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    A couple archery elk

    This was my first elk, got her in NM in 2008. 19 yards.





    This was my first bull. NM also. September 2009. 34 yard quartering away shot.




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    Nice work on your elk there bud, looks like you're off to a great start, keep up the spirit!!!

    ElkNut1

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    VERY nice! ...nice choice on equipment, too! :-)

    What are your plans for this year? NM again, or somewhere else?

    Chris
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    Probably won't be able to swing NM again this year. Just got accepted into Sonoma State University so time will be tight. My dad and I have a pile of bonus points for NV muleys so we should draw tags there (80-something% chance). Then it's CA blacktails as always, possibly OR for bear, and a little whitetail action in GA around Christmas time.

    I see your a PSE guy also, you can read an article about one of my blacktails from last season on the PSE website.

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    Awesome first bull.

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    Nice elk , good luck on future hunts.

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    great job!!
    I Love the smell of Elk in the mornin
    The arrow is everything

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    Awesome, cangrats!
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    Congrats on your success, that's a great looking bull!

    Best of Luck,
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    Looking like you've got some nice full freezers. Great pictures.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

 

 

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