Reader Shots: November 2006

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Scott Norkey bagged this 13-pointer with his Mossberg 12-gauge in the early hours of opening day in Michigan.Field & Stream Online Editors
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David Petereit of Glen Ellyn, IL caught this king salmon on Lake Creek, Alaska.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Ruger Miller, 9, downed this monster with his crossbow in Minerva, Ohio. The 14-pointer had a green score of 171 and a 26 1/2-inch inside spread.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Jessica Pence got herself this 6x3 mulley buck about 10 minutes into the season in the Ochoco National Forest in Prineville, Oregon.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Marc Robinson hauled in this nearly 50-inch lake trout from Great Bear Lake in Canada.Field & Stream Online Editors
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This 280-pound 18-pointer was shot by Patrick Dunn on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with a muzzleloader.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Scott Ballard showing off his ringnec, shot during a hunt in Kansas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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This 11-point Tennessee buck was brought down by 13-year-old Stephen Mullens.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Lance Ray and Brandon Jennings were fishing for king salmon on the Sacramento River in Cottonwood Calif. when they pulled in these two monsters. The larger weighed in at 41.7 pounds and the smaller is 27.3 pounds.Field & Stream Online Editors
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This 70-pound halibut was reeled in by Jennifer Anderson in Sitka, Alaska.Field & Stream Online Editors
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This nice amberjack was caught by Wayne Johnson from Mississippi.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"I shot this black bear with my 1955 Winchester Model 70 Featherweight .270. I was deer hunting by myself near Tinnemaha Creek in Inyo County, CA when I came up on this big guy. He dressed out at 352 pounds and is 6 feet 10 inches nose-to-tail. I hear he may be the biggest bear ever taken in the area, by far. What an awesome hunt!" - Sean PecaField & Stream Online Editors
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Colby Nitterhouse of Chambersburg, Pa. brought down this nice mule deer.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"I caught this enormous male king salmon fresh in to spawn upriver from Lake Michigan on the Muskegon River, Michigan. After an hour of fighting this fish on light fly tackle in the strong current, it required the team effort to handle the boat and position the net in the to land him. He weighed more than 32 pounds. The only fish I could land all day just happened to be one of the largest." - Don France, Marcellus, Mich.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"Hunting with my 15-year-old son in North Branch, Minn. He shot this 8-point buck and doe back to back in the first hour opening morning. I taught him everything I know." - Tom Tschida, Hugo, Minn.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Pearson Graham, 6, hooked this 5-pound bass in Oxtown, South Carolina and landed it by himself. Unable to find any crickets at the local bait shop, Pearson caught and used a grasshopper for bait.Field & Stream Online Editors
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On opening morning, Travis Tweeten missed a buck from about 250 yards away, and then 14 days later he got this one, which was a little bigger and a little closer than the one he missed.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Derek McGee's largest bow kill, a 5 1/2-year old, 8-point buck, shot on the McGee Ranch in Goldthwaite, Texas.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Ca'Lyn Zachary took this nice 8-point on the last day of the Arkansas black powder season. The buck was aged at 5 1/2-years old, which is "pretty rare for the area where I hunt because of the hunting pressure," says Zachary.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Charles Bishop reeled in this lake trout in Canada.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Jimmy Caldwell, 10, of Flora, MS, bagged this 8-point buck while hunting with his dad on family land. He made a clean shot at 120 yards with his 7mm/08. He had buck fever so bad the entire tree was shaking. His fellow hunters heard him screaming with excitement.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Jim Malik from Rapid City, S.D. got this nice gobbler in the fall season.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Brian Fitzpatrick and his 37-pound Western Long Island Sound striper. "The cow took a live bunker on light spinning gear in early June of 2006," says Fitzpatrick.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Breann Decker from Pagosa Springs, Colo. poses with her elk.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"Being a college professor has some advantages, like taking off on Thursday afternoon to go fish the mighty Colorado River and landing this 27-inch monster brown." - Tony PetrellaField & Stream Online Editors
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"After two missed shots the evening before, Kayle, 15, with her first deer. It sounded like she was cheering at the football game when the big doe went down." - Joseph Campise, her proud father.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Ashley Smith caught her first smallmouth, this 3-pounder, out of the Green River Reservoir in Morrisville, Vt.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Keaton Ray, 11, of Richland, Texas got this 10-point buck opening morning in Navarro County, Texas. Using a .243, he brought him down with about a 40-yard shot that hit the deer in the neck. The buck field dressed at 127 pounds and had a 17 1/2-inch spread.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Erin Gahringer and her son Dillan, grouse hunting on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska.Field & Stream Online Editors
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"We were on Mille Lacs Lake in Minnesota and I managed to land this very nice keeper walleye at 21 3/4-inches. It was also the largest keeper on the party boat for the night." - Kim (Goldy) YeutsyField & Stream Online Editors
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This nice 10-pointer was brought down by John Godard of Klamath Falls, Ore.Field & Stream Online Editors
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3-year-old Elijah Scott caught this crappie with a Scooby-Doo Shakespeare while on vacation in north Louisiana.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Joel Shucavage of Macungie, Pa. harvested this buck on the first day of Pennsylvania's archery season. This 8-point buck had an estimated weight of 215 pounds and a spread of 20 1/2-inches, and was taken on state game lands.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Larry Switzer of Alamo, Calif., caught this ling cod, which was estimated at 55 pounds, out of Old Harbor in Kodiak, Alaska.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Matthew Marrujo, 13, from Las Vegas, Nev., brought down this buck with 250-yard shot.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Edward Machacek caught this 35 1/2-inch Northern on a Crappie Rig with just 6-pound test. "Naturally we put it back in for other people to enjoy," says Machacek.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Chris Jupin connected with this big Adirondack bruiser at Schroon Lake, NY.Field & Stream Online Editors
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New to hunting, Pete Cavallaro, 47, took this nice buck (his first) with a compound bow in Summit County, Ohio.Field & Stream Online Editors
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Nicholas Busse, 7, caught this 3-pound bass off a dock with a night crawler. It gave him quite the fight but he loved every minute of it. To him this was a monster, and his Spider-Man pole has some good fish fighting action. - Joseph BusseField & Stream Online Editors
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Shawn Greenier, 15, from Sabattus, Maine got his first buck while hunting with his mom. The 8-pointer weighed 202 pounds.Field & Stream Online Editors
Andrew Johnson took this 6 by 6 bull on Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 8:20 A.M. while hunting the Perroulis Ranch, located outside of Craig, Colorado.Field & Stream Online Editors