My email and cell phone lights up every fall with photos from buddies and friends-of-friends out doing what we love to do...HUNTING! Here ya go
"40" wide 3012/8" total score widest whitetail ever harvested. Oak Creek Ranch in MO. It was a stalking hunt.
What a rush Max"
Larry Stauffer scores an Idaho bull and an Idaho mule deer this fall.
One of my old hunting partners writes, "I didn't get pictures of my bigger deer, Gordon got the smaller one. It took a while to find it in the steep country & we ran out of energy & water. Reminded me of the high hunt 17 years ago in that basin. Took us 2 days to pack them out. My goodness I've never had day like that!!! Both on the opener. I knew them bucks were in there." Here's Tim and Gordon with their Chelan County mule deer.
Grant Wooldridge took this opening day mule deer in its bed at 398 yards with a .300 Win Mag.
His dad Glen Wooldridge loves to torment me with these photos. This one came from one of the Wooldridge boat dealers in Idaho. Some kid with a G-G-G-G-GAGGER muley
My old college buddy John "Pesto" Pistoresi scored this big muley the last evening of the eastern Washington season near his home in Cashmere.
Dieter Kaboth from Hunter Specialties sent me this photo with the note, "This is a public land bull that I shot early last week on the last day of my hunt in Idaho, not a big bull but was sure happy to fill our freezer for this year. Called him into 30 yards during the rifle season, he came in directly down wind (like most bulls do) and with Tek-4 and Scent-A-Way products he never knew I was there, even though we were in a dry camp all week. Scent-A-Way to the max works!!! Hope you are well..."
Bill Dawley is a good buddy from Prince of Wales Island that took this huge grizzly bear this fall. Wow!
Last but not least...my Washington blacktail taken with a 30.06 at 50 yards