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Figured I would share some photos of hunting so far this year.   They are from various locations and days.  I will add more as I go out each weekend.  Hope you enjoy.  (Note to Ronk if you check this thread, Sorry if I make you homesick).












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Beautiful country Drew! Except for that flaky white stuff.
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There is actually a cow moose in this picture if you can find her.


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Excellent Glad you had a chance to get out there and enjoy yourself, thanks for giving all us a chance to experience it a little.
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Drew, is that her standing about the center of the pic on the little hill just above the snow?
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Yeah, I'm thinking directly in line with that slash pile too. It's always fun to see one...but from a respectable distance.

Great pix. I'm looking forward to hunting in the south end of the Little Belts next week...not as high or spectacular, but also a neat part of MT. I always enjoy the views of the Crazies and the Castles to the south.
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Thanks for sharing. I actually like some snow on the ground, as long as it isn't to cold and windy.
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Looks like a great spot to be...until the snow starts again...burrrrrr.  Good Luck with the hunting.
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Helicopter would be one good way to find them.
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Originally posted by billyburl2 billyburl2 wrote:

Beautiful country Drew! Except for that flaky white stuff.

well lift up your skirt and keep walking!Bucky
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

Originally posted by billyburl2 billyburl2 wrote:

Beautiful country Drew! Except for that flaky white stuff.

well lift up your skirt and keep walking!Bucky
 
That there is some funny crap!
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Bring on the flaky white stuff!  I've got migrating elk to hunt.
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Elk sure are alot easier to hunt in the snow for me, thats for sure. I will be going out this coming weekend in search of a spike (tag) only.....Thats the way the 2nd season tags work, first season tag is a draw for any bull usually...In Oregon only Im talking
 
Nice pics Drew Smile Very Nice, I liked the ones last year as well. I sure hope you get a nice Bull like last year. 425 yards across a draw was a damn fine shot with the big 300Excellent.....I hope you and your Dad both fill your tags this year, like I said before I would give my left arm to ride a horse again, cannot do it though..To bad to because we have alot of horse (No MV) trails that seem to go forever into country thats just like the scenes you took pics of..
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Beautiful pics...Thanks

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Originally posted by tman1965 tman1965 wrote:

Drew, is that her standing about the center of the pic on the little hill just above the snow?

You got it.  I am still looking at getting a new camera.  But just after the moose, I lost a u-joint so some money is going to redo all the joints in the front driveshaft.  Also need new tires and an alignment.  So have to do that first, then can get a decent camera so you can see the next moose better.
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Originally posted by Urimaginaryfrnd Urimaginaryfrnd wrote:

Helicopter would be one good way to find them.

That is a great way to spot them.  Only problem is that you have to wait till the next morning to hunt them.  I saw a lot of tracks once I got past where everyone else was driving, so I may get up real early and get all the way up there before daylight this weekend and just sit and see what happens.
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Originally posted by JF4545 JF4545 wrote:

Elk sure are alot easier to hunt in the snow for me, thats for sure. I will be going out this coming weekend in search of a spike (tag) only.....Thats the way the 2nd season tags work, first season tag is a draw for any bull usually...In Oregon only Im talking
 
Nice pics Drew Smile Very Nice, I liked the ones last year as well. I sure hope you get a nice Bull like last year. 425 yards across a draw was a damn fine shot with the big 300Excellent.....I hope you and your Dad both fill your tags this year, like I said before I would give my left arm to ride a horse again, cannot do it though..To bad to because we have alot of horse (No MV) trails that seem to go forever into country thats just like the scenes you took pics of..
Good Luck!Thunbs Up

Yeah, that 300 really shoots and is even better this year, but I am hoping for a closer shot.  Horses are a great way to hunt and to get where most people won't go.  Makes for good elk hunting.  I hope you can get your spike this year.  They are good eating!!

And I agree with you and Bitterroot.  Bring on the snow.  I would rather have some snow on the ground and cooler temps.  Keep the elk moving more.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Originally posted by JF4545 JF4545 wrote:

Elk sure are alot easier to hunt in the snow for me, thats for sure. I will be going out this coming weekend in search of a spike (tag) only.....Thats the way the 2nd season tags work, first season tag is a draw for any bull usually...In Oregon only Im talking
 
Nice pics Drew Smile Very Nice, I liked the ones last year as well. I sure hope you get a nice Bull like last year. 425 yards across a draw was a damn fine shot with the big 300Excellent.....I hope you and your Dad both fill your tags this year, like I said before I would give my left arm to ride a horse again, cannot do it though..To bad to because we have alot of horse (No MV) trails that seem to go forever into country thats just like the scenes you took pics of..
Good Luck!Thunbs Up

Yeah, that 300 really shoots and is even better this year, but I am hoping for a closer shot.  Horses are a great way to hunt and to get where most people won't go.  Makes for good elk hunting.  I hope you can get your spike this year.  They are good eating!!

And I agree with you and Bitterroot.  Bring on the snow.  I would rather have some snow on the ground and cooler temps.  Keep the elk moving more.

that is what i used to pray for the night before season opened, a good wet snow fall to stick to their backs so they wouldnt stay put any place for long.
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Originally posted by pyro6999 pyro6999 wrote:

Originally posted by billyburl2 billyburl2 wrote:

Beautiful country Drew! Except for that flaky white stuff.

well lift up your skirt and keep walking!Bucky

But it's the same skirt I wear when it is 112 and I am working in the sun!
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