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My longest kill so far.

 
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Old 08-12-2007, 10:44 AM
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It's nice to know there are still people who are willing to help others and there are still ways to enjoy hunting.
Bob Hart is a very nice guy. I stopped by Nescopeck on my way home from upstate New York to get some heavy sand. It was on a Monday during deer season and the shop was closed up and as I stood peering through the window a guy came accross the street and asked if there was something I wanted. It was Bob Hart and he opened up the shop and hunted around and got me the heavy sand and then locked the shop back up and I went my way and he went off deer hunting.
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Old 08-12-2007, 11:22 AM
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Mikenc ,you ever get out boise , idaho way i'd be glad to take you predator hunting -i don't do much of any game hunting.

Congradulations on the 678yd whitetail shot !!


Thanks a million, Montana is as far west as I have been so far, and that was just a tourist trip. I would love to take you up on the offer someday. I just enjoy being outdoors and seeing new places and meeting new people. Idaho and Montana have just been a dream for a long time. I live in eastern N.C. where it's flat, so any opportunity to get out west and in the mountains is great. I'm as eager to shoot predators as I am to shoot big game. Predators are something I've not done alot off, but from my little experience it is aweful fun.

Thanks a million for the offer and maybe someday I'll be able to take you up and go shoot some predators.
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10-4 Mike ---anytime !
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Old 08-13-2007, 12:16 PM
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540 yds. on a poodle is a long shot & one to be very proud of. Congratulations!
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Old 08-15-2007, 07:36 AM
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Good shooting, I got three weeks back one hundred yards or so it was after A calf in A friends pasture man my 25-06 with A hornady 75g.hp did A number on it,David
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Old 08-17-2007, 03:24 AM
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Mikenc and Ol Mike..........If you guys make this happen date-wise, I'll buy the airline ticket for you to get there and back. It would do me much good to know you are doing what you enjoy in spite of the hand you were dealt. Let me know if you need the ticket, and I'll pony up.......
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Thanks a million, Montana is as far west as I have been so far, and that was just a tourist trip. I would love to take you up on the offer someday. I just enjoy being outdoors and seeing new places and meeting new people. Idaho and Montana have just been a dream for a long time. I live in eastern N.C. where it's flat, so any opportunity to get out west and in the mountains is great. I'm as eager to shoot predators as I am to shoot big game. Predators are something I've not done alot off, but from my little experience it is aweful fun.

Thanks a million for the offer and maybe someday I'll be able to take you up and go shoot some predators.
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Old 08-20-2007, 10:04 AM
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Mikenc and Ol Mike..........If you guys make this happen date-wise, I'll buy the airline ticket for you to get there and back. It would do me much good to know you are doing what you enjoy in spite of the hand you were dealt. Let me know if you need the ticket, and I'll pony up.......
cheers,
Jordan

Jordan,

Thank you, that would be awefully nice and I would love to take you up on your offer, maybe in the spring. I have been BLESSED with many hunts this fall so maybe in the spring. I would love to visit Idaho and I greatly appreciate the offer from ol mike and Jordan I greatly appreciate your offer of plane tickets, thank you very much. Maybe in the spring.
What a schedule I have thanks to the folks at R.W. Hart and Joella Bates. I will be going to Maine to hunt black bears with Joella in September and possibly Missouri with Bob Hart and another friend in October then to North Dakota for pheasants and deer in November with someone else. I greatly appreciate all the invitations and I am glad to know there are still good, generous and kind people in this world.

Thank you again for the offer of the plane ticket and thank you again ol mike for the invitation of the hunt. Maybe one day it will happen.
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