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    It’s kind of funny how a hunt plays in your mind, thinking about big horns and the perfect stalk, but you never know what cards you’ll be dealt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NyRick View Post
    It?s kind of funny how a hunt plays in your mind, thinking about big horns and the perfect stalk, but you never know what cards you?ll be dealt.
    I've lived every hunt a thousand times before it actually happens.
    Never yet played out that way. Lol

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ID:	22291 I took some kids out antelope hunting last weekend. For 2 of them it was their first hunt and it turned out great. I used a 270 that was my grandpa's rifle with a 4 power weaver on it. Definately my favorite hunt of the year!

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    Sounds like a GREAT hunt 7mag.

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    The old man got a stud 15.5" CO public land

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    Looks like some good hunts happening here this year!
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    Good on you NyRick for taking the wounded animal.Right thing to do when others may have passed.(no one on EHJ of course)
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    Nice one Codak don't get to see the red stuff on the snow very often in Arkansas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtclod Az. View Post
    Good on you NyRick for taking the wounded animal.Right thing to do when others may have passed.(no one on EHJ of course)

    Dirtclod, he was also wearing red lipstick. I had to get a picture of that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NyRick View Post
    It’s kind of funny how a hunt plays in your mind, thinking about big horns and the perfect stalk, but you never know what cards you’ll be dealt.
    NyRick,
    Kind of know how your hunt went. Last year we had a wonderful hunt for deer with my grandsons in the Big Horn basin. Was overjoyed to see my grandsons each bag a nice muley buck. I ended up filling my tag when I spotted a limping forkie. Upon further observation I could see it had a broken hind leg with bone protruding. I didn't think twice about relieving its misery. We tagged out and had a wonderful hunt in spite of the lame deer. This is the second time this has happened to me in WY. 3 or 4 years ago just outside of Worland I shot a big 3x3 in his bed. Again broken hind leg, this time with maggots in the wound. Saved all but that hind quarter for sausage meat.
    Sometimes you wonder who did the shooting!
    My adversity this year was hitting a buck with my truck on I90 about 3 miles or so from my turn off to where I camp. I made emergency repairs and drove home 860 miles. Didn't get to hunt.
    Glad you guys had a good time, it gets in your blood.
    Randy

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