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    Default DG352 hunt complete

    A long many years planning to hunt for a goat. But finally happen.
    Hard hunt, but worth the every mintue climbing up and down the mountains.
    By far my most exciting hunt!
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    Gary Keller
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    Congrats,good eating there for sure.
    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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    Nice goat. That grass can be as slick as snot when it rains. Good choice using the crampons. PM sent.

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    Congrats!!!


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    Rich
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    beatiful billy

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    Is that a billy? The bases look too small and too much room in the middle. And too curved right at the end. The body size seems a little bit small too. I am guessing that you got a real nice nanny. Sure has a pretty coat. Did you use your bow?

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    It's a nanny but it is a beautiful trophy and my hats off to you sir

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    Crampons and ski poles were a must have for this hunt.
    its a nanny. Watched this group for 3 days. She hung around the billy while the rest of the nanny's feed with there kids.
    I was able to get with in 359 yards before I shot. It was uphil hill. Shot twice and hit her twice. Then she ran down the mou rain towards me. Last 100 feet she lost her footing and tumble and came to rest 25 feet from me.
    The 6 hr hike in and 5 hr hike out was worth the experience.. I can't wait To go again!
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