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Joseph
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This hunt started out as an Elk hunt in the Missouri Breaks but the elk hunting wasn't to good so we (HooDoo Arrow & me) started looking for Antelope. In the middle of a stalk on a herd of antelope I shot this buck after missing the granddaddy of Muledeer 10 minutes earlier
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Even though he isn't the monster I missed I couldn't be happier getting a good shot at an unassuming muledeer on the ground who didn't have a clue in the world I was there. It was a good hunt and a good reminder that you always need to be on the lookout for unexpected oppurtunities [thumbsup] Joseph

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Guru
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Congrats Joseph.....The big one will be around for next time.Good shootin'

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Timo
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Good on ya Joseph! (you ole coyote)haha [Big Grin] [Big Grin]

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Joseph
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Thanks guys, it still amazes me when everything works out right and I get a critter! Joseph

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Doug Campbell
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Dang biggest coyote I ever seen!! [Wink] Good job Joseph [thumbsup] [thumbsup]

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TexMex
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Great job, look at the color in 'em eyes.
The deer's [bigsmyl]

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Woodduck
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Terrific picture...glad it happened, for you.
Thanks for sharing...

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Holm-Made
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Blue jeans and all. I've hunted one time around Lewistown. Your a lucky man. Chad

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Hoodoo Arrow
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....But the elk hunting wasn't too good....
Translation, he got tired of watching me blow stalks on perfectly good bull elk.

Didn't notice those demon eyes on that dang thing when I took the pic. That looks plumb freaky.

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