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    Some beautiful high country in the Toiyabe's.
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    Neat country! Just had to turn my computer on its side to look at them lol. did you see any deer up there?

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    Haha sorry about that. And yup, i found a nice bachelor heard in there with the biggest buck pushing 180.
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    NV highcountry





    Stop taking pics of country and hunt those big bucks!!! Next pics need to have someone holding a big set of antlers lol.



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    I wish I was still up there hunting, love the fall colors. Smack one of those bucks. I need to see an area 17 buck down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NVbowhnter View Post
    Haha sorry about that. And yup, i found a nice bachelor heard in there with the biggest buck pushing 180.
    Leave that 180 buck alone! He might be 220 by the time I draw a tag! LOL

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    Very cool pics! Yep makes me miss the high country for sure! Leave it up to the younger crowed to fix out pics! Thanks VF!
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    That first pic is awesome. Man I would want to camp out on that one to glass up a monster. Thanks for posting pics!
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    The plan is to be back up in that bowl at first light on rifle opener and hopefully I can smack him early on the opener.
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    Nice pics! Thanks for posting.

 

 

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