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Discussion in 'Big Game Hunting Forum' started by MT H2OFowl, Nov 26, 2007.
Great idea and photos.
They were just aging it I guess.
That's awesome! The pics are really good....what kind of trail cam did you use?
Homebrew. sony s600 with a yeti board.
why have turkey for thanksgiving when theres a nice mulie for supper.
Thanks for posting!
Very cool. Now go eat some Jack Links jerky and try slapping one.
I should, then take pics of that. Nah, I already got in trouble from F&G about the pics. Someone sent one of the biologists some pics and I got chewed out. On the heels of the guy that got charged in Whitefish on Sunday, they see these and got upset. Said it wasn't safe to do this, blah blah blah. Well cripes, close the woods then. Hunters all over, shooting crap, wounding animals, you see ravens when you are in the woods, you go see what they are on, period. Bowhunting isn't safe then either, close the season, don't let anyone in the woods with these creatures, give me a break. You watch, they will come up with some sort of regs on this type of thing.
I wasn't doing anything unsafe, its on private land with a road right to the carcass. I said, fine, I won't get out of the truck if their on it.
It's not like you were sitting there taking the pictures. I could see them getting a little irritated about that one.
nice pics! I've got a homebrew cam that's setup infrared, but my slave flash quit working and it seems like I've been to busy hunting ducks and working on my boat to fix it.
Looks just like Thanksgiving dinner with my in-laws, only the bears appear to be more civilized.