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Nice job on the hunt, and cool pics, Chris!Thunbs%20Up
 
You're one lucky "mofo" to be able to make that trip every year!
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Yeah, VERY cool stuff, Chris!
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Check out these two saguaros.  Wikipedia says it takes the 75 years to grow an arm.  These two are single cactus with only one trunk coming out of the ground.  These guys are all time Boone and Crocket non-typicals for sure.
 
 
 
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WOW!!!  That's awesome!
 
Non-typical B&C as well!
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Chris Great Pic's

 

Was They able to trap the puma? that would be one heck of a pet.

 

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I got an e-mail from the ranch today, see below:
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Subject: Fotos Puma.....
Finally my friend... pumas have been capture and killed in the ranch... this pictures are from yesterday, this is the second cat that we have trap... please show this pictures to everybody... and also say hi to everybody... 
 
thanks and we´ll keep on touch...
 
 
 
 
 
Subject: Mas fotos.....
This is the first cat that we trap... this pictures was like 10 days ago.... hopefully we will keep trap in them so we can manage the mule deer without finding them dead because of the cats.... enjoy... also you can see in one picture how a cat cut the head off a goat... seek... jajaja....
 
 



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It is a pity that such a beautifull animal has to be trapped and killed. Unfortunately it has to be done in order to  manage wildlife and resources. In South Africa culling lynxes, jackal and other animals of prey has to be done in the smaller wildlife eco-systems.  
I only hope that we as hunters allways do this in a responsible and humane manner, so that the bunny huggers do not end up using this management tool in publicity campaigns against us.
Anyway Chris, I am glad you have managed to sort out the Puma problem.
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Thanks for the amazing scout pictures Chris...... They make my mulie look like.........well I'm kind of embarrassed.
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Originally posted by trigger29 trigger29 wrote:

Thanks for the amazing scout pictures Chris...... They make my mulie look like.........well I'm kind of embarrassed.
 
 
 
Are you kidding? I'd take that anyday of the week. What did that one score? Speaking of, can I invite myself?  Wink
Now I'm kidding, but I do hope to get out your way or maybe Idaho some day to take a Elk first and if possible a mullie too. They will have to be trophies though, not going all out for culls.
 
 
 
 
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Very nice indeed.
 
 
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Awsome pics.  might have to put  my name on the area around that water hole.
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Originally posted by flcooler flcooler wrote:

Awsome pics.  might have to put  my name on the area around that water hole.
 
That is a top secret location.  Dirty%20Harry
 
You can put your name on it if you can get there from this map.
 
 
Do not cross the border at Nogales, you might not make it very far.  Very dangerous.
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since my other post is drawing no response, and the pictures you have are great, Chris, what are you using as a trail camera in this post?
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These were low end Bushnell units.
 
 
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thanks, I assume the pictures were night infra-red?  It's interesting that the puma looked at the camera.  Those are great bucks (on trail cam and the ones with you!).
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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Originally posted by flcooler flcooler wrote:

Awsome pics.  might have to put  my name on the area around that water hole.
 
That is a top secret location.  Dirty%20Harry
 
You can put your name on it if you can get there from this map.
 
 
Do not cross the border at Nogales, you might not make it very far.  Very dangerous.
 
With proper research and a parachute we might find it. lol Clarification if i was u i would put my name on it  Plane
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Originally posted by SChunter SChunter wrote:

thanks, I assume the pictures were night infra-red?  It's interesting that the puma looked at the camera.  Those are great bucks (on trail cam and the ones with you!).
 
You can choose regular flash or infrared on most models, but infrared does so well that you don't need to use the regular flash in most cases unless you are trying to get something pretty far from the cam.   I am not sure what setting those pictures were done with, the guys down there don't listen too well and are always messing with the settings. Bandito
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Awesome pics amigo, thanks for sharing!!!  Bandito
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