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    Here is my 2009 Nunivak Bull.

    I was shooting a Parker Phoenix 34 with Muzzy broadheads.




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    Here is last year's public land Idaho elk. Couldn't quite make it happen again this year..the wolves got em' all!



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    Default '08 Moose FMA

    One 30 yard shot! Late season. Came into my calls and raking.
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    My latest longbow. 69" Ash that draws 55# @ 30"



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    hey Rob,

    Nice looking bow! Each one seems to get nicer.

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    Picture of my boys...already teaching them to use a bow...my 4 year old already wants to go out and shoot bunnies with his bow
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    A couple of whitetail I harvested with my Mathews Q2 on Texas public land. The largest scored just over 174 and the other 129.




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    First bow kill, wild hog in Texas, awesome hunt, these hogs are fun to hunt, they put up a real challenge!

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    Sweet anoyhre nice looking bow. Where do you get your wood if you dont mind me asking? I am having a hard time finding anything on the peninsula besides red oak and hickory. Just looking fore something new to try.

    thanks william

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    apparently having trouble typing and spelling to.

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    Who doesnt believe in reincarnation? That looks like Reggie White!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Kusko View Post
    Here is my 2009 Nunivak Bull.

    I was shooting a Parker Phoenix 34 with Muzzy broadheads.




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    Default Good news, Bad news

    Well, the bad news- No more moose hunting
    The good news- No more moose hunting!
    August 15, 2009 Nothing like a rainy day to sweat out a tracking job!
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    Love it when it comes together
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    Default haul road 09

    haul road august of '09 first bou and first three bow kills



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    Bravo! Tell me how you kill a carribou with a bow. I mean do you stalk these animals...or perhaps pick an obvious trail and make a hide? Or do you find a herd and then determine the plan for ambush?

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    Default caribou

    in unit 26b ther is not any real "trails" they kind of wonder around, you kind of have to find out which way a herd is moving and set uo an ambush, there is not much to hid behind which makes it difficult as well.

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    Got this little guy last day of archery last week, Fist kill with a bow
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    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    Here's my Nunivak Island Muskox I got this winter.
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    Default First Archery Moose

    Solo Archery Moose Hunt in a new area. I shot this bull at 46 yards. I saw him fall over at about 80 yards. Scent Lock works..... 35", 4 brow tine on the right and two sets of forked brow tines on the left kind of neat.
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