Tuesday, December 6, 2011

More rut bucks

Today I would like to take a moment to thank all of you that have been checking out my blog!  I can't tell you how much it means to have the amazing support that I have had with this, it's really taking off a lot faster than I thought!  In fact, rather than "finding" things to write about, I spend my time planning what to post next, as so many of you have submitted photos and stories.  I also thank you for the feedback about what I am doing here.  The common thing I keep hearing is how everyone likes that this is a place for anyone to share their outdoor adventures; not just professional hunters, guides, or those that have payed big bucks for a good hunt.  I want you to know that I want to strive to keep it that way, a place where anyone can share their outdoor experiences.  With that comes every one's different idea of what a "trophy" is.  Don't be shy!  We have had some big bucks on here already, but that's not all this site is about.  If it was a smaller buck, bull, or fish, share it anyway!  We want to hear about your experience.  Maybe we can learn new things from each other to become more skilled in the outdoors. 

I want to especially thank my friends out there that I work with on the fire line in this area.  I realize you have been my biggest supporters!  I appreciate what you have shared here, and for you encouraging me to continue with this adventure.  It really is a special brotherhood we share in our profession, and that support and friendship is a big part to the success of this blog.  Thanks to all of you!  With that said, to all readers here, please email or comment with ideas or suggestions that would make it better.  There is also a poll in the right hand side bar where you can select what you like about this blog.  Please continue to send your photos and stories!  Thanks again! 

Now a few more rut bucks that have been captured on film over the last couple of weeks!  The first few are bucks I caught.
 
Not the best of his horns, but a good view of our little stand-off





Yes, those are bricks, that is a house back there!

 



Travis Shakespear of Henrieville captured another good buck this week:



These next pics come to us from Kyle Gunn, Brandon Davis, and Adam Soper, who I also work with in fire out of Cedar City.  It looks like the guys had a great day out spotting some great bucks!





















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