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    Hilarious.

    Congrats on Goliath, BTW. Sounds like a whopper, stud, prairie-donkey goat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    Hilarious.

    Congrats on Goliath, BTW. Sounds like a whopper, stud, prairie-donkey goat.
    He is! Heres a pic of when I first seen him. Click image for larger version. 

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    Good story hard stalk.....lol
    And great pic... I can see his horns well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Been driving for 5 hours. Im "loosing" it
    Don't pass up a bathroom 1hr into the trip that you wouldn't pass up 8hrs into it.

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    Haha! This is getting hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    So there I was... Stocking a speed goat, it was a hardcore DYI style hunt on the nevuda oregoyn border. He had 4 doe and button buck with him. I named him goliath as soon as I put my crosshairs on em from my two two three. I said to myself. " dont pass on the first day a stud buck like this if ill take him the last day" i wanted to shoot fast so I wouldnt loose him. After harvesting the buck I was super stoked I didnt end up with tag soup.

    His horns scored 94 7/8 net!! My friend who is the best guide in the state measured him.
    Booyah, dude!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    So there I was... Stocking a speed goat, it was a hardcore DYI style hunt on the nevuda oregoyn border. He had 4 doe and button buck with him. I named him goliath as soon as I put my crosshairs on em from my two two three. I said to myself. " dont pass on the first day a stud buck like this if ill take him the last day" i wanted to shoot fast so I wouldnt loose him. After harvesting the buck I was super stoked I didnt end up with tag soup.

    His horns scored 94 7/8 net!! My friend who is the best guide in the state measured him.
    Ha ha! It would be hilarious if someone did a parody of all the hunting shows.


    *some guy shoots a buck*

    "WOOOO! YEAH BABY! WE JUST LIT OUR HAIR ON FIRE! Look at this monster! This is Ol Two Ears. He's got this ear right here, and over here he has another one almost identical. Very symmetrical! ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! GIVE ME SOME!"

    "I tell you what(pauses to catch breath). We got Bushnell trail cam pictures of this joker. He been walking through here at night to eat from the food we seen planted for him. This realtree AP made us invisible and with our new 2013 scent preventer technology, we were able to sit up here in this tree and he never knew we were here! I drew back my new Deerwhacker 958 bow and FLUNG THE HAMMER AT THIS JOKER! KABOOM SHACKALAKA!!"

    "I want to thank Big Deer Farms for their outstanding work with the genetics of these deer. Their fences are top of the line, high quality stuff. And to the amazing Front Porch Outfitters. Just an awesome hunt. He'll score maybe 280, 290. Look at the mass on this joker! No tag soup for me this week, Goliath has fallen! Just goes to show how hard work, and long hours in the wilderness can pay off. Nothing can top a DYI hunt, where to have to battle the elements and everything nature can throw at you."

    "Back up the truck! Toss him in and lets go play the guitar by the fire!"

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    So was this Goliath you harvested a 10 pointer?

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    Hardstalk, thats funny! I've never heard a story that starts out with "So there I was" that wasn't funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    So there I was... Stocking a speed goat, it was a hardcore DYI style hunt on the nevuda oregoyn border. He had 4 doe and button buck with him. I named him goliath as soon as I put my crosshairs on em from my two two three. I said to myself. " dont pass on the first day a stud buck like this if ill take him the last day" i wanted to shoot fast so I wouldnt loose him. After harvesting the buck I was super stoked I didnt end up with tag soup.

    His horns scored 94 7/8 net!! My friend who is the best guide in the state measured him.
    Bahahahaha. How far out did ya 'reach out and touch him' with that ole' two two three? Bout a mile, give er take a step?
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