It doesn't matter if you're new to the forum or new to hunting!!!
I had a blast participating in this event last season, at that time our team was less than a month old!!!
Feel free to share your daily hunting experience's!!!
Last year I enjoyed reading ALL the posts from members through out the season!!!
Take the time to read through the posts and you'll see what I mean!!!
I'm a meat hunter and can only tag one deer!!!
I apply for an 'anydeer' permit!!!
I'll take what ever deer I can get!!!
It ain't easy hunting deer up here in Maine..
But, you just never know!!! A big ole' buck can cross your path at any moment!!!
Heck, last year I got a nice mature buck that was missing both antlers , I posted pics of it proudly just the same!!!
Let's have a goodtime here folks!!!
I'll be using my .45/70 for most hunts, but I may decide to occasionally tote around my .30/30 or .35 rem (my first deer rifle) just for old times sake!!!
I belong to both of those teams as well
...Hopefully lever addict didn't go as far as to challenge Bill Jordan's 'Team Realtree'
I wish you all good luck!!!
Shoot straight and be safe!!!
That was my first buck 12point, 5 on side 7 on the other. I tried my hand at the Boone and Crocket score sheet and it scored 127 with a beam spread of 23.5 inches. But the kicker is that my buddies was bigger yet. Between my father and I we got my 12 point and his 11 point and bull moose.
The best thing about the hunt was spending some quality time with my Dad and the meat was just the icing on the cake. Good luck to all who participate because in the end its just about the memories, even if you don't get that prized animal.
I hunt 10 hours north of the Montana border in norhtern Alberta. I use to hunt in eastern Canada, (Quebec) and My father and I would take our yearly venture into Pensylvania in the 80's. At first it was bow hunting in the fall but we changed it up to flintlock at Christmas time. We have some good friends thier (Rome), but ever since I moved west I have not been back and I do miss the Christmas hunt.