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    Thanks we sure had a lot of fun. I can sit and look at pictures like these all day. You don't need but a few words as they tell a pretty darn good story all by themselves.
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ID:	8946Sunrises can be wonderful. Here's a lake in the Sierras.

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ID:	8947I shouldn't have been here. It was steeper than it looked, and none of the rocks were secure. But there was a buck hiding in a small gnarly pine bush at the top of this slope.

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    Never in Doubt those are some great pictures!! That sunrise is beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Never in Doubt View Post
    I shouldn't have been here. It was steeper than it looked, and none of the rocks were secure. But there was a buck hiding in a small gnarly pine bush at the top of this slope.
    Well... Did you get the buck?

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    Your second pic, is that some kind of abandoned town?

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    6mm, you see any elk on your selway mountain goat hunt?

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    Awesome photos 6mm!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVBird'n'Big View Post
    Well... Did you get the buck?
    No, didn't know he was there when I was climbing the slope to get a better view of the area to look for deer below. It wasn't until the buck jumped out and ran off that I realized I was doing it wrong. Newb hunter. No way anyone could get to the buck in his bedding area without being smelled, heard or seen.

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    I'm loving this thread. It's got me itching for September...will add a few more later, but here's a couple to start with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6mm Remington View Post
    Got to go with a buddy in the Cabinet Mountains north west of Thompson Falls the next year.



    Starting to snow on us.
    was that near noxon and trout creek.If so I got to spend a day up there in 2012 on a horse.got a pic of that sign(im sure there are lot of those signs)it was covered in ice along with everything else,was bad foggy that day and when we got there you couldn't see 20yrds.they said there was a lake there but we couldn't see it.did see few mulies on the way off the mountain.spent the rest of the week in the mountains on the other side of the river.

 

 

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