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    He's not going to mount it. It's a nice buck, but he has bigger on the wall and in the rafters.

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    Awesome cool pics. Congratulations to you both!

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    Those are freakin great looking bucks.

    Looks like you guys really worked for them and the hard work paid off big time.

    Dan

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    Thanks again guys.

    Cisco: I really like the Sitka pack. I was skeptical of it's meat hauling capabilities going into the trip, but it proved to be more than plenty capable of everything I threw at it. I think my first trip out was about 115 lbs. Ya it felt extremely heavy, but it was stable and easy to adjust all the straps to shift the load from shoulders to hips when one got tired. All the traps and buckles make it easy to carry gear on the outside when you have the inside stuffed with meat. I also like that it compresses down enough to be worn as a daypack for short hunts close to home, and the pockets on the waste belt are really nice for carrying your rangefinder, GPS, windchecker, and extra shells close without having them in your pants pocket.

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    Awesome photos man. Congrats to you and your dad.
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    Beautiful country. Congratulations. What area of Nevada?

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    Great pics and dandy mulies thanks for sharing!!

 

 

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