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I don't have to go past the first photo and story. Congratulations. Those are the outdoor stories I love. And thank you to your friend for serving.
I will certainly thank him but I am calling so he will be able to read this. This will make his day. Thanks for your comment. I really appreciate it.
That photo of the German Hogzilla looks like something from the Syfy channel.
Great selection of photos.
I love the happy looks on all the young fishermen (male or female), it looks like we will have a great crop of fishermen coming up through the years. Check out the shirt the young fellow in picture number 33 is wearing. Its made me chuckle and he probably does not realize the inference. Took me back to 1959 when I got my first Zebco as a present for my First Communion. We had 8 boys in the family and it was a tradition my father started. I spend the day in that all white suit and casted the rubber plastic plug until the sun went down, now and 60 and a disabled Marine my fishing days are far and few in between and these pictures make me smile and happy to see all the smiles. Every notice no matter how old when the picture is taken the person catching the fish always has a smile on his or her face. Fishing, the great relaxer. Semper Fi.
On picture # 45, I found a 10 point last year that someone arrowed and did not find, thought how sick the person must feel who shot it, the person who could not find the one in #45 must still have a hard time sleeping!
That picture on #45 looks more like a mule deer than a whitetail.
#45 is a mule deer..... Either that or an Irish elk.
Fishing a small lake in Ontario in early August. I'm curious, what did you use? Spinner bait, daredevil?
wowzers, number #45 is a stud mulie. Spread has to be more than 30 inches. Magnificent fronts and backs. Looks to easily exceed 200 inches. I think Ted from above is correct, the guy probably hasn't had a good nights sleep since.
Where we fish in Ontario we normally fish with a mepps cyclops spoon in a gold color but silver may be a great color depending on a few factors. Usually we fish the no 2. Jerry caught his big pike on a Johnson weedless minnow spoon in a gold color. Hope this helps.
I just posted a close up of the boar's head. Hopefully I will have more pictures from that drive hunt where the boar was taken up soon, and more from hunts like it starting this fall.
Hailey looks like she is now a dedicated hunting dog. That's a great outcome for a shelter dog. The picture of the dog in OR is a good one too. Great bunch of pics folks!
#4 is the best
The bass in #4 is HUGE. Kudos on the catch!
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