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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    Great thread UH, I need to learn how to make pictures large like you guys before I post. Would someone please tell me how?
    Timber, open a Photobucket account on-line and upload your pics there. After you upload a pic, click on it, and there is a picture of a small piece of chain, the chain is a symbol for "links", click on that. Click on the IMG link ("for forums, boards") and copy it. Paste the IMG link into your post here on Eastman's. You will get a big picture.
    Grand Slam #1005 + 2: Dall (1986 Yukon), Fannin/Stone (1987 Yukon), Bighorn (1988 Colorado Unit S-26), Stone (1995 British Columbia), Desert (2001 Nevada Unit 161), Bighorn (2009 Wyoming Unit 5)

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    Thanks UH, I do have Photobucket. I just didn't know how to link it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    Great thread UH, I need to learn how to make pictures large like you guys before I post. Would someone please tell me how?
    Go to photobucket its free. Load your photos then copy the url code and paste it in the thread you wish to post. Mark

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    Timberstalker here, my name is Terry, I live in Central Or. Hunting has been part of my life since I was a little kid with a bb gun. Most of my first 20 years hunting big game Blacktail deer were my main focus, Bow hunting elk is my favorite hunting nowdays. The majority of my hunting to date has been in Oregon, I am looking forward to expanding my horizons though. The pinnacle of my hunting career so far was my solo Rocky Mt bighorn hunt in '11. It turned out to be an adventure I will never forget. I have been with my beautiful wife for 7 years now. I have 3 wonderful step daugters 19,16 and 14. Yes I am out numbers for sure! We stay very busy attending sporting events, camping, hunting, working and so on. I enjoy this forum a lot, it allows me to talk about hunting when ever, (my girls get tired of talking about it). I have learned a lot from many of you on here and I hope I add to the forum.

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    Well since I never introduced myself when I joined, I guess I need to do it now. My name is Landon, I have a wonderful wife and 3 beautiful kids. I work shift work in a chemical plant that makes 100% chlorine gas. Shift work sucks with small kids but it allows me to take 2 or 3 hunting trips /family vacations a year with minimal vacation time and it pays pretty good. I have hunted everything with a season in my home state of Louisiana since I could carry a gun. Whitetail, turkeys and ducks top the list. I really have Eastmans and EF members to thank for introducing me to western DIY hunting. I always dreamed of hunting the west but was completely ignorant on how to do it without paying for an outfitter. Some of you know I made my first trip to WY last fall and had a good hunt. All that did was throw gas on the fire.

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    My youngest with a buck my buddy killed
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    Hi my name is Matt and I've hunting since I was a youngster. My grandfather introduced me to it and I've been going ever since. I've been very fortunate in my years to hunt some spectacular areas for tropy big game. But I find now that I prefer the experience more than the trophy. In 2004 I was invited to film a season of safaris in Tanzania East Africa. That was a "once in a lifetime" experience for me. I'm married with a 2 year old son. My wife has been slowly getting into hunting. I've attached some pics.2012 Chetco River SteelheadWade Lake Montana
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