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    Elk hunting pics, lets see um!!

    Just wishing it was elk season, so lets see some pics! Heres a few that i took through my spotter with my cell phone, not the greatest quality, the smaller on has 2 spikes goin at it at the top of the pic, the other is just me kickin back in a park doin some glassin.

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    The one where my buddy is standing at a podium was like an old church, it was at the very top of this mountain, it almost seemed a little creepy!
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    Love the high country. Just curious how long my health and fitness hold out. Funny thing the the guy who brought the horse to pack out my elk said he lived there his whole life but hadn't been up the mountain in over 10 years. Some folks just don't know what they are missing. I exercise almost daily and a trip up there is the same as a good gym workout, just with better scenery.............well, except for the asian girls on the running track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zim View Post
    Love the high country. Just curious how long my health and fitness hold out. Funny thing the the guy who brought the horse to pack out my elk said he lived there his whole life but hadn't been up the mountain in over 10 years. Some folks just don't know what they are missing. I exercise almost daily and a trip up there is the same as a good gym workout, just with better scenery.............well, except for the asian girls on the running track.

    DSCN4252.jpg Those are some of the coolest pics eva!

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    Those are some of the coolest pics eva!
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    Zim, are those wild sheep?

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    Yes, they are bighorn sheep, but all the ones that visited me were little horned sheep. They are very curious up there. Was told they mooch treats from backpackers all summer, so come fall they thought I was gonna pony up.

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    I am an elkaholic, but will not kill you with more pics! These are from the last few years and yes I like dinks and I cannot lie!
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    Love those pics of the Pecos Zim! Great bull! I hope to draw the big horn tag there some day!









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    Quote Originally Posted by hunting1 View Post
    Love those pics of the Pecos Zim! Great bull! I hope to draw the big horn tag there some day!









    What I wouldnt give to hunt country like that
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    Great pics! Keep um comin!!
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    I need a good point and shoot camera so I can take pics of all the crazy elk sign I find in Idaho!

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    good stuff
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    I love these threads.

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    you may like some of the pics you see on this thread

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    Is it Semptember yet?
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    To enter the woods in pursuit of a wild animal, brings my soul alive, It renews the energy within and brings a peace to my life.
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    a3dhunter, those southern CO pics are great! You are over on the sw side of the unit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunting1 View Post
    a3dhunter, those southern CO pics are great! You are over on the sw side of the unit?
    1st 5 pics from the Sangre's
    the next 3 are not too far from NM
    Those pics are from 2 of the 5 units I hunted last season.
    To enter the woods in pursuit of a wild animal, brings my soul alive, It renews the energy within and brings a peace to my life.
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    Very nice pics. I cant wait to get back out there.
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    awesome pics

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    This is from this year.

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    Our second drainage we went to.

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    My buddy is 6',3"tall.

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    This guy put on a good show to kick out a smaller bull from 6 cows

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    only elk i see in this trip, except the ones in town LOL


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