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    No one had made a forum for 2017 hunting picture...
    I got a cow moose on opener, on less for people to hit while driving.


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    Congratulations! Winter moose gotta love it!

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    Eating good in the neighborhood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cariboumaster View Post
    No one had made a forum for 2017 hunting picture...
    I got a cow moose on opener, on less for people to hit while driving.


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    Very nice!! Which hunt was this if you don't mind me asking?


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    Targeted moose hunt on KGB


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    Congrats! Sweet hunt and close to home.
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    Default Winter goat(s)

    Took my daughter to Kodiak during spring break for a goat hunt. 3 days of being delayed in town due to our stuff we shipped cargo finally arriving...we got out and set up camp in 3-4' of snow. Snowshoes were a must and defiantly added to the difficulty and suck factor. We watched these goats for a few days thru the spotting scope and when we thought we had em figured out we put a stalk on and got em both with 1 shot each at our respective goat.


    Both used a 6.5 creedmoor, I carried a Kimber mountain accent and Chas had a ruger American. For x mas my wife bought me a RCBS press and some reloading gadgets. So since then I been learning and tweaking a round that I could build, shoot from our guns and take a animal. Used 143 gr ELD X rounds, hornady brass and CCI primers.

    Her goat is 9 3/4" and aged at 11.5 years old. I carried my biggest Billy to date, 9.5 years old, 9.5" length with 6 " bases..

    only seen 1 deer in the field and 1 deer by the airport. Few tracks.

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    Goats in the snow are just cool. Where abouts on the island were you? East side west side?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoytguy View Post
    Took my daughter to Kodiak during spring break for a goat hunt. 3 days of being delayed in town due to our stuff we shipped cargo finally arriving...we got out and set up camp in 3-4' of snow. Snowshoes were a must and defiantly added to the difficulty and suck factor. We watched these goats for a few days thru the spotting scope and when we thought we had em figured out we put a stalk on and got em both with 1 shot each at our respective goa


    Both used a 6.5 creedmoor, I carried a Kimber mountain accent and Chas had a ruger American. For x mas my wife bought me a RCBS press and some reloading gadgets. So since then I been learning and tweaking a round that I could build, shoot from our guns and take a animal. Used 143 gr ELD X rounds, hornady brass and CCI primers.

    Her goat is 9 3/4" and aged at 11.5 years old. I carried my biggest Billy to date, 9.5 years old, 9.5" length with 6 " bases..

    only seen 1 deer in the field and 1 deer by the airport. Few tracks.

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    I made it out for a couple spring caribou hunts in February and March. Definitely the best of these was with my 13 year old nephew who managed his first caribou and first ptarmigan while in a full arm cast. Excellent trip!






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    Couple pics of my successful winter targeted moose hunt. The ol Hoyt Carbon Spyder was happy to get out and put fresh groceries in the freezer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    I made it out for a couple spring caribou hunts in February and March. Definitely the best of these was with my 13 year old nephew who managed his first caribou and first ptarmigan while in a full arm cast. Excellent trip!





    Nice! Way to go Brian! Good on ya for helping out your nephew like that. Looks like you had fabulous weather too.

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    Default Another Big Blackie Down

    Nice 6.5' boar with my oldest son.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAredneck View Post
    Nice 6.5' boar with my oldest son.
    Congrats, looks like a perfect pelt too. Nice pig for your kiddo
    Take a youngster out when you go, it will change his/her life forever!!

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    Very nice congrats to you and your son
    Is it opening day of duck season yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by skybust View Post
    Very nice congrats to you and your son
    Thanks, once we got him home and skull out, relaxed he was a solid 6'9". We'll see if the old taxi can stretch him out to hit that magic 7' mark😄 Either way , he's the best black bear we've gotten to date.

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    Dam! Nice bear indeed.
    Congrats to you guys, lots of time invested and it paid off big time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GAredneck View Post
    Nice 6.5' boar with my oldest son.
    Excellent! Good job, dad! Congrats to your son!

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    Had a great time taking a few teenage boys out for their first black bear. Weather was ok but the bear hunting was hot..... Enjoy
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