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    Yep, especially when it snows! If you look at picture #4, that's my son. We like to get above the timberline and look down on those depressions that are below us. the wind always seems to blow from below us and the deer like to bed down in the warm sand out of the wind. Shot some really nice bucks that way.
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    That first shot is insane..... thanks for sharing guys.
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    Heck of a pack string in that first pic.


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    Awesome pics guys,
    I don't want to hijack this PHOTO thread but this got me wondering about advantages of certain pack animals.
    I'll start a new thread but for those of you have the experience please weigh in with advantages and disadvantages of each.
    Thanks again
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    Horses, Horns, Pack Strings....



    Here's a couple of pics of my mule. Great animal. Fast. Sure footed. Comfortable to ride. Cover a lot of country in a hurry.

    Last pic is of my old gelding that had to be put down three years ago. Slow. Steady. Super safe. Never got anywhere in a hurry. But you always got there.
    Last edited by Drelk; 04-17-2014 at 10:16 PM.

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    Not exactly the same as horses but here is my pack string! Can't ride them but they sure are nice packing out game!
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    That's pretty cool Elktrout! Are those your animals or do you rent them?

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    Drelk....nice looking mule. Love them for their comfortable ride, smart too!
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    Cool pics guys!

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    I am over the fashion, but that animal is huge
    Quote Originally Posted by CrossCreeks View Post
    Here are a couple from a hunt were I took an elk in Wyoming, Area 7 . Pardon the fashion statement on the pants & gaitors. Attachment 9158Attachment 9159

 

 

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