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Looks good, all but the liver part…


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Awesome.

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I’ll go the other direction “even the liver part.”
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Looks good, all but the liver part…

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Originally Posted by shrapnel
Looks good, all but the liver part…


Liver was the best part

These T-Bones with shrimp scampi weren’t terrible:

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We ground and wrapped breakfast sausage today

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There isn’t enough A-1 sauce in the world to make liver palatable…


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Awesome job bro all the way around....


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Outstanding all the way around. Conrats to all of you.

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Originally Posted by shrapnel
There isn’t enough A-1 sauce in the world to make liver palatable…

True enough, I’m sure A-1 sauce would ruin a good piece of liver as fast as it would ruin a good steak




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Awesome!!! Congrats to all of you! Love seeing the young ladies hunting and having success!!!! Nothing makes me happier these days than hunting with my daughter.

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Most excellent, thanks for the pics and write up.

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Great stories and great animals!!!! Congrats to all!!! Waidmannsheil !!!


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Thanks for taking us along in pictures.. congrats all the way around for the successful hunters and condolences and " next year" to those that didn't get to score this season...

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Originally Posted by huntinaz
A few weeks later my two daughters had cow tags and so did my nephew Elliot. Elliot and Jenna had the youth hunt and the bulls were still bugling a lot. So much fun. Jenna and I saw a tank of a bull and he kept his cows clustered and stood in front of them the whole time and we didn't get a shot at the cows. Tate and Elliot closed in on the bugles too and were able to get Elliot on a cow. Turns out the loose herd was about 30 elk, 20 of which were bulls, 5 of them were good ones. Two of them kept fighting after they made their way to open country away from us after Elliot shot his cow. Just a great experience to see the elk rut and fight, and Elliot kill his first elk:
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Very nice! Congrats!

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Well, This is a very awesome post, all the way around. Congrats and thanks for sharing!!!!

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Originally Posted by ElmerKeith
Originally Posted by huntinaz
A few weeks later my two daughters had cow tags and so did my nephew Elliot. Elliot and Jenna had the youth hunt and the bulls were still bugling a lot. So much fun. Jenna and I saw a tank of a bull and he kept his cows clustered and stood in front of them the whole time and we didn't get a shot at the cows. Tate and Elliot closed in on the bugles too and were able to get Elliot on a cow. Turns out the loose herd was about 30 elk, 20 of which were bulls, 5 of them were good ones. Two of them kept fighting after they made their way to open country away from us after Elliot shot his cow. Just a great experience to see the elk rut and fight, and Elliot kill his first elk:
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Very nice! Congrats!

The Winchester 1894, is it a pre64? 30-30?

It’s a 30-30, I don’t think it’s pre-64




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Great report! Congrats on the hunt with your family!


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Looks like it went great all around, congrats.


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Looks like an awesome AZ elk season. Congrats on all the success. Good to see Casey is still around and doing good!

Just curious what’s Harvest score? Those hats look great.

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Congratulations to all.

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Looks to have been a real fun elk season with family and friends. Congrats to all.

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