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Old 10-19-2008, 10:32 PM
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Hello To All:

I am a newb here, and wanted to share with you last weeks harvest. Taken in the Angeles National Forest, just 16 mi N of Downtown Los Angeles. Still one more tag to fill; buck or doe.

Vicki & Ralph: I wish that I hadn't missed meeting you both at the Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga last month. Hope you visit Southern California again real soon. I'll show you both my "honey-spot", and take you for a horse ride on my horse trail just 15 mi E of Downtown Los Angeles. This trail extends from the Pacific Ocean clear to Oregon (via the Pacific Crest Trail).

p.s. Anyone here see me on Wayne Pearson's Ultimate Outdoorsman Search on ESPN2 in 2006?

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Old 10-20-2008, 07:31 AM
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Congrats bud and welcome!!!

Thats a nice lookin buck!!!

Public land in that area couldn't have been easy!!!!
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Old 10-20-2008, 07:39 AM
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Congrats and Welcome!!

I didn't know there was public land in the middle of LA...of course you couldn't get me to go there unless you dragged me. I can't stand all the smog...kills my lungs. Blech! (*~*)
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Old 10-20-2008, 09:01 AM
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Hello To All:

I am a newb here, and wanted to share with you last weeks harvest. Taken in the Angeles National Forest, just 16 mi N of Downtown Los Angeles. Still one more tag to fill; buck or doe.

Vicki & Ralph: I wish that I hadn't missed meeting you both at the Bass Pro Shop in Rancho Cucamonga last month. Hope you visit Southern California again real soon. I'll show you both my "honey-spot", and take you for a horse ride on my horse trail just 15 mi E of Downtown Los Angeles. This trail extends from the Pacific Ocean clear to Oregon (via the Pacific Crest Trail).

p.s. Anyone here see me on Wayne Pearson's Ultimate Outdoorsman Search on ESPN2 in 2006?

-DJ

Welcome DJ!

I gotta be honest here... and I am sure I'm not the only one wondering this...

A hunter in Los Angeles??? California??? You are a rare item indeed our new found friend!

Nice looking deer!
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Old 10-20-2008, 12:08 PM
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Learn something new everyday. I would have never even thought there were deer much less hunters, at least one,that close to LA. Congrats on a great buck!!!!
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Old 10-21-2008, 05:20 PM
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congrats on the deer


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Old 10-23-2008, 12:47 PM
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Thanks for your welcoming replies. Yes, there are actually several thousand of us here in So. Ca. that enjoy the task of wildlife management (the word hunting scares some folks around here). In fact, a buddy of mine used what is known as a AO tag (archery only) in Aug., and nailed a forky too. His was a little different though. Anyone here ever see a hermaphridite? If I hadn' t seen it I wouldn't of believed it. A doe with antlers. I'll try and get a photo from him.
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Thanks for your welcoming replies. Yes, there are actually several thousand of us here in So. Ca. that enjoy the task of wildlife management (the word hunting scares some folks around here). In fact, a buddy of mine used what is known as a AO tag (archery only) in Aug., and nailed a forky too. His was a little different though. Anyone here ever see a hermaphridite? If I hadn' t seen it I wouldn't of believed it. A doe with antlers. I'll try and get a photo from him.
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Might not be a good idea with this crowd...

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Welcome to the site-congrats on your buck. A horse ride by the ocean sounds really nice.
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We Believe ya...

Might not be a good idea with this crowd...

Lord only knows where Rick would take that one
I knew this guy... He was nuts! He was telling me about this time he was in Tijuana...

...Ummm...

Perhaps I'll just share that story at another time...
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