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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_logan View Post
    My first ram. Just happened to have drawn DS102 to full that title 39-7/8"x13 and 39-1/8"x13-1/8"


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    Wow! What a gorgeous ram. I'm speechless.

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    Good to see the TMA is still producing good rams...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Good to see the TMA is still producing good rams...!!!
    We counted 9 rams on the first day of hunting. We got dropped on Monday, spotted this guy on Tuesday and were able to seal the deal Thursday night. We counted over 60 sheep total in 3 days. Going to work on a hunt report one of these days. Still playing it all back in my mind.


    Even have a scar to remember this hunt for a long time!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_logan View Post


    Even have a scar to remember this hunt for a long time!!
    I thought I noticed that in your other pic.... Builds character.........lol
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_logan View Post
    We counted 9 rams on the first day of hunting. We got dropped on Monday, spotted this guy on Tuesday and were able to seal the deal Thursday night. We counted over 60 sheep total in 3 days. Going to work on a hunt report one of these days. Still playing it all back in my mind.


    Even have a scar to remember this hunt for a long time!!
    Oh, a nice little scope kiss. Well, I bet it was well worth it.

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    Put my 11 year old in for a cow moose hunt on the Tanana Flats. She drew one of the 20 early season tags and we hunted a total of 4 days. We connected with this cow on the 27th. She used the same .243 that her sister and two cousins all used for their first moose. She missed the first shot, calmed down and drilled her on the second shot. The cow dropped like a sack of potatoes.


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    Good on you Jerod. She will appreciate the dinners much more knowing that she provided the meat.

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    Took my 6 year old on his first "real" hunt this year. He did amazing. I couldn't be happierIMG_2458.jpg IMG_2448.jpg

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    Well I can't top Chris' ram....but I walked a little farther for mine! HA! What it lacks in inches it makes up for in sweat equity!!!!!! My first ram, and glacier hunt. 34 miles round trip, 27 of them on glaciers. Something I will never forget. Special thanks to my hunting partner, Blake, for capturing some killer pictures.

    Taking the shot.





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    Awesome effort, you will never forget that hunt.

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    My 12 year old's 1st big game animal IMG_1210.jpg

    He may have been a little excited

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    Wow! That is quite the first animal! Big body on that goat. Congratulations to your son!

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    Rowdy adventure for a first animal. What a beast of a goat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambler View Post
    My 12 year old's 1st big game animal IMG_1210.jpg
    He may have been a little excited
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    Holy cow! Was he pregnant?!
    Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine!

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    You aren't kidding! He made a great 160 yard shot.

    Here is a pic looking down to the boat from where the goat dropped. STEEP !



    We were almost directly across on another knife-edge ridge from where the goat was when he shot.

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    Come on Gambler! We are going to need more of a story than this so far....
    Tomorrow isn't promised. "Never delay kissing a pretty girl or opening a bottle of whiskey." E. Hemingway

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    No great story. Two years in a row on the 2nd of September. Starting a tradition haha.Shot was from 20 yds with a 375hh in 20b.
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    Quote Originally Posted by as.ks.ak View Post
    Well I can't top Chris' ram....but I walked a little farther for mine! HA! What it lacks in inches it makes up for in sweat equity!!!!!! My first ram, and glacier hunt. 34 miles round trip, 27 of them on glaciers. Something I will never forget. Special thanks to my hunting partner, Blake, for capturing some killer pictures.

    Taking the shot.





    The face you make when you realize a dream just became reality.









    Didn't want to let this go by without saying congratulations buddy.....that first one is pretty dang special. He's a beauty...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    Didn't want to let this go by without saying congratulations buddy.....that first one is pretty dang special. He's a beauty...!!!
    Thanks 4mer!! The I have the goat bug pretty bad. But those **** sheep bugs bit me too!! **** white critters!!! Let the obsessions continue to grow...


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    Quote Originally Posted by as.ks.ak View Post
    Thanks 4mer!! The I have the goat bug pretty bad. But those **** sheep bugs bit me too!! **** white critters!!! Let the obsessions continue to grow...


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    Yeah, it's like hunting the golden fleece at the top of the world...!!! Most definitely addicting....
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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