Deer Hunt PWS 2003

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Using up a little energy before we head out for a weekend of deer hunting.

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Looks like fun eh!

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Now for the reel fun (no pun intended)

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That is the view looking north in Port Wells - the mountains were amazingly striking and the seas were super for Oct. boating - about as good as it gets. Photo by Neil Moomey

Photo by Neil Moomey

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Caleb likes to take a nap while underway.

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Went with Neil Moomey on this trip.

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Getting ready to do a little deer hunt.

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Coming back from beach combing, it is a blast to see what old types of floats and stuff that you can find on these beaches.

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What a noisy bedlam, Caleb kept screaming get closer daddy, get closer, I super close and he was about as excited as a 2 year old can get. He cried when we finally motored away - he wanted more.

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Cathy also enjoyed the closeness. She is the chief videographer.

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We had 2 super camp fires, real bone warmers. It is nice this time of year when it actually gets dark.
Photo by Neil Moomey

What was really cool that night was when I was paddling out to the boat, my oars would cause the algae to light up so each paddle stroke looked like I was stirring up fire flies.

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Photo by Neil Moomey

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Fishing as usual

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We had a super moorage here and enjoyed the peacefulness of 2 nights sleeping on anchor.

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Pulling the anchor the hard way, I have a 22lb bruce style anchor with 20ft of 3/8th chain, most people call it overkill, but I sleep really well knowing my boat will not go bump in the night.
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Neil shot this super nice doe on the edge of a beach. If you would like to see some super photos and adventures that Neil has been on, click on the following link:

O.K. we posed with his deer because my 2 deer were more on the carry on size. But overall it was a very successful hunt, 4 deer taken and the weather, company and time were first class.
Photo by Neil Moomey


Until the next adventure.....