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    Default Trophy ox down...

    Well, my help on ox expeditions are done for the year. It must be good to be my friend...

    Had a friend that drew a trophy tag for ox up here...again (drew one last year too that lucky SOB). Found these ox about 6 weeks ago, and let them sit for his chance. Turns out...closest we could get the snogos to them was 1.5 miles from where his hog went down. The ox this year seem to have taken up residence on mountain tops...like their cousin the goat. Wasn't easy, but it was success. I'm glad I could help him out... He'll put his third ox in the B&C trophy books:



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    Are those all the better the pictures are going to get?!? Lets see some more...

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    Literally amazing that anything can survive where those things can.

    Nice job man!

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    Here are some other pics. The first is of this year's horns compared to his Last year's trophy ox hunt set:



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    Very cool, A-22. Thanks for the pictures...

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    Taxi place that can turn that into a great wildebeast mount if you would like the number.....

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    Mean looking euro mount! That's what I do with everything I shoot and I don't think there's a better way to display them.

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