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  1. #201
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    Finally entered the new millennium and can post pics via my tablet! Pics from Chukar Camp.
    "All God does is watch us and kill us when we get boring. We must never, ever be boring."

  2. #202
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    And the aforementioned ďGoal PostsĒ from earlier this year.




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  3. #203
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    Cool buck. Super tall.
    Chukar pics have that familiar,
    ď holy hell that was a long walk only to have them little fuckers flush super wildĒ.

  4. #204
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Cool buck. Super tall.
    Chukar pics have that familiar,
    ď holy hell that was a long walk only to have them little fuckers flush super wildĒ.
    We got em pretty good but yeah, we were kicked in.


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  5. #205
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    Well after the encounters with older bucks did not pan out last night I pulled the trigger on a young buck who stood broadside 30 yards away in one of my shooting lanes. Just needed to end the deer hunting, put some meat in the freezer and give myself a couple weeks to look for elk. Definitely feel grateful and relieved to have some meat, young whitetail is prime table fare in my book. The big bucks will live on for now, and maybe we'll play the chess game again next season.


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    Thatíll eat real well.

  7. #207
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    Stubble field WT's are the best. Truth be told, I'd be happy punching doe tags for the rest of my days.

  8. #208
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    Sick updates!

    Glad the Rev found ol' goal posts and yeahman won't starve

    Paging WhiteroomG - any updates?

  9. #209
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    Tasty looking whitetail yeahman!

    Quote Originally Posted by MiddleOfNight View Post

    Paging WhiteroomG - any updates?
    I worked all weekend. Heading out tomorrow in earnest. Hoping this bit of weather got some movement happening.

    Meanwhile at my dad's NYS deer camp:

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  10. #210
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    Way to go Yeahman! Nice work on getting some venison into the freezer.

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    Thatís what itís all about in the end...good food.

    A few pics from this morning. Sam, the 1.5 year old,had quite the coming out party on her second duck hunt. She and Judy (her older sister) alternated on retrieves and Sam ended up with a successful 100 yard blind on the very last bird, a wounded drake that sailed and swam. Pretty wild but that seems to be her M.O...the dumbest dog Iíve ever owned but a savant in the field. Here she is on one of 21 retrieves.



    Judy and I at shooting hours.




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  12. #212
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    Man, I need to get a dog. Slow duck hunting down here right now, but I cut up 5 elk shanks and did osso bucco for 10 tonight with a polenta base. Braised for ~5 hours, fell off the bone. Amazing. Scraping out the marrow onto my girlfriends homemade sourdough at the end was otherworldly.
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  13. #213
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    Man, I need to get a dog.
    I need your elk recipe or better yet for you to cook a meal. That looks like a fantastic spread for your dinner guests.

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    Wow that does look good!

    The white tails are suicidally rutting right now.

    Bunch of near misses this weekend driving about the mtns.
    watch out for snakes

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    This is the Hank Shaw Osso Bucco Recipe, if you don't own a copy of Buck Buck Moose, put it on your Christmas list. Full of fantastic and pretty easy recipes.
    "If we can't bring the mountain to the party, let's bring the PARTY to the MOUNTAIN!"

  16. #216
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    Fall Days Afield 19/20

    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    if you don't own a copy of Buck Buck Moose, put it on your Christmas list. Full of fantastic and pretty easy recipes.
    +1

    With that said, yours looks exquisite.
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    Yeah no doubt, that shank looks awesome.

    Nice dog pics Rev.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    This is the Hank Shaw Osso Bucco Recipe, if you don't own a copy of Buck Buck Moose, put it on your Christmas list. Full of fantastic and pretty easy recipes.
    +1
    I cooked the Austrian Braised Shank recipe last weekend with a couple Mule Deer Shanks cut in half. Good Lord! So good, was just telling hunting buddy this weekend that shanks may be my favorite cut now.

  19. #219
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcove View Post
    shanks may be my favorite cut now.
    This shank adulation should be kept quiet. Low cost cut, high flavor value across multiple species game and domesticated animals.

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    The frustration level is building. Only walked 6 miles today and found a pair of bull tracks cutting clear across from private to private. Otherwise nothing but old tracks from 4-5 days ago when it was winter. This mild weather really shut everything down. Gonna get my ass soaked tomorrow, but the thought is that actual rain/snow will get them out of their beds.

  21. #221
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    Fall Days Afield 19/20

    Bummer man. Elk in the rain, Iíll stay in bed. Iíve hunted elk enough in rain to know they stay in bed reminding me to stay in bed. Canít kill them from the couch so good luck man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2FUNKY View Post
    Bummer man. Elk in the rain, Iíll stay in bed. Iíve hunted elk enough in rain to know they stay in bed reminding me to stay in bed. Canít kill them from the couch so good luck man!
    Agreed. Rain sucks.

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    My thought was to bag it as well, but I gotta work rest of the week probably. Last time it rained I had a super close encounter at like 25 yds and just wasn't ready to shoot. I know forums are kinda whatever, but lots of people saying they shoot elk in the rain. As long as it's not a heavy rain they will be moving more than a warm/dry day when they just bed during daylight.

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    Like i said, go get sum! Good luck man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    As long as it's not a heavy rain they will be moving
    I don't know shit about shit, but from what I've seen it's gotta be pouring before they even think about giving a fuck. The silver lining to a steady rain is that it generally means fewer hunters, but it also means a greater chance I'm going to bust my ass skating down a spruce log.

    Good luck to ya, you've certainly been putting in the hours.
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