Even more fun than shooting Coyotes, these varmint Baboons were a real hoot! Zimbabwe, 2005. This is the type of sporting fun & conservation I'd like to see passed on to upcoming generations.
Great pictures everyone! Texas County Hunter you took some great animals in Iran, I really like the Transcaspian Urial.
Elephant and Pigmy after a charge in the forest of Cameroon
I took this record book springbok in July of 2009 with my compound bow in DiBeng, South Africa.
Thnaks for the opportunity to enter the contest!
Here is a shot of me with my 2009 Vermont Moose
I like seattelsetters first post, amazing dogs on the hunt, Scott.
Guess you folk wouldn't object to me and the only lady in my arriving armed only with a camera, good appetites and a friendly disposition. Good yarns thrown in for free?::)
This goat hunt was quite memorable as it was my first solo goat hunt in northern BC, Canada. Hunting goats and most mountain game is a passion of mine not only for the trophy but even more for the thrill of the adventure.
Took this fantastic bull in the beginning of the rut sept. 07. It was a nice compliment to a successful goat hunt. It made for a heavy pack though.
I accompanied Amy Martin on this stone sheep hunt in northern BC. In my opinion, packing a set of stone ram horns off the mountain on your back is the pinacle of mountain hunting in North America. It is a feeling that can't be described.
This interior grizzly was taken in central northern British Columbia. This big old boy was laid to rest in good time. He lived a full life and this was evident from his battle scars, missing ears and worn out teeth. He was a true trophy and a big achievment for my hunting career. I was thrilled and this is clear from the expression on my face.
This second griz was actually taken on the same day as the previous about 4 hours later. Upon our arrival back to our spike camp we noticed this bear approx. 70 yards from our tents. We made a quick stalk into about 50 yards from him and put him down. This made for some excellent video and an unparallel day of bear hunting in the mountains.
All the family around a sport, hunting. From my grand father (86 years old and still hunting) and me (18 years old). Hunting is also a team working, congratulation to the men who take care about the dog and the guard oh the hunting ground. This photography pay tribute to them.
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Thank you all for some exceptional pictures and just for entering our competition. It means a lot to AH.com and HHS. We are at the HARRISBURG outdoor expo this folowing week. If any of you guys are going to the show please stop by the booth to meet our team. We are in BOOTH #6931.
Looking forward on seeing more pictures!
P.S: I need to get out hunting as soon as possible as I am starting to get withdraw simptoms! ;-)
Looks like a.coghlin is living your hunt and mine, pack your stuff and get out there. Believe me his hunt is on my list too. Scott.