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im already back at school but my dad took his friends dickie and chip they shot 12 ducks and 1 goose he said it was a lot of fun i had a grea...
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hunted with george and my dad we hunted the morning only killed 3 geese, 4 mallards, 2 scaulp, 2 teal, 2 pintail...
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hunted on the creek with bruce and preston in the morning for a few hours i purchased a new harrington and richardson 10ga 3 1/2 in with a 36" barr...

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Have you ever hunted for deer on a military base? I have the draw for such a hunt here in Alberta in December and just want to know if anyone has a similar experience.

macolsen, 7/25/2012 0:56am
Check out my latest journal entry. A 14-year-old recently got his first big game kill, an antleress elk.

macolsen, 1/11/2012 5:20pm
Check out my latest journal entry. I got my second coyote recently.

macolsen, 11/16/2011 11:06pm
Welcome to!

Let me know if you have any questions about how to use the site or anything else. A great way to get started is to complete your profile, post a new journal entry, upload some photos, or to create a new hunting/scouting map. There are lot of good guys and smart hunters on here to connect with too.

Welcome again and Shoot Straight!

DBG (Sean) PHJ Field Staff

DuckBuckGoose, 10/19/2009 9:08pm
Welcome to the PHJ community LLY PT!! Here you will find others who share your same passion for the outdoors as you do. I look forward to reading you posts and journals through out the year. If you have any questions about the site, please feel free to send me a message and check out my journals

evilbeliever, 10/19/2009 8:58am
Just wanted to welcome you to PHJ. I think you'll enjoy all the features this site has to offer. I encourage you to start your journal. It's a great way to keep your hunts logged for future references. Also to share your adventures with fellow hunters. You can keep whatever info you want private, like maps or gps coordinates.

If you get a chance check out my journal, I've kept a written journal of previous years hunts, and I've been logging them in here at PHJ.

Again welcome!


allflockedup, 10/18/2009 9:00pm

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