My family and I went to Africa in August 2008. The second day, This blue wildebeest bull came in to the water hole. He presented a 17 yard broadside shot, which I took with my Mathews Drenalin and an Aftershock Maniac broadhead. I was more than pleased with the outcome.
My cousins elk!!!
He took it in the White Mountains of Arizona
Alaska Bull Moose
Jamey Rothmeier of Eagle River, AK, shot this bull moose while hunting on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska.
Blue Wildebeeste taken while on a “No Boys Allowed” All women’s hunt to S. Africa in 2007
My very first 200 yd. shot using a 300 Win. Mag rifle w/a 180 grain bullet. (1 shot/1 kill) This beautiful Blue Wildebeeste was taken while on an NRA sponsored Women On Target hunt to S. Africa in Aug. 2007.
Alaska-Yukon Moose that is 70″ wide and scores 238 B&C
My friend and I went on a ten day unguided float trip north of Fairbanks in September. On the fifth day of the trip we had stopped and called for an extended period of time where there was good moose sign. After getting no response we continued floating and went around a bend about 100 yards downstream and this magnificent bull presented me with an 80 yard shot.
Although January is summer in South Africa and not the PRIME time to safari, a two day lay over on my return flight home and hard stalk hunting paid off with a trophy Wildebeest.
Matt Culley killed this musk ox while hunting in single-digit temperatures in Alaska this October.
Opening day of ’07. Buffalo Peaks wilderness area in Colorado. Growing up in MO I never walked up on such a large animal! Finaly got to use my new pack frame.
Although January is summer in South Africa and not the PRIME time to safari. a two day lay over and hard stalk hunting paid off with a trophy Impala.
This California Roosevelt Elk was the first big game animal I have ever shot. He scores 322 6/8 B&C.;
San Andreas Wildlife Refuge Oryx
NM Oryx are a legacy of Frank Hibben, an anthropology professor and real world Indiana Jones who was on the NM game commission. Love them or hate them, they have added variety to big game seasons for NM hunters. This was my first Oryx taken during a depredation hunt at 260 yards with a Ruger No. 1 .300 Win Mag.
I had drawn a 2008 muskox tag on Nunivak Island and it would be a great place to try to take a big game animal with my homemade .53 rifle. I hunted the first week of March and the weather was still very raw. I will never forget how I felt as I walked over to him, his dark fur against an endless white background.
Pennsylvania Black Bear – Ryan Farley
This bruin was shot Monday, November 24th, 2008 in Lycoming County Pennsylvania. His estimated live weight was 586 pounds, with a field dressed weight of 497. The skull scored 20 9/16″, making the Boone & Crockett Awards Club. This big boy was brought down with my handloaded Barnes TSX 150 grain hollow-point bullets fired from a Ruger .30-06 rifle.
uncle tony’s big bull
shot in archery 2008 unit 61
Joey Hughes took an 18-yard shot to drop this 400-pound bear while hunting in Kenora, Canada.
I shoot that moose on the second morning of rifle hunting season. It have a 49 1/2″ rack and the quarter at the butcher weight 705 pounds.I was going up the hill and when I reach the top,the moose just jump up,he was laying down about 50 yards on the other side of the hill,I raise my 30/06 and shoot.He ran about 55 yards before dropping.The best moose of my life so far.Thanks
Cousin Joe and a Idaho Black Bear
My Cousin and a nice Idaho Black Bear
New Zealand Red Stag
This was my second animal on my New Zealand hunt with my dad’s childhood best friend who promised him to take me hunting before he passed away a little over a year ago.