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 I ran across this video by a couple guys in Montana. It really drives home the spirit of Trophy Big-Game hunting at its' finest. One of the better ones out there, and makes me want to take up bowhunting again.
 Enjoy!
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Bowhunting at its finest!  Wow! what a shot, huh?  Bucky
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That was pretty good lol Robin Hood
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Funny. I WILL have a new bow by the end of January.
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Makes me want to dust off the ole bow and go for a stalk !!
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Roll on Floor LaughingGreat!!  The mountains in the opening shot and background are the Bridger Mountains right by Bozeman where I live.  Been gopher hunting in almost that same spot.  Anyone that want to come out, I will take you for a trophy hunt!
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Helo - We should get together and shoot gophers sometime. Even though I now live in CO I grew up in Bozeman and a-lot of my family still farms and ranches up there.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Roll on Floor LaughingGreat!!  The mountains in the opening shot and background are the Bridger Mountains right by Bozeman where I live.  Been gopher hunting in almost that same spot.  Anyone that want to come out, I will take you for a trophy hunt!
 
 I kind of suspected that's where they were. It looked a lot like the terrain in some of the photos you've posted in the past!
 
 Pretty tough to "draw a tag" for that area, though, the way they talk!
 
Biggreen 747- You ever get back there hunting much?
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I wish I did but most of my hunting now is CO, NE and SD. Not that any of those places are bad hunting.
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Bow Hunting is the coolest way, Need to be really sharp, strength and concentrate. Gotta do some good hunting this weekend :D
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That is great RONK.
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Originally posted by biggreen747 biggreen747 wrote:

Helo - We should get together and shoot gophers sometime. Even though I now live in CO I grew up in Bozeman and a-lot of my family still farms and ranches up there.

Anytime you want.  I am always up for a gopher hunt, or any other type of hunt you want.  Is there any story behind you name?  Makes me think of the Evergreen 747 supertanker.
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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Roll on Floor LaughingGreat!!  The mountains in the opening shot and background are the Bridger Mountains right by Bozeman where I live.  Been gopher hunting in almost that same spot.  Anyone that want to come out, I will take you for a trophy hunt!
 
 I kind of suspected that's where they were. It looked a lot like the terrain in some of the photos you've posted in the past!
 
 Pretty tough to "draw a tag" for that area, though, the way they talk!


Well, I could probably pull a few strings and get you one of those tough to draw tags.  Wink
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 You have "connections", eh?
 
  I sure hope it doesn't involve making someone "an offer they couldn't refuse"...!
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" Is there any story behind you name?  Makes me think of the Evergreen 747 supertanker."

I fly the 747 freighters for EIA. I know those airplanes well. N470EV a 747-200 was the original supertanker, they have now put it back on the line as a freighter and converted a -100 we retired from the airline to supertanker config. 

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Bet it would be a rush flying that low and dumping weight that fast.  I would love to get a job flying or even working with aircraft.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Bet it would be a rush flying that low and dumping weight that fast.  I would love to get a job flying or even working with aircraft.
Helo - do you fly in MT for fun?
I am in Helena and got my private pilot done last year.  Such a great place to learn to fly (and to go flying).
 
On the gopher note - I shoot them up in Townsend and it is great fun.
 
I actually have a favor to ask if you could hook me up with some places or land owners near Bozeman to access gopher shooting.  My brother and 2 friends are coming to BZN to ski with me at Big Sky but we have the first afternoon open and I thought I'd try to find a place close to Belgrade to take them gopher shooting.   All my places are up near Helena or in Helmville.
 
Appreciate any help.
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PM me if you can.  Thx.

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