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This is a spin off from the thread I started about hauling the TW on a boat. A few fish pictures, seemed like a good thing.
Lets see some critters. They can be dead or alive.
Here are a couple to consider of moose:
For reference, this is a normal color cow and her calf.
This is an albino cow moose we got close to. She had a normal color calf the previous season, folks kind of look for her each year.
Then here's one of a couple of king salmon, shows how drinking beer puts weight on them just like it does to people.
These are yellow eye red snapper, one of our favorites to eat.
OK ,your turn! Show us some fauna!
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I took this pic of my buddy Ken with a 9 foot sturgeon. We don't fish for the big boys anymore. It stresses the fish but 12 footers were not uncommon in this spot on the Columbia River.
Black sow with 2 cinnamon cubs showed up last fall in my stand
Two satellite bulls mixing it up on a trail I staked out.
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Steelhead, the only fish I like better than salmon, and only slightly. My daughter's first steelie from the wind river, she's 25 now and 6 in the picture.
Back in the day when I started teaching my girls to hunt. I would take them into the woods before sunrise to squirrel hunt. As you can tell there mother didn't do there hair that morning. Lol
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Steelhead, the only fish I like better than salmon, and only slightly. My daughter's first steelie from the wind river, she's 25 now and 6 in the picture.[/QUOTE]
We have a few steelhead around here, and they are delicious. Wonderful texture. I keep meaning to smoke some but it never stays around long enough. Sometimes I get given steelhead by commercial fisherman who catch them accidentally in net gear.