I was on my way to work in Grand Haven Michigan one morning and saw at least 18 Bald Eagles in the channel close to Lake Michigan. These birds are awesome to watch.
Every which way but loose
In the wee hours of the AM, off the bank of Mockinbird Lake, it sounded like someone fell in. Then I heard Louie say “I got one Grampa”. The fish turned Louie every which way but loose. Into the weeds, out of the weeds, into a the tree roots and back out, stripping drag like it was going out of style. But in the end, Louie was victorious. She was a nice one too. Photo’d and released.
Bobcat dragging a fawn
I set up my moultrie trail camera in the back of a cornfield that I hunt. I went back the next week to grab my card and check out my new pics. To my surprise I found a pic of a bobcat dragging what could have been a nice buck for me to hunt in the following years.
Last chance buck
Well, it was Saturday Dec. 18th and I knew these bucks had to eat so I set up on a 60 acre, snow covered, been field. About 15 minutes before last shooting light I decided to step out of the blind to look into the cut corn field behind me. Big Buck! and I sgueezed the trigger on my smoke poll and he never walked another step.
my buddy killed this hog last year first day of bow season on his birthday
Shed Hunting with My Lab in the Steep Canyons of North Central Idaho
Timber bringing in a whitetail shed horn.
Late Season Ohio Buck
I had been hunting this deer all year and following him on my trail camera. I had him in range the week before but no shot. After the bad snowstorm I figured he would looking to eat. Had over 35 deer in bow range that night including my two shooters and shot him just before dark at 30 yards with my bow and watched him fall. It was a long season but well worth it!
LATE SEASON MALLARD/HONKER HUNT
This hunt took place on the last day of the idaho season in 2010. I shot one lone cackler which was my high lite of the day. Dont get me wrong the other 2 honkers and the 7 greenys were awsome but I had never shot a cackler before. Great Day with good friends!!
Manitoba Bull Moose
Bull was shot 10/2/08 on the Churchill River in Northern Manitoba on the last day on a 7 day hunt. Shot at 6:10pm. Bull is a 13×14 points and a 49 inch sp0pmread. It was one of the more crueling hunts I’ve done and I wrote and article for Eastman’s Hunting Journal and titled the artle, “The Broken Horn Camp, the Hunt from Hell”
big Tennessee deer
I was shock when this big boy walk out at 15yd away I took the shot and was not shore if i got him but i did he only ran 15yd way there he was lay he was a 8 point and dress out at 166lb
Mountain Lion dragging a kill
In December I shot a small buck with my bow on the last day of the season. I boned him out on the spot and left with the meat. The next day I went back and set up a camera over the carcass. On Jan 29th the cougars finally found it.
He caught my bass!!
I took my boyfriend out to a log pile on a little row boat. I have fished there for years and there has always been a small mouth bass there just hanging out with the nice sized perch. I have came close to catching him several times, I was always unprepaired and had my line snap. Well the FIRST time I take him out there he catches it. We released it so I’ll get my shot again later.
King of the Block
He was sitting behind a barn in the middle of town in broad daylight. He is the biggest muley i have ever seen. Any thoughts to how big he is.
Bobcat on Deer Carcass
This photo was taken by my Bushnell Trail Sentry camera. Bobcat has tracking collar placed there by the Iowa DNR. This bobcat and his mate visited the deer kill carcass the night of January 29, 2011.
Bowhunting in Wisconsin
Bowhunting in 1949 with no gears or wheels. What you pulled is what you got.
Three years of waiting pays off.
I shot this deer on our farm during the youth season. I had seen bucks like this for the previous three years but never got a shot at any.
Idaho Clearwater River Steelhead
My Friend Amy and Her first ever Steelhead…I love to catch them myself, but nothing like getting someone their first!!!
Coming out of retirement?
One of my daughter’s friends offered to let me ride her horse. I jumped at the chance! Dug my gear out to knock the dust off and limber the leather. Thought I’d share a photo. Lots of memories in that stuff. Wish it could talk. You folks would love the stories!
Took this photo ice fishing in Idaho.
Her first time in the stand, and lone behold the offspring of the buck I had shot two years prior walks into the opening. She made a great shot and now they hang side by side on our living room wall. If you ever get the chance, take a child or woman hunting, there vote counts too.
First treed lion, a female around Seeley Lake. It was a cold calm morning and a fun chase on snowshoes. We treed her with my boyfriend’s 10 year old bluetick and 5 year old black-and-tan. She seems like a good-sized female, he guessed her weight around 105. Looks like I’m hooked on yet another type of hunt!
I Miss Deer Season!!!
I miss deer season so much that i resorted to putting some corn and my trail camera in the Backyard! Also a cool picture.
35″ Wild Steelhead on Idaho’s Salmon River
Roy Holloway landed this beauty measured at 35″ and immediately released it back into the Salmon River.
Beautiful Pacific Sailfish
Buddy Dave with 1 of the many sails we caught in Costa Rica.Fished with a spread of teasers and feed with live sails/marlin/dorado with live bait as we raised them.
cat fishing in south georgia
caught 7 all together
ohio river cat
we went to the ohio and were fishing in july at daylight after a long night catching bait and the rest of the story is history we only got two the whole day.
we saw this deer in illinois riding around looking for deer
Spent my free time during my first semester of college trapping beaver and coyote in the Adiondacks. A new experience for me, being it is illeigal to trap in my home state.
That’s how you do it little brother
My four year old son Clayton landed the biggest fish of the day (5 lbs largemouth) on a Cotton Cordell Grappler Shad. Had to put it on the scale and show his little brother Owen how we get it done!
Five Muley Bucks
These 5 bucks where just hanging in town! I guess they are safe in town
Tattoo Of My Droptine
Finally Got A Buck Worthy Of The Cost And It’s An Awesome Job!!!!!
DUCK DOGS DAY OFF
My son Drake and dog Jake playing while we were fishing on the salmon river. Jake loves to get rocks and put them on the bank and Drake loves throughing the rocks in.
This picture was taken in the 1950s in front of the County Leader office in Newtown Square, PA on Rt. 252. The two men in the back are my great uncles, the Dulaney brothers, Carl on the left and Floyd on the right. They hunted every year near Bushkill Falls, PA and enjoyed showing off their game on the trip home, two bucks show in the pic.