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    Quote Originally Posted by wolftalonID View Post
    I am not so sure the Dakotas are in the west...... I mean I live in Idaho and its west....

    I guess the Dakotas are west of the atlantic though!!!!
    One of the Dakotas is in the north and the other is in the south!

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    2013 deer.

    My name is Clayton Cox, I live in western Ks and farm. I enjoy archery hunting elk, deer, turkeys, pigs, anything. My most favorite is by far elk, and most days would rather be setting on a mountainside waiting for the next bugle than anywhere. I also enjoy fishing and am looking forward to spring for the walleyes to start up. I grew up hunting with my dad and brother and still do a lot of hunting with them. I am now married and my wife goes along on as many hunting trips as she can.

    My best mulie, (EBJ 56)
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    Wife's best mulie
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  4. #73
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    Non-typical Muzzy Mulie

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    Limit of Wallys

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    Holy smokes 66! Nice bucks, It appears I need to drive right by all the western states looking for a big mulie and head to Kansas.

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    Sorry about the pics that need rotated, I can't seem to figure out how to fix them...maybe somebody will help me out.

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    Timber, we do have some good deer...but all of those are on private ground and they are not the norm. Sure helps when you grow up/farm in the area you hunt.

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    Those are great bucks wapiti66!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    Well, I haven't been around too terribly long, but I figure I'll introduce myself anyway. My name is Travis and I am from the panhandle of Texas originally, lived in South Dakota for almost 5 years, and am now living in Hutchinson, Kansas. I work for an agriculture company and have worked on a farm all my life. I started getting into western hunting with my grandpa who lived in NW NM by Farmington. I remember shooting coyotes, jack rabbits, and prairie dogs and tagging allong with him for elk and mule deer. I have only been "western" hunting in South Dakota for mule deer about 3 years now and went last year in Kansas after the move. I can honestly say this forum has pushed me to start doing DIY hunts and I have learned a ton so far. P.S. Can anyone give me their honey hole yet? Maybe if I say Please?

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    Holy smokes, In need to add Kansas to my list, Nice work!

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    My name is Scott AKA Milehigh. I live in Colorado Springs, CO. I've hunted in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Colorado. Harvested my first elk in norther New Mexico on the Vermejo Ranch. A few years back I laid down my rifles, picked up a bow and havent looked back. I've been in the military for 13 years. Thats me in a nut shell. [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG]


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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    One of the Dakotas is in the north and the other is in the south!
    Well it's as west as I have been able to get. There aren't enough crops in the west for me so I'll stick with the central US. Some of us aren't lucky enough to live in the rockies or west of there
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
    Genesis 27:3 (NKJV)

 

 

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