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Date & From Hunting Tips
2013-03-07
By:Annonymous
5 Reasons to Practice at Long Range. (Taken from Field & Stream) 1. Shooting long-range targets demand consistency, in everything from how you breathe to how you hold the rifle, and this consistency carries over into the field. 2. Long range shooters have to understand exterior ballistics - what gravity and wind do to bullets once they leave the bore. Such knowledge, plus experimentation on the range, makes doping wind and estimating distances much easier in the field. 3. Shooting long means shooting a lot, which makes you more familiar with your equipment, which helps no matter what you are shooting at. 4. Shooting success starts between the ears, and a hunter that made 1,000 yard shots on steel has the confidence to ring up a buck at 300 yards because he has been there and done that. 5. A hunter with long-range experience is far less likely to throw lead towards an animal at an unknown distance and in a vicious wind, because he understands the shot uncertainty given the conditions.
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5x5 2009


From: north eastern washington

4x4 muley


From: bozeman montana

Zone 5 Mule Deer


From: Zone 5, Saskatchewan

Here's a couple of pics from our Mule deer hunt. Zone 5. and the White tail we got in the Kincaid area

Saskatchewan Mule Deer


From: Zone 5, Saskatchewan

Here's a couple of pics from our Mule deer hunt. Zone 5. and the White tail we got in the Kincaid area

4 deer we got last week


From: Saskatchewan

Here are some more pictures of all 4 deer we got last week. Not bad for 3 days of hunting! Dean Kristoff

4 deer we got last week


From: Saskatchewan

Here are some more pictures of all 4 deer we got last week. Not bad for 3 days of hunting! Dean Kristoff

4 deer we got last week


From: Saskatchewan

Here are some more pictures of all 4 deer we got last week. Not bad for 3 days of hunting! Dean Kristoff

4 deer we got last week


From: Saskatchewan

Here are some more pictures of all 4 deer we got last week. Not bad for 3 days of hunting! Dean Kristoff


From: Near Medicine Hat, AB

Eldon Wiebe† Fall, 1998† Near Medicine Hat, AB THE STORY OF BIG ED.† AFTER A FIVE YEAR WAIT TO BE DRAWN FOR ANTLERED MULE DEER OPENING DAY FINALLY ARRIVED. NOVEMBER 1 1998. AS MY HUNTING PARTNER AND I LOADED MY PICKUP WE FELT CONFIDENT WE WOULD HAVE OUR TAGS FILLED AND HOME BY NOON. WE HAD SPENT WEEKS SPOTTING AND TALKING TO LANDOWNERS, WE WERE READY. WE HAD OUR LOCATION PICKED OUT WHERE WE HAD SEEN NUMEROUS EXCEPTIONAL BUCKS IN THE PREVIOUS TWO WEEKS. WHEN WE ARRIVED AT OUR DESTINATION WE REALIZED MANY OTHER HUNTERS HAD THE SAME IDEA WE DID. FRUSTRATED WE HUNTED THE AREA BUT TOO MANY HUNTERS AND A LACK OF ANIMALS HAD RUINED OUR BIG PLANS.† THE BIG BUCKS HAD DISAPPEARED. WE DECIDED TO HEAD TO A DIFFERENT LOCATION. AS WE DROVE DOWN A COUNTRY ROAD WE SPOTTED BIG ED WALKING ACROSS A FIELD TOWARDS A COULEE NOSE DOWN AND STUPID. AFTER A QUICK STOP AT THE LANDOWNERS FOR PERMISSION WE WENT AFTER THE BUCK. WE STALKED WITHIN 30 YARDS OF THE BUCK AND WITH ONE WELL PLACED SHOT DROPPED HIM IN HIS TRACKS. After a MILE LONG DRAG BACK TO TRUCK. WHAT A GREAT HUNTING PARTNER. THE RACK MEASURES 29" WIDE AND 32" TALL WITH EXTREMELY THICK TINES. LIVE WEIGHT WAS ESTIMATED AT 285-300 LBS. BIG ED IS NOW PROUDLY DISPLAYED ON MY WALL AND ANYONE WHO SEES HIM ALSO HEARS THIS LONG WINDED STORY.

Broder Buck


From: Chip Lake, Alberta

what the sign on the wall says:† WORLD RECORDNon-Typical Mule DeerB & C Score 355 2/8†Taken by Ed Broder at Chip Lake, Alberta on Nov 26, 1926.† This incredible mule deer ranks as one of the most outstanding big-game trophies ever taken by a sport hunter in North America.

Broder Buck


From: Chip Lake, Alberta

Photo #2 Ed Broder and Philip Mohr packed Edís 1914 Model T Ford† touring car in November of 1926 with three weeks supply of hunting gear and provisions and headed west out of Edmonton, Alberta. Reaching the settlement of McKay near Chip Lake, Alberta they traveled south over near-impassable logging roads to their chosen campsite on the Bigoray River. From this point on the wilderness was so rugged that hunting could only be accomplished on foot. During the first week out Ed bagged a black bear despite poor hunting conditions, as the first snowfall had not yet arrived. At the start of the second week a foot of fresh snow arrived making excellent hunting conditions for which Ed and Philip could use their keen tracking abilities to their advantage. Both of these men were extremely skilled in bush hunting and were always prepared to spend a night on the tracks in the wilderness in order to pursue their game at daybreak the following day.

Broder Buck


From: Chip Lake, Alberta

Photo #3 During the second week Ed was tracking a moose when he noticed a big deer track had crossed the moose track, after examining the deer track more closely he chose to track the fresher deer track because he always wanted a nice big buck to have mounted. After tracking the deer for several hours Ed became cold and wet but still persisted. The deer tracks led him to a small clearing where he spotted the deer browsing in some low shrubs at 100 yards. Moments later when the deer raised its head, the antlers came into view and Ed quickly drew his Winchester 32 Special and dropped the buck. Upon approaching his game Ed realized this was no ordinary mule deer, it was a truly awesome buck. Ed had Wolfe Taxidermists do a shoulder mount and proudly displayed his trophy in his home for 36 years prior to being officially scored by the Boone and Crockett club in 1962.

Broder Buck


From: Chip Lake, Alberta

Photo #4 As scored by the Boone & Crockett Club:In total 43 scorable points graced its head with 22 points on the right and 21 points on the left. The greatest spread is 38 5/8 inches and 22 1/8 inches inside spread. Main beams run 26 inches. Longest brow tine is 4 4/8 inches, with the longest second tine of 19 5/8 inches, third tine 14 inches, fourth tine 12 6/8 inches, largest circumference is 6 4/8 inches. Total on the right antler is 96 1/8 inches and left antler 95 5/8 inches for a total score of 213 7/8 inches. It has 6 4/8 deductions for a final typical score of 208 3/8 inches . With 146 7/8 of non-typical points to add the outcome was a WORLD RECORD SCORE OF 355 2/8 INCHES

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Trophy mule deer hunt with Andre van Hilten's Willow Creek Outfitters

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