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Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 4:01 pm
by Bullie
Jiggs showed us 5 and we got 4 of them down to her. Most of the trees we are making are den trees. Fourthhorseman was putting on a shooting seminar this morning so he got to pose with Jiggs.

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Another den tree. Jiggs was trying to get in this one with the squirrel. It finally got too much for the squirrel to handle and it bailed out.
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Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:20 pm
by BigRic
went this morning 2 dogs one tree rat in 2 hours.... only squirell we saw and it was in a tree...

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 5:21 pm
by fourthhorseman
It was a good time for sure. I only wish that their would have been others to share in the excitement. The first squirrel of the morning was pretty easy. I saw its eye from about 75 yards and not wanting it to run I immediately put a shot through its eyeball like a shot from the predator. Jiggs showed us 2 more then she brought us to one we just couldn't find. I then had to dig down deep and find the inner sniper that dwells within me. I don't wanna brag but I had to stop and look deep within myself and find my inner predator. It all happened in slow motion at least thats how it felt. I slowed my breathing and opened all of my senses to the world. I looked up into the tree and heard the beating of his heart then saw a slight ripple in the air giving up his position allowing me to know to shoot through the very top of a snag hitting it square in the heart. Some people might feel a bit like they are at a disadvantage when hunting with me but just remember that I ride the pale green horse called death. I am the Fourthhorseman....

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 6:34 pm
by glenn
fourthhorseman wrote:It was a good time for sure. I only wish that their would have been others to share in the excitement. The first squirrel of the morning was pretty easy. I saw its eye from about 75 yards and not wanting it to run I immediately put a shot through its eyeball like a shot from the predator. Jiggs showed us 2 more then she brought us to one we just couldn't find. I then had to dig down deep and find the inner sniper that dwells within me. I don't wanna brag but I had to stop and look deep within myself and find my inner predator. It all happened in slow motion at least thats how it felt. I slowed my breathing and opened all of my senses to the world. I looked up into the tree and heard the beating of his heart then saw a slight ripple in the air giving up his position allowing me to know to shoot through the very top of a snag hitting it square in the heart. Some people might feel a bit like they are at a disadvantage when hunting with me but just remember that I ride the pale green horse called death. I am the Fourthhorseman....

Daaaaaaaaaaang! That's all I've got to say about that! :stir: :rotflol: :rotflol:

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:28 pm
by BigRic
fourthhorseman wrote:It was a good time for sure. I only wish that their would have been others to share in the excitement. The first squirrel of the morning was pretty easy. I saw its eye from about 75 yards and not wanting it to run I immediately put a shot through its eyeball like a shot from the predator. Jiggs showed us 2 more then she brought us to one we just couldn't find. I then had to dig down deep and find the inner sniper that dwells within me. I don't wanna brag but I had to stop and look deep within myself and find my inner predator. It all happened in slow motion at least thats how it felt. I slowed my breathing and opened all of my senses to the world. I looked up into the tree and heard the beating of his heart then saw a slight ripple in the air giving up his position allowing me to know to shoot through the very top of a snag hitting it square in the heart. Some people might feel a bit like they are at a disadvantage when hunting with me but just remember that I ride the pale green horse called death. I am the Fourthhorseman....


You need to be writing fiction books ..not Squirell hunting... :W: :stir: :rotflol: :rotflol: :rotflol: :rotflol:

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:11 am
by gtk
looks fun. i bet more kids would get into hunting if they started out squirrel hunting..

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Mon Feb 07, 2011 11:13 am
by dustygoodson
look fun nice pics

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:25 am
by BeardsAndBones
Looks like yall did have a good morning and to top it off with the Fourthhorseman shooting skills, it must have been a site. :2TU:

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:53 pm
by Bullie
Bump... just cause it is a classic

Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:22 pm
by bulletc
Like your dog , got a gyp that fovors yours . Here is Granny
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Re: Not a bad morning

PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 8:32 pm
by Bullie
Thanks. I am partial to her.

They do favor.