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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Ya no tongue in pics. The trick is that if the animals mouth stays open when your holding it up for a photo or tongue is sticking out. Put the tongue back it its mouth or cut it off. Lay his head on the ground keeping his mouth closed for about 15-20 min and the rigs will set in and keep it closed. It will also tighten up the lips too so you won't see and teeth.
    Better yet take a clear material and sew the mouth shut. I know who does this and makes the pic fantastic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    There are 4341 forum members and 98,900 EBH and EBJ subscribers.
    Nearly 100k subscribers surprises me, I didn't expect it to be that high.. With 100k members, Eastmans could really sway the odds of units they like.

    My worst nightmare is having my unit show up as a blue chipper in next years mag.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post

    My worst nightmare is having my unit show up as a blue chipper in next years mag.
    I can appreciate that, my favorite Antelope unit in Wy showed up as a blue chip a couple of years ago!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Ya no tongue in pics. The trick is that if the animals mouth stays open when your holding it up for a photo or tongue is sticking out. Put the tongue back it its mouth or cut it off. Lay his head on the ground keeping his mouth closed for about 15-20 min and the rigs will set in and keep it closed. It will also tighten up the lips too so you won't see and teeth.
    Good advise for the next 1 but its a little late for this time. I would of put it back in and gone back to get the tripod to put the camera on and got better pics if I had thought about it but as I said I was a bit excited at the time
    What about blood? Is it best to move your animal to a clean spot, clean it off their mouth ect? Was just looking at my pics again and noticed on my antelope the blood is really showing up in the snow and my deer has blood all over his chin.
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    Wonder if they'll publish a story of a hunt where you got skunked and came home to eat tag soup?
    Well written and lots a pictures, just no dead animals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Wonder if they'll publish a story of a hunt where you got skunked and came home to eat tag soup?
    Well written and lots a pictures, just no dead animals!
    We could all relate to that kinda story!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Good advise for the next 1 but its a little late for this time. I would of put it back in and gone back to get the tripod to put the camera on and got better pics if I had thought about it but as I said I was a bit excited at the time
    What about blood? Is it best to move your animal to a clean spot, clean it off their mouth ect? Was just looking at my pics again and noticed on my antelope the blood is really showing up in the snow and my deer has blood all over his chin.
    I carry wet wipes with me for a few reasons. One is to clean blood from the mouth and nose also bullet wounds. I normally will drag a animal to a better spot to set up shots so there is no blood on the ground. Do the best you can. They can edit blood from pics pretty easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    Wonder if they'll publish a story of a hunt where you got skunked and came home to eat tag soup?
    Well written and lots a pictures, just no dead animals!
    I would say that they wouldn't. Seems like we would see one from time to time but I haven't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I would say that they wouldn't. Seems like we would see one from time to time but I haven't.
    My comment/question was made tongue in cheek!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    My comment/question was made tongue in cheek!!!
    Hahhahha ha good one!
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