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    Great looking elks for you, I love hunting New Mexico.
    Brian
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    Wow, now that's a great bull. Congratulations and keep it going. Thanks for posting the pics. Also, the cow is great too. I get a cow every year and it's the best tasting meat in the freezer.

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    Thanks guys! The cow tasted great, but the bull is actually just as good. I burgered about half of it, and did steaks with the other half. I ran each and every steak through the Hobart cuber twice, once each direction. They turned out really good and extremely tender. My bull should be done at the Taxi any time now so I'll put up some pics of it when I get him back.

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    nice bull . do you have any nv elk points? where are you heading for deer?

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    Great Job on both elk!!
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

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    Hunting the West...

    That Rack is perfect......

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    NICE!! Your hooked for life now.
    "Shooting for the FUTURE"
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    Mossy Oak, Carbon Express, Parker Bows, Copper John, Montana Decoys and VPA Broadheads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nv-hunter View Post
    do you have any nv elk points? where are you heading for deer?
    I wish... I could use about a dozen elk points over there. I usually only apply for deer and antelope over there, but from now on I'm gonna make better use of the license fee and start putting points for everything in the bank.

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    Very Nice. Congratulations.
    llp

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    Awesome bull!!! You should be proud!
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