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Killdeer
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Glorious! That is some GREEN!

Killdeer [thumbsup]

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SuperKodiak38
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Thanks Jock!

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"Go afield with a good attitude, respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience.It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person."

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ber643
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Great pics all around (I come here for my "fixes" and to dream - LOL)

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Littlefeather
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I did some stand sitting yesterday. I saw lots and lots of deer. Even had a Boar hog come right down the trail I was sitting over. He got my wind before he entered my shooting lane. Thats huntin. Here's a pic of one of the many spotted deer I saw yesterday. CK


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JC
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MMMMM, samich makins....

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[bigsmyl]

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These pics were on my 35mm camera from a scouting trip for elk. It had rained that morning and the clouds were low. This is the canyon I'm gonna elk hunt this year. It's all foot work, no horse trails in this part and no moters allowed. Wished I had some pack goats [Wink]
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Roughcountry
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Another shot zoomed a little, it's bout 6 miles down to the far face. Theres a horse trail at the bottom of it and it's another four miles to the road. One week ta go [bigsmyl]
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Yes...you need some goats for sure [Big Grin] [Big Grin]
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I can be a pack goat for you [thumbsup] just to be able to see that beautiful country would be worth it......Only problem is that I might be the only "pack goat" that carries a bow [bigsmyl] [bigsmyl] Great photos [thumbsup]

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Santiam
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Hey Robin,

Good luck Saturday...I went up yesterday to check out this little high cascade basin...Its a natural funnel and the elk are crossing it regular... [thumbsup]

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Santiam
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And I do have packing help. [bigsmyl]

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Roughcountry
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Yohon, thats the rule. Ya gotta be packin a bow, an at least a couple arrows. I got a spare packframe so don't bother bringin one [Smile]

Bill,nice lookin basin. Luck to you too, I'm gonna try for deer first then move on down for elk. Goin back up tuesday to do some glassin. I got a great buck spotted if I can figure how to get to him, if he spots me the big timber will swallow him up.

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Roughcountry
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That goats got flippers in case the water gets deep.

Great pic bill [thumbsup]

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I keep forgetting that you eastsiders don't get a late season...Its elk,elk,elk for September...Worry about deer in November... [Big Grin]

No time off for elk this year...I am going to be a weekend warrior...Lucky for me that most of my elk country is a hour or less away.. [bigsmyl]

I took this pic last year,labor day weekend right above the little basin on the ridge...The back bull has cows and keeps running off the smaller bull...We had a ringside seat and it was great fun to watch..

About 2 hours later we called in the smaller bull and passed him because we were heading over to your country the next week...

I have no such inhibitions this year and everything from a spike up is fair game... [readit]

Maybe even a big cow...Depends on my mood.. [bigsmyl]

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