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    Post Up a Pic Of Your First Elk!

    Or your earliest elk you have pics with!
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    My first and only NV bull from 1996. Building points again and hopefully will draw another one before I'm too darn old.

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    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    Everyone says that I am older than dirt but that is a little bit of a exaggeration. I remember playing in the dirt as a young lad so we have to be close to the same age.

    For some reason I have never been a shutter bug taking pictures when I can just look at what is in front of me. Heck I have taken more pictures in the last 5 years than I did in all the other years that I have been alive. I didn't have a camera when I shot my first elk. A nice 6x6 in the bottom of a canyon where our camp was on top. Even the next 10 or so never got a picture taken of them and even my 343 bull out of the Book Cliffs in Utah didn't get a photo until he was hanging on the wall.

    Here he is.

    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    My poor horse, at that point I had no clue what i was doing...
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    This is going to be a awesome thread.
    ... because every picture tells a story

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    Post Up a Pic Of Your First Elk!

    Got my first elk in 2011 based on sheer luck, didnt harvest another one until 2016 and got my third in 2017. Hunting style has done a complete 180 and Im glad its paid off!




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    My first bull. Nevada 2006 with a couple guys you might recognize.

    One of the best and Hardest hunts I've ever been on to date. I learned more in that week with Guy about hunting then I gathered in years of hunting on my own.

    Great times with amazing friends.
    My hunting partner Jeff is there too.
    ... because every picture tells a story

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    I was 40 before I bought my first camera. just was never big on pics so this is best I can do.
    my best ,not first. killed in 2001.

    my first was a small 5x5.
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    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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