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    Thanks for the comments, I am hoping to add a big Utah buck to that wall this year!
    "You can't cheat the mountian Pilgrim"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    Here's a portion of what i have at the house.....all archery from public land. I call this my "bachelor herd" wall.

    Hey bohntr, is that far left a blacktail?

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    WOW!! Beautiful mounts! Who does your taxidermy? It looks amazing!!

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    Hey bohntr, is that far left a blacktail?
    It's a CA hybrid (cross) most likely. Here's a Blacktail (Hybrid) I arrowed a few ago in CA........they sure look different in the facial structure don't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    Here's a portion of what i have at the house.....all archery from public land. I call this my "bachelor herd" wall.

    Show off!!

    Those images get me pumped for the up coming season.

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    That's a nice Cali buck! I have taken a few dandy's here in Cali as well. I'll try and post them on here. I hunt mostly Zone D-14 and just started hunting deer and elk out of state. I got the fever bad!!!

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    Here's my biggest archery buck which i killed last year... hoping to get a bigger one this year cant wait! Hopefully i have a wall like you guys in the next 10+ years...
    Last edited by hubba20; 05-03-2011 at 07:42 PM.

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    Bohuntr...If you get any deer with longer mainbeams, you might have to trim your ceiling fan blades! NICE deer!!

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    BOHNTR,
    I second 264Magnum's comment! That is my dream-wall. Very impressive...all public land and all archery...I'm still in aaaaaahhhhhh!! My "bachelor herd" is much smaller, but I can also say that mine is purely public land DIY (The Eastman Way).
    Go afield with a good attitude, with 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. -Fred Bear

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    Thanks guys.....but really, that wall represents many years of bowhunting in several states, coupled a lot of LUCK. Several of those were taken on the Kaibab during a time when the archery hunt was over-the-counter and was a premier hunt for DIY type guys like us. Nothing against those who primarily hunt with guides, but I prefer to do it on my own if possible.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

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