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Hummer3T
Contributor 2015
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I'm back from a ten day adventure with my best friend (TDHunter). What an adventure, fishing and hunting. I was able after my forth goat hunt over 8 years to live out a dream. I harvest my FIRST recurve animal, a mountain goat! I have had opportunities to take other species with my recurve but have chose not to. I'm glad I did to allow for this to be my first. We treked up two different mountains, this hunting is both the most mental and physical experience.

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AZWarts
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Awesome! that is a hell of a first trad kill man! What made you want to hold out on the other animals?

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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That is a dream of mine , congrats sir , Well done.....
,,,Sam,,,

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trad_bowhunter1965
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Awesome thank you for sharing your pictures.

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rastaman
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Awesome trophy sir! Way to go!

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Randy Keene

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Bjorn
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What-you don't like to type? LOL
Let's hear the story-that is a beautiful trophy, and a once in a lifetime hunt for most of us.

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Bisch
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WOW!!!! Mountain Goat with a stick bow. That is impressive.

Congrats to you, sir!

Bisch

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sore fingers
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Great Goat man! Beutiful looking country. Yeah, id love to hear the story some time if you feel like sharing it with us. Congrats again.
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chinook907
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Way to go ! Nice b-b-b-b-billy.

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OBXarcher
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A goat for the first one. That's hard to top.

Congrats !!!!

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steadman
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Very Cool!! Congrats [thumbsup]

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Hopewell Tom
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Way to go! What a place!
And NOW - the Story...

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Wendell Berry

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wapiti792
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Great goat! I am due to travel to BC next year to try the same. CONGRATS [campfire]

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Mike Davenport

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swp
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Nice goat, congrats!!!

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GREASEMAN
Contributor 2015
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I went Stone Sheep hunting in Toad River B.C. and what a place! Killed a beautifull Ram!
You learn quick what "High Lonesome" really means

My partner shot a P&Y Goat on the same trip!We could have stayed forever!

Awesome country! It was hard to leave!

Congrats on the Beautifull Goat!

Cheers!!

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