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Seymore Buck

Anaconda, Montana. It was a cold morning here in the Pintler Mountains of southwest Montana. The wind was blowing steadily out of the west as I drank the last cup of coffee from my old Thermos jug. I was here to hunt a buck I had seen when I was…

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The Torch 9X10 Elk by Lance Lippert

I would like to submit this short story for your readers of my 2000 New Mexico bull elk hunt. Y2K has been a great year for my 10-year-old son and me. He has also experienced a successful hunting season. My family is new to hunting the southwest, but thanks to…

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The Powerline Deer

BGE (Baltimore Gas and Electric) received a call from a customer saying: “My power is out. When you come to fix it be sure to bring a truck with a tall enough bucket to remove the deer”. The customer service rep prudently trying to gather helpful information to help diagnose…

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The Freindly Bears

There was a feature on this guy in one of the Anchorage Newspapers. He is retired and has been FEEDING bears in his cottage’s back yard for over 25 years. The bears just come and hang out and he believes them to be his friends.

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Remove The Bore Sighting Device Prior To Shooting

Never forget to remove the bore sighting device prior to shooting, or this could happen to you. Luckily for this sharp shooter, the accident happened at the firing range where there were people around to react quickly and rush for help. Had this sportsmans taken one of his used snowmobiles to the middle of the woods…

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How To Shoot A Lion by Jon Hedin

A few years back, I was doing some work for a doctor in Minnetonka, MN. As I walked around his home I couldn\’t help but notice that he had one of just about every huntable animal in the world in his collection. They were hanging from the walls, the ceiling…

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Daze on the San Juan by Bruce D. Hatten

On September 28, 1994 (the last day of my yearly trip) came the fish of my dreams. For the most part, I’d thrown parachute-type mayflies at the water that day (blue-winged olives), setting on anything that rose within an 18-inch diameter of where I thought my dry would be (it’s…

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