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A few I have harvested #8034114 11/02/20 04:59 PM
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Since this is a hunting forum I thought I'd share a few photos of critters I have harvested, and a couple that others have harvested.

First is a Buck my brother harvested in 2016. I was with him at the time and thought it rather interesting that I had harvested an almost identical buck several years before and 40 miles away/
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This is that nearly identical buck. Harvested by me in 2011
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Me skinning out that buck in the back of my truck.
I have a bad back and can't bend over for long so this is what works for me. The coveralls are from my highway maintenance days.
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My buddies setting up for a goose hunt.
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I didn't know the guys that shot this Elk, but I wanted a photo of the rack and they were fine with that. I'd never hunted Elk and was amazed at how tall the antlers were.
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I don't usually carry my camera when hunting. Most of my hunts are far from roads so going light is important.

Besides, I hunt for meat, not for trophies so once the animal is down I'm more interested in getting it home then in taking pictures.


Do for yourself as much as you can, eat what nature provides as much as you can. This is the key to sleeping well and living long.
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Re: A few I have harvested [Re: hogwart] #8034188 11/02/20 05:36 PM
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Technically harvest is acquiring after it’s died smile as in grain


Beautiful deer!! Love the goose blind


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Re: A few I have harvested [Re: hogwart] #8034231 11/02/20 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by hogwart
Since this is a hunting forum I thought I'd share a few photos of critters I have harvested, and a couple that others have harvested.

First is a Buck my brother harvested in 2016. I was with him at the time and thought it rather interesting that I had harvested an almost identical buck several years before and 40 miles away/
[Linked Image]

This is that nearly identical buck. Harvested by me in 2011
[Linked Image]

Me skinning out that buck in the back of my truck.
I have a bad back and can't bend over for long so this is what works for me. The coveralls are from my highway maintenance days.
[Linked Image]

My buddies setting up for a goose hunt.
[Linked Image]

I didn't know the guys that shot this Elk, but I wanted a photo of the rack and they were fine with that. I'd never hunted Elk and was amazed at how tall the antlers were.
[Linked Image]

I don't usually carry my camera when hunting. Most of my hunts are far from roads so going light is important.

Besides, I hunt for meat, not for trophies so once the animal is down I'm more interested in getting it home then in taking pictures.

Originally Posted by hogwart
Since this is a hunting forum I thought I'd share a few photos of critters I have harvested, and a couple that others have harvested.

First is a Buck my brother harvested in 2016. I was with him at the time and thought it rather interesting that I had harvested an almost identical buck several years before and 40 miles away/
[Linked Image]

This is that nearly identical buck. Harvested by me in 2011
[Linked Image]

Me skinning out that buck in the back of my truck.
I have a bad back and can't bend over for long so this is what works for me. The coveralls are from my highway maintenance days.
[Linked Image]

My buddies setting up for a goose hunt.
[Linked Image]

I didn't know the guys that shot this Elk, but I wanted a photo of the rack and they were fine with that. I'd never hunted Elk and was amazed at how tall the antlers were.
[Linked Image]

I don't usually carry my camera when hunting. Most of my hunts are far from roads so going light is important.

Besides, I hunt for meat, not for trophies so once the animal is down I'm more interested in getting it home then in taking pictures.



That’s a lot of harvesting.

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Re: A few I have harvested [Re: hogwart] #8034377 11/02/20 07:48 PM
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remember be technical when harvesting bang


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Re: A few I have harvested [Re: hogwart] #8034390 11/02/20 07:58 PM
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Re: A few I have harvested [Re: hogwart] #8034743 11/02/20 11:47 PM
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Great pics, thanks for posting them up!

I quarter a deer the same way and I don’t have a bad back, yet!


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Nice kills, thanks for sharing.

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