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All Other Big Game / Swakane Sheep 2015
« on: September 17, 2015, 08:19:21 AM »
 A well earned trophy for Sam. :tup:

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Taxidermy / Washington Whitetail with Habitat (Charlie's Taxidermy)
« on: May 18, 2014, 09:24:56 PM »
 Had to share this guys, Shorties mount turned out great, another piece of art by Charlie. :tup:

 This fits on the wall.

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General Discussion / Merry Christmas HuntFishNW
« on: December 25, 2013, 01:08:06 AM »
To you and yours, a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

May 2014 bring you health, prosperity, happiness and good fortune! 

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Anything Sports related / Super Bowl 48 Odds
« on: October 23, 2013, 10:11:45 PM »
ODDS TO WIN SUPER BOWL 48


BRONCOS 5-2 (2-1)
SEAHAWKS 4-1 (9-2)
SAINTS 6-1 (9-2)
49ERS 6-1 (7-1)
PATRIOTS 10-1 (7-1)
PACKERS 10-1 (12-1)
CHIEFS 10-1 (15-1)
BENGALS 12-1 (20-1)
COLTS 14-1 (30-1)
COWBOYS 30-1
LIONS 60-1 (50-1)
PANTHERS 60-1 (100-1)
BEARS 75-1 (40-1)
DOLPHINS 75-1 (60-1)
CHARGERS 75-1
RAVENS 100-1 (40-1)
TEXANS 100-1 (75-1)
EAGLES 100-1 (75-1)
STEELERS 100-1
TITANS 100-1
FALCONS 100-1 (200-1)
REDSKINS 100-1 (200-1)
JETS 100-1 (200-1)
GIANTS 200-1 (1000-1)
BILLS 300-1 (1000-1)
RAMS 500-1 (200-1)
BROWNS 500-1 (200-1)
CARDINALS 500-1 (300-1)
RAIDERS 1000-1
VIKINGS 2000-1 (1000-1)
BUCS 9999-1 (2000-1)
JAGUARS 9999-1

ODDS TO WIN NFC


SEAHAWKS 9-5 (2-1)
SAINTS 5-2 (2-1)
49ERS 5-2 (3-1)
PACKERS 9-2 (5-1)
COWBOYS 13-1
LIONS 30-1 (23-1)
PANTHERS 30-1 (45-1)
BEARS 37-1 (18-1)
EAGLES 50-1 (35-1)
FALCONS 50-1 (90-1)
REDSKINS 50-1 (90-1)
GIANTS 100-1 (450-1)
RAMS 250-1 (90-1)
CARDINALS 250-1 (130-1)
VIKINGS 1000-1 (450-1)
BUCS 5000-1 (900-1)

ODDS TO WIN AFC


BRONCOS 10-11 (2-3)
PATRIOTS 9-2 (3-1)
CHIEFS 9-2 (7-1)
BENGALS 11-2 (9-1)
COLTS 13-2 (13-1)
DOLPHINS 37-1 (30-1)
CHARGERS 37-1
RAVENS 50-1 (18-1)
TEXANS 50-1 (37-1)
STEELERS 50-1
TITANS 50-1
JETS 50-1 (100-1)
BILLS 150-1 (500-1)
BROWNS 250-1 (100-1)
RAIDERS 500-1
JAGUARS 5000-1


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General Discussion / Piers Morgan Gun ID Chart
« on: September 22, 2013, 10:55:36 PM »




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All Other Big Game / Swakane Sheep Hunt (David 2012)
« on: September 03, 2013, 09:38:55 PM »
I was asked to throw the pic up since David has not gotten to it yet, I hope he can get on here and post up the story of the hunt.

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Deer Hunting / Nice Oregon Velvet Town Buck
« on: August 23, 2013, 06:23:48 PM »
Ok you Oregon guys. This buck is supposedly hanging out in town down in Sun River, go get some real pics would you.

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General Discussion / Where Is The Outrage?
« on: August 20, 2013, 12:08:24 PM »
Three teens got bored so they decided to kill someone, got in a car and shot a college baseball player in the back as he was jogging down the street. Why are we hearing nothing from Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson?




"(CBS) OKLAHOMA CITY - An Australian baseball player out for a jog in an Oklahoma neighborhood was shot and killed last week by three "bored" teenagers who decided to kill someone for fun, police said.
 
Christopher Lane, who was visiting the town of Duncan where his girlfriend and her family live, had passed a home where the boys were staying and that apparently led to him being gunned down at random, Police Chief Danny Ford said Monday.

A 17-year-old in the group has given a detailed confession to police, but investigators haven't found the weapon used in last week's shooting, Ford said.

That teen and the others - ages 15 and 16 - remain in custody, and Ford said the district attorney is expected to file first-degree murder charges Tuesday. It wasn't known if the three will be charged as adults or juveniles. They are scheduled to appear in court Tuesday afternoon.

"They saw Christopher go by, and one of them said: 'There's our target,'" Ford said. "The boy who has talked to us said, 'We were bored and didn't have anything to do, so we decided to kill somebody.'"

He said they followed the 22-year-old Lane, a student from Melbourne attending college on a baseball scholarship, in a car and shot him in the back before driving off.

Ford told the television station KOCO in Oklahoma City that one of the teens said they shot Lane for "the fun of it."

Lane's father, Peter Lane, told media in Australia: "There's not gonna be any good to come out of this cause it was just so senseless."

Lane's American girlfriend also is struggling with the incident.

"He didn't deserve any of this," Lane's girlfriend, Sarah Harper, told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. "It's heartbreaking that it was such a random choice those guys made that drastically altered so many lives in the process."

Witnesses rushed to help Lane after hearing a shot Friday and seeing him stagger and collapse on a road in Duncan, a south-central Oklahoma town of about 24,000 residents.

"He was face down on the ground and he was shot in the back with a .22 revolver," builder Richard Rhodes told Australian broadcasters near a roadside memorial at the scene. "I had another lady stop and we tried CPR on him. And he passed away right here."

Harper said she and Lane had only returned to the United States from Australia last week.

Lane attended East Central University in Ada, about 85 miles west of Duncan. He started 14 games at catcher last year and was entering his senior year.

"He was an absolute joy to coach," baseball coach Dino Rosato said in a statement issued by the school. "Chris was an extremely well-respected teammate. ... He set a great example for all of his teammates, but more importantly for the younger players. He was a mature student-athlete who his teammates could look to for advice and support."

Peter Lane told Australian broadcasters there was no explanation for his son's death.

"It is heartless and to try to understand it is a short way to insanity," he said.

Ford wouldn't say how many times Christopher Lane was shot. Autopsy results are pending.

One of the suspect's mothers told CBS affiliate KWTV in Oklahoma City her son and his friends were in a "wannabe gang." Police told KWTV the suspects may have killed an animal prior to shooting Lane, and that they planned on killing more people."

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WDFW NEWS RELEASE
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091
http://wdfw.wa.gov/

July 11, 2013

Contact: Wildlife Program, 360-902-2515

Experts from three western states to discuss
effects of wolves on hunting opportunities

OLYMPIA - Big game managers from Washington, Idaho and Montana will discuss their experiences managing game animals in areas populated by wolves during a live webcast July 18.

The event will take place from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. via the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) website ( http://wdfw.wa.gov/ ).  Viewers will have an opportunity to provide questions via email at july18event@dfw.wa.gov .

Montana and Idaho have been managing wolves longer than Washington and their experience can provide context to inform the department and citizens on how to confront the challenges that lie ahead, said Phil Anderson, WDFW director.

"We’ve been consulting with a number of experts, including our counterparts from other states, since wolves began to reappear in Washington to better prepare us for meeting the many challenges that come with having wolves back in the state," said Anderson, who will participate in the discussion.  "This will give the public an opportunity to hear directly from those who have been involved in wolf management in other areas of the west."

Jon Rachel, Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s state wildlife manager and Jim Williams, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ northwest wildlife program manager will discuss the impacts wolves have had on deer, elk and other big game animals in their states.  They will also discuss strategies that successful big game hunters have adopted while hunting in their states.

Dave Ware, WDFW statewide game program manager, will describe the status of wolves and big game hunting in Washington.

For those unable to view the live webcast on July 18, it will remain available from the department’s webpage after the event.

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Anything Sports related / Tour de France (2013)
« on: July 07, 2013, 01:16:32 PM »
 Its been a pretty good race so far, stage 18 will have then climbing the infamous Alpe-d'Huez....................twice!!! :shocked:

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General Discussion / LOST!!!! 10' Pregnant Alligator
« on: July 05, 2013, 11:09:21 PM »
 :laugh: Just saw someone seriously posting up signs all over the place around Lake Tapps, pictures and a reward.............LMAO!  :laugh:

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All Other Big Game / OIL Tags (2013)
« on: June 19, 2013, 03:27:58 PM »
Starting the list of who drew what. :tup:

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General Discussion / Washington Permit Draws
« on: June 08, 2013, 10:07:03 AM »
Any day now, who will get their choice hunt?

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All Other Big Game / South Dakota Sheep Hunt
« on: June 03, 2013, 04:32:22 PM »
Who got a tag? :laugh:



Counting sheep: South Dakota accidentally OKs Bighorn hunts for thousands



South Dakota fish and game officials must be feeling sheepish.

Some 2,000 hunters were mistakenly sent emails saying they were successful in obtaining tags to hunt the state's rarest of big game – the Bighorn Sheep. The problem is, only two such tags – which have been known to fetch as much as $400,000 at auction – were supposed to be awarded. The mistake was quickly cleared up, but not without disappointing a lot of hunters, who thought they had a rare shot at hunting a prized trophy.


Scott Simpson, a spokesman for the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department, told FoxNews.com that roughly 2,000 applicants were inadvertently sent an email saying they were successful in drawing a bighorn sheep tag. The erroneous emails were caused by a “computer glitch,” Simpson said, and the individuals never received the tags because officials soon caught the mistake. Scott said about 4,000 South Dakota residents applied for the tag. He also said the state auctioned off a tag for the first time this year. John Dagel, of Watertown, S.D., bid $102,000 for it – money Simpson said will go toward programs that preserve the sheep and their habitat. 

The rare chance to hunt bighorn sheep in Western states is what drives hunters to apply in droves for licenses – and, in some cases, bid hundreds of thousands of dollars at auction.

“It’s a very exclusive opportunity,” Simpson said. “It’s a supply-and-demand thing … We have a limited habitat of bighorn sheep. We have a lot less than whitetail deer.”

In South Dakota, the estimated population of big horn sheep is 300. Two hundred are fair game for authorized hunters in the Black Hills, while approximately 100 sheep located within the borders of the Badlands National Park are off limits. No hunting is permitted there, according to the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department.

Hunters’ demand for bighorn sheep tags also extends to other states, like California, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah and Colorado. A record $480,000 was paid for a Montana bighorn tag at auction, the highest value ever assigned to a bighorn hunt.

Last January, an Indiana man paid $45,000 for a permit to kill one of California's Desert Bighorn sheep. The tag was sold to Jim Craig at auction during the 41st Safari Club International Convention in Reno, Nev.

The permit allows Craig to hunt in Kelso Peak and Old Dad Mountains in San Bernardino County. Rob Holliday, Safari Club International's convention operations manager, said at the time that 100 percent of the funds will go to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

"Our mission is conservation, and this is a service for the state," Holliday told FoxNews.com.

Western states that have big game hunting typically earmark a certain number of tags, each of which allows a hunter to kill one of the specified animals. California issued about two dozen tags for the Desert Bighorn Sheep, most of which were awarded in a random drawing. But "governor's tags," those with special privileges that allow a holder to hunt a broader area and for a longer period of time, are often sold at auction to raise money for conservation.

Simpson said officials are currently reviewing protocols to ensure the incident involving the erroneous emails never happens again.

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Wolves / Wolf Lovers
« on: May 27, 2013, 01:47:48 PM »
I got stuck behind this in the drive through today. :bfg:

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