Discussion in 'FREE Hunts & Giveaways' started by Hartzview Hunting Safaris, Feb 19, 2013.
you can see de pelets cloud is arriving the dove
Yep, I think they called it Chewandi (spelling). Loved sitting up there late in the evening watching a little bit of everything. This picture was after my buddy and I did 25 miles after buffalo that day. I had my PH (Scott Bailey) spend the day with the wives while I went with my buddy and Mark after Buffalo. They surprized us with a four course meal up on the bluff that night. A perfect end to a perfect day at Chirisa!
Spelt 'Chewonde' pronounced che (not chee!) Whoa nde (again not ndeee!)
I have some great pics from up there! Fond memories guiding clients in an awesome hunting area!
Jerome I want to post a group of 10 photo'd together! How do I do it?
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The dog's got a NEW best friend!
Ole Bally those are some amazing Pictures. Thanks
Really great photo's. Is this taken at your home?
Bisenji's are courageous.
A Mamba bait station..
For sure!!! That's what I thought everytime I saw one too!
This is the third bird from a triple I shot last fall. They got up within 5 seconds of each other and I shot all three. My dog, Dash, marked all three and delivered all to hand. Gotta love a good bird dog.
These are photos of the same deer before and after a shot that my son took on his first bowhunt. I photo shopped the lines in for reference so you can see how far she dropped at the shot. His arrow went right where he was aiming but she was not there when it got there. You can just see the green fletching of his arrow inside the red circle in the second photo. It was a clean miss right over the shoulder.
After missing with his bow earlier in the year (see above post), we broke out the "thunder stick" and he redeemed himself. The smile says it all. I was one proud papa!
Sunrise in the Badlands
"Sunrise in the Badlands"
Sunrise on a lookout in western North Dakota where I hunt mulies in the Badlands.
yup when they are that pleased with themselves it is great. not knowing about arrows etc was it a miss, as to me it looks like its in the back of the neck?
It was a clean miss right over the shoulder. She dropped straight down, before she turned and the arrow went right over her back.
females never know what they are going to do........!!!!!
my ram from this summer
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