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    Smile Sheep Season 2008-Are You Ready?!

    Cannot wait to get back to AK and chase ovis in Aug...here are a few pics from my 2006 and 2007 rams. Its time to turn the trng up a notch--Cannot wait for that first sunrise while glassing...HEAVY PACKS AND FULLCURLS!
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    Default 2007 broomer

    shot this old boy last fall...
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    He trains my hands for war, so that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.

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    Thumbs up Can't wait...

    Did another training hike today. Need to get a couple small pieces of gear, got the time off approved, need to do some more shooting and get my partner on a few training hikes so he can keep up with me
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    Shooting my bow as often as possible, though I need to start getting out and shooting one arrow every morning. My in-laws will be leaving in two days, and though it has been nice having them here, having them gone will free up substantial time for training climbs. I love the anticipation of sheep season!

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    That 2007 Broomer looks like Eureka Ram. How close am I?
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    Eureka ram?
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    I think he means did you shoot it out near Eureka.

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    Talking negative

    negative--shot on 68th and Lake Otis!
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    Looks like I got a new area to scout this summer.

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    No sheep this year, but a goat tag has me doing laps in my mothers pool twice a day. It's 99* out right now at 12:14am and I just got done doing 1hr of kick laps. The legs are feeling pretty good and should be back to shape when I get home for the real work out.

    I love pool training!

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    Curt, I'm so glad you're going to be in good shape - it'll really help you when you're packing out my bison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Curt, I'm so glad you're going to be in good shape - it'll really help you when you're packing out my bison.
    With that picture of your last bison that you've been floating around here lately - from only 5 years ago - you do realize that if you actually draw it again this year, you will be the most hated person on the forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Curt, I'm so glad you're going to be in good shape - it'll really help you when you're packing out my bison.
    Yep! Legs will work just fine to walk over and start the 6 wheeler for "that" pack job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snyd View Post
    Did another training hike today. Need to get a couple small pieces of gear, got the time off approved, need to do some more shooting and get my partner on a few training hikes so he can keep up with me

    That aint no lie!...grin

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