ Video Added!)

    Alrighty fellas, I finally got my sheep hunt story together. It's likely longer than it needs to be but I was stoked about this hunt and wanted to getcha all the gory details...

    Check it out!

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    Congrats on a great Ram!!! Fantastic write up and pics.

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    Great write-up, you had me at the Title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntak39 View Post
    Great write-up, you had me at the Title.
    Thanks. Lets see a few of those critters in your avatar! Deciding on which form to go with

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    Youth is not being wasted on ya'll
    Now left only to be a turd in the forrest and the circle will be complete.Use me as I have used you

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    Man, I took time to get a hero shot on a cliff on my sheep hunt - why didn't I see a ram over the edge as well?

    That was a fantastic read! Thanks for sharing that, Kyle.

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    Thanks for sharing and Congrats!!! The pictures look awesome. What kind of camera did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Man, I took time to get a hero shot on a cliff on my sheep hunt - why didn't I see a ram over the edge as well?

    That was a fantastic read! Thanks for sharing that, Kyle.
    Thanks! Gotta get in your cliff shot! HAHA! Lets do burgers or something soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by magnumrn View Post
    What kind of camera did you use?
    GE G100 (link not provided by me...software thingy). I picked up a lightly used model off of eBay. I already have my eye on another one but I can't justify the $ right now for it since this one works well. I did do some editing on the photos but the camera does have a built in HDR function and a super-cool landscape stitching function as well...

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    What a nice ram!Stunning pics to go along with a great story.That got me counting the days down already!

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    Awesome!!!! Great write up and pictures. Congrats to you. Sounds like quite an adventure.....

    I think I will stick with the brown animals at a little less elevation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by northriver21 View Post
    I think I will stick with the brown animals at a little less elevation.
    Thanks, boys! Don't fear the mountains, Keith!

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    That's a tremendous ram - nicely done!

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    Wow, great story and pictures and a tremendous ram. Thanks for sharing. Memories for a lifetime, there it is....

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    Nice report, nice Ram. Congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    Thanks! Gotta get in your cliff shot! HAHA! Lets do burgers or something soon...
    Sounds great!

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    Wow! Not only a great hunt but an excellent story to go along with it. Nice write up, ya sure you are not a big time author?
    Even a jackass won't stumble on the same stone twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACNDHO View Post
    Nice write up, ya sure you are not a big time author?
    I've thought more than a few times that we could put together a pretty awesome hunting publication with the writers on these boards. If we had someone with the advertising/publishing background and the business acumen to put it together, we've certainly got the writing end covered. Of course, I guess we've already got a publication here....it's just on pixels, not paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    Don't fear the mountains, Keith!
    I don't fear the mountains, just the parts of the mountains above treeline!

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    How old was he?

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