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In Loving Memory of a young hunter: This is my grandson Dylan Richard Bingham1997/2014. Dylan was an avid sportman from baseball to lacrosse at Copper Hills High School to Bow hunting bears with his dad and climbing the highest peaks for that perfect buck. this is a tribute to a fallen son, grandson, friend and hunter. . Photo submitted by Robert Young on Dec 15, 2014 02:46 PM
In Loving Memory of a young hunter: This is my grandson Dylan Richard Bingham1997/2014. Dylan was an avid sportman from baseball to lacrosse at Copper Hills High School to Bow hunting bears with his dad and climbing the highest peaks for that perfect buck. this is a tribute to a fallen son, grandson, friend and hunter. . Photo submitted by Robert Young on Dec 15, 2014 02:46 PM
South Dakota Sunset: Recent hunting trip to South Dakota. Stopped to take a picture of the sunset and happened to catch a couple of pheasants in the shot as well.. Photo submitted by Shane Edwards on Dec 13, 2014 09:11 PM
Birddogging for Utah Chukar: My French Brittany Mack on point.. Photo submitted by Shane Edwards on Dec 13, 2014 09:08 PM
Quadruple Play: 4 Idaho bucks shot with 1 rifle in less than 3 minutes by 3 of my grandchildren and their dad in October of this year. They spotted the deer bedded down and stalked to within 250 yds. The youngest shooter (Wyatt, age 10, center left) got first try and killed the biggest buck in its bed with 1 shot. The other 3 deer stood up but stayed calm as their leader appeared to still be sleeping. Wyatt quickly handed the rifle to his brother (Kai, age 12) who dropped the next buck. The other 2 deer still stood by watching, so Kai handed the rifle to his sister (McCall, age 14). She bagged the 3rd buck with a single shot. The last buck was still waiting so McCall handed the rifle to her dad who finished off the quadruple play with 1 more shot. Jed (age 8, orange hat) is holding his dad's buck. It was a day the kids and their dad will never forget.. Photo submitted by Steven Dewey on Dec 13, 2014 07:21 PM
Henry's Bison: I surprisingly drew a cow bison tag on the Henry's this year and was lucky enough to have some family and friends join me. On the first day of the hunt we spotted a small herd and stalked to within 290 yards of them and waited for 40 min to confirm sex and get a shot on the biggest one in the herd. That was the easy part! The hard part was getting it back to the Atv's, 3 miles across 4 ravines and all up hill. It took us 4 and a half hours of hiking (3 and a half those in the dark) just to get to the atv's. It's not the best trophy photo, but after all the work we put in it's a beauty in my eyes. And, honestly I was more worried about the hike back. We worked hard, but in the end we made lots of great memories. And I got the trophy I was after.. Photo submitted by Donnie McStotts on Dec 12, 2014 05:02 PM
80 and still gunning strong!: Jack Parson turned 80 years young this fall and has spent plenty of days each week in the goose blind. Here he is with his favorite hunting dog, Benelli, and a limit of 7 ducks (all drakes to boot!) and 1 banded goose. 80 years old and he still doesn't miss a Saturday out chasing the birds!. Photo submitted by Drew Allen on Dec 12, 2014 09:18 AM
my first swan and first time drawing the tag: This is my first swan and the first time I drew out for the tag, this is also the first tag I have ever filled with all the tags I've purchased between elk, deer, and turkey so this is something I well always remember!. Photo submitted by Zack evans on Dec 11, 2014 08:56 PM
What a year!: My 10 year old son Brad has had quite the year. It started in January when he and his mom took and passed hunters safety. Then in April, at first light of the youth Turkey hunt he bagged this nice jake with one shot, and was back in time to go to school. In the end of September, on the youth duckhunt hunt, he got his first duck, ending up with 5 ducks that day. He put in and drew a swan tag and in early December he bagged his very first swan. I don't know who was smiling more, him or me! As his dad,I couldn't be prouder, nor could I have planned a better year for Bradley. It's been amazing sharing my love with the outdoors with those I love. Congrats Brad, WHAT A YEAR!. Photo submitted by Randy Fischer on Dec 11, 2014 07:27 PM
What a year!: My 10 year old son Brad has had quite the year. It started in January when he and his mom took and passed hunters safety. Then in April, at first light of the youth Turkey hunt he bagged this nice jake with one shot, and was back in time to go to school. In the end of September, on the youth duckhunt hunt, he got his first duck, ending up with 5 ducks that day. He put in and drew a swan tag and in early December he bagged his very first swan. I don't know who was smiling more, him or me! As his dad,I couldn't be prouder, nor could I have planned a better year for Bradley. It's been amazing sharing my love with the outdoors with those I love. Congrats Brad, WHAT A YEAR!. Photo submitted by Randy Fischer on Dec 11, 2014 07:27 PM
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