2010 "Post Your Trophies Thread"

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  1. jmbuckhunter

    jmbuckhunter Grizzled Veteran

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    Here ya go Huck and anyone else who has scored already this year. Post up those trophies.
     
  2. bloodcrick

    bloodcrick Moderator/BHOD Prostaff

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    2010 Buck
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  3. Jim_IV

    Jim_IV Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Javelina in February
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    Big carp off my new boat (yes I consider fish a trophy:D)
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  4. MOmighty

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  5. Schultzy

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    Can't hunt nothing else so I figured I'd try and thin the rabbit population and help out my garden. 30 yard shot, farther then what I'm used too.

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  6. Greg / MO

    Greg / MO Grizzled Veteran

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    Dang, Steve... 30-yarder with that rig and that shot placement is a heckuva trophy! :)

    All of 'em up above look great!!
     
  7. Schultzy

    Schultzy Grizzled Veteran

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    A little luck never hurts. :D Thanks Greg!!!
     
  8. HuntingBry

    HuntingBry Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Steve, your shot looks a little far forward on the shoulder.:p;)

    Great shooting man.

    Congrats to all.
     
  9. Miss_Jessica

    Miss_Jessica Weekend Warrior

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    I think it's time I start mixin up the bh.com gear. What ya think ;)

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  10. Long Beard Gobbler

    Long Beard Gobbler Weekend Warrior

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  11. Schultzy

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    Now thats some variety!! Way to go, congratulation's!!
     
  12. Iamyourhuckleberry

    Iamyourhuckleberry Die Hard Bowhunter

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    That a girl Jess! That's what I was waiting to see! Holy smokes and the year is still young! I think you have found your "lucky" wear there kiddo! I wouldn't change a thing!

    Here's the start of my 2010

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    Nebraska doe management. I had 40 deer filter by me this night (10-10-10). One deer was a 10 point, 170" class brute, at 12 yards-broadside. I decided to help the rancher with his wacked out buck to doe ratio.

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    2010 South Dakota nanny taken with a Custom Kanga longbow

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    2010 Menard County, Illinois buck. He rolls in at 150-7/8 inches- 40 of which were for mass.

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    A 141-2/8 inch Beaumont, Alberta buck
     
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  13. BoneCollectorUK

    BoneCollectorUK Weekend Warrior

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    Thats awsome Jess & Will!!! A really great start to your year!!

    ..us brits will have to wait til Elk camp to get that first Bow kill this year!!
     
  14. dawg007

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    Here is my best trophy of 2010 so far! Deer season can not get here fast enough!

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  15. Schultzy

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    Great start to your year Will!!
     
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    gabevtwin Weekend Warrior

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    Took this one at 30 yards.

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  17. NC_Bowhunter

    NC_Bowhunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    First Thunderchicken with Bow 2010

    This was my first turkey with a bow. He came in at about 5:30 in the afternoon and I shot him at 11 yards. The best part about it was that I got it all on video.
     

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  18. buckslayer1

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    My photos won't upload????

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    Hey sticky, after i download my photos, where to i go to continue?
    I tryed the upload button at the top of the post area but it does not post them?

    What is the deal here?? How does it work?


    The "buckslayer"
     
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  19. manoaboi

    manoaboi Newb

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    Sup guys, just joined the forum.
    Just graduated from college and I'm back home in Hawaii. My stepdad and my family, which is filled with bow hunters, finally convinced me to start hunting after letting me shoot an old bow a few times. They were so excited they finally convinced me, and I was kinda like "meh, ok".

    So they took me on my first hunt for wild sheep, and my first shot, on my first stalk, got this

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    Poked this ewe in the heart :eek: (have pics of heart too but didn't know if that was cool on the forum). Totally chalking it up to beginners luck. And now I have this distorted view of thinking that bowhunting is THAT easy.

    Needless to say, I'm pretty hooked. Still shooting this old PSE and ordered some broadheads and arrows from the Cabela's catalogue. Been hunting pigs and have discovered, yes, it takes a lot more dedication.

    BTW Mutton pot roast w/ mashed potatoes :sheep:
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  20. basinarcheryshop.com

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    Those are some good looking trophies guys.
     

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