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Thread: ***OFFICIAL***2010-2011 Hunting Season POTUS Brag Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    I was curious if that was your Dad with you.

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    No that's just a good buddy of mine. We used to fish a lot of tournaments together. He's new to hunting, but he's really getting into it.

    Unfortunately, I never got the chance to share a SD hunt with my father before he passed. He would have loved it. I still take his old Browning A5 with me when I go, and shoot a couple of birds with it. It's my way of sharing the hunt with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackstone View Post
    No that's just a good buddy of mine. We used to fish a lot of tournaments together. He's new to hunting, but he's really getting into it.

    Unfortunately, I never got the chance to share a SD hunt with my father before he passed. He would have loved it. I still take his old Browning A5 with me when I go, and shoot a couple of birds with it. It's my way of sharing the hunt with him.
    Yup, I used my Pops old Ted Williams Sears & Roebuck shotgun to shoot the first duck.

    We miss them, but they live on through us.
    I hear his voice through me a lot now.

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    These pics are on my computer at home, so I'll just post a public link to them on my facebook page:

    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...5&l=7dccd1df03
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    A couple of pics from some of our fall hunts. UB




    Myself holding Da Babe...along with Chief and Tank.







    An earlier hunt for ducks, prior to pheasant and goose seasons. Da Babe was just barely tall enough to look at the birds on the cleaning table. He was 3 1/2 months old at the time. Looks like Tank was real bored by the entire situation.







    This was the pheasant opener with my grandson. This turned out to be Chiefies final pheasant opener. He had a couple more hunts after this one, but we've had to send him on to the Rainbow Bridge. He was 12, and lived a full life to the end. This is the same pic as the first, but a better close up of Chiefie.








    This was our pre-Thanksgiving hunt last Tuesday. That's my grandson Michael, and my eldest son Derek, who drove out from Salt Lake. He hadn't picked up a shotgun in 5 years, so it was fun to rag on his misses. Surprisingly, there weren't that many, and he shot more than his share of birds. Babe and Tank don't show up very well in this pic in their crates. Babe is now 5 months old and weighs 61 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackstone View Post
    South Dakota the first week of Nov.

    Very nice . Sure wasent like that for us in iowa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david gibson View Post
    no huntin' pic or title, just the 2nd master pass. we are now 2 for 4 and hopefully on a roll!

    David,

    That is a good looking dog!

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    Headed back out by myself on Friday morning, then I'm taking my daughter (almost 4 years old) for a quick wood duck hunt on Saturday. She's been begging to go for a while now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by starjack View Post
    Very nice . Sure wasent like that for us in iowa.
    IA pheasant hunting has been tough for the last few years. I have friends that used to go there every year. They have opted to go to SD the last 2 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackstone View Post
    Standing or sitting?

    Sitting is my little girl, Tessa. She's turning into a pretty good birddog.

    Notice I included a flushing dog in the picture so you retriever guys wouldn't feel left out.
    Thought themz was some funny lookin labs...

    Great pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackstone View Post
    IA pheasant hunting has been tough for the last few years. I have friends that used to go there every year. They have opted to go to SD the last 2 years.
    After this year i am done. Hopefully they will come back to at least half of what it was.

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