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S: H E R I T A G E - A Look Back

BC: 3Brothers Photography Roseburg, OR 01.01.2011 | ballardbirchfielddishmanhatcherjonessulffridgethomas

FC: A Look Back | H E R I T A G E | unting | ballardbirchfielddishmanhatcherjonessulffridgethomas | 1st Edition | 2011

1: It's what's for dinner | I | I | Honey, Went out for a bite to eat, will be right back!

2: cascademountainimages@yahoo.com | Roseburg, OR

3: C A S C A D E MOUNTAIN IMAGES

4: Natural Wood Carvings

5: Dixonville, OR | created by Dave Hatcher

6: Dave Hatcher loading Kentucky Black Powder rifle he built

7: Dedication This book is dedicated to all who enjoy the outdoors. The times spent with family and friends that will never be forgotten. Roasting marshmallows and telling stories around a campfire, seeing that first elk or bear, or watching your child-children catch their first fish, or harvest their first animal. You hear people say it's not whether you bag an animal or not, but rather the experience of the hunt, and sharing it with friends. To be honest I didn't always feel this way. When I first started hunting, harvesting an animal meant everything. It was all about bragging rights and how I was perceived as a hunter by my friends. Now that I'm a little older and have experienced some success along with many disappointments, I now truly believe without those most important around you to take part in they experience nothing else matters. The taking of a trophy animal is just a bonus. i

8: Table of Contents Acknowledgements..................................................................1 Trophy Room Ballard Leroy..................................................................................... Travis..................................................................................... Birchfield Gary.......................................................................................2~3 Dishman Herstel.................................................................................4~5 Jason.....................................................................................6~9 Josh.......................................................................................10~15 Karrie...................................................................................16~17 Hatcher Shane...................................................................................18~21 Jones Becky..................................................................................22~23 Kayla...................................................................................24~25 Sulffridge Curtis..................................................................................26~27 Jack.....................................................................................28~29 Marvin..............................................................................30~33 Rickard.............................................................................34~39 Vicki...................................................................................40~41 Katlin.................................................................................42~43 Steve...................................................................................44~49 Spencer..............................................................................50~51 Scott...................................................................................52~57 Thomas Bob........................................................................................58~59 Ernest................................................................................ Vic..................................................................................... Twyman Allen............................................................................... Jackie..................................................................................60~61 Shed Antlers.........................................................................62~63 Another Day at the Office.............................................64~73 Tails of the Hunt..................................................................74~76 Tales of the Tape...................................................................77~82 ii

9: Acknowledgements Creator: Scott Sulffridge Editing: Melisa Sulffridge, Steve Sulffridge Wildlife Photography: Josh Dishman Richard Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Spencer Sulffridge Melisa Sulffridge Scott Sulffridg Ernie Thomase Cover Photo: Spencer Sulffridge Special Thanks: Cascade Mountain Images Deer Springs Ranch Hatcher FAmily Rex Printed 2011 All Animals shown were harvested legally with the appropriate license and tag for that game animal. and in coordenance with local and state law. | Find all the hidden pictures | 1 | 33 in all

10: GARY BIRCHFIELD | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 1 | Gary with nice spike Cascade bull

11: Gary's biggest Blacktail buck | 2

12: HERSTEL DISHMAN | Herstel's biggest Blacktail buck | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 3

13: Jason with dad's bear | 4

14: JASON DISHMAN | Background: Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffrdige | Jason with his 1st buck 4x4 | 5

15: Josh, Austin and Brian | 6 | Mule deer burning by Jason

16: India Dishman | Background: Josh, Bryson, and Jason with their biggest bucks taken in the same year | Jason with his biggest buck 4x4 | 7

17: Jason and Jace Dishman | 8

18: JOSH DISHMAN | Background: Photo courtesy of Josh & Karrie | 9 | Travis, Josh, and Jason with Joshs' archery bull

19: Bryson with Joshs buck | Josh with his biggest buck nice 4x4 shot at over 600 yards | 10

20: Background: Josh, Bryson with a Blacktail 4x4 | 11 | Black bear with a brown tint to fur

21: 12 | Josh's 2nd bear of 2010

22: KARRIE DISHMAN | Background: Photo courtesy of Melisa Sulffridge | 15

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24: DAVID HATCHER "Mountain Man" | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | Newspaper articles with some of Dave's carvings | 29

25: My Canoe trip One day I decided to buy me a canoe, but my wife told me to go and try one out before I bought one. I told her no because I know what I wanted. A week later I went down and bought one. I knew I was gong to catch a lot of fish with that canoe. I asked my brother in law would he like to go fishing? He said yes and we were on our way to Soda Springs Reservoir. It was in the spring and it was cold. We paddled all the way to the upper end of the lake. We turned the canoe around and was going to fish all the way back. Faster then you can blind your eye we was underneath the canoe. It sure made a good hat. We managed to get the canoe to shore. We lost all our fishing gear. We almost froze to death. When I got back home I put a ad in the newspaper, saying:"Canoe for sale." I should have listened my wife..NO more canoes for me! | 30

26: SHANE HATCHER | Buck harvested with black powder | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 17

27: 1997 Big Horn Sheep hunt | 1997 Big Horn Sheep hunt on Hart Mountain. 500+ yard shot with the 25-06. Ran out of drinking water the first 1/2 hour of an all day pack out. If I would have been alone I would have died from dehydration. My brother in-law Shawn Jones was with me. We got 1/2 mile from camp and I could not take even a few steps without dry heaving. Shawn made it back to camp and retrieved the water. We had gone up and down rock slides, over boulders, through sage brush in the heat of the day. It was more fun than two guys should be allowed to have. I would do it all over again if I could. | 18

28: Shanes JR High carving of mountain man | Background: Photo Shane with his archery Blacktail 4 x 4 | 19 | Bear carving entitled Don't Get Between Um | JR High... WOW!!

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30: BECKY JONES | Becky's biggest buvck | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 21

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32: KAYLA JONES | Kayla with her 1st buvck | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 23

33: Photo courtesy of Melisa Sulffridge | 24 | Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge

34: CURTIS SULFFRIDGE | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 25 | Curtis with biggest Cascade Bull

35: Curtis with huge Blactail 4x4 | 26 | Judy with Curtis' buck

36: 53 | Background: Another sighting of Bigfoot | Curtis with his 2nd biggest Blacktail

37: 54 | Cuurtis with nice 4 x 4 | 4 x 5 Blacktail | Curtis' biggest 3 x 3 Blacktail

38: JUDY SULFFRIDGE | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 27

39: Judy's trophy antelope | 28

40: JACK SULFFRIDGE | 2006 4x4 Blacktail, 21 1/2"wide, shot at 282 yds | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 27

41: Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffridge | 28

42: MARVIN SULFFRIDGE | Steve and Scott excited to be sitting next to dads bear!!! | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 29

43: From left to right Marvin, Steve, Scott, and Charlie Sulffridge | Dad, Thanks for all the adventures You stood by and watched as I let animal after animal get away.A lot of trophy animals are alive today because you let me try to harvest one instead of shooting it yourself. Thanks for being so patient. | 30

44: Spencer and Marvin with heavy 3x3 | From left to right: Jason, Standley, Scott, Steve, and Marvin with his biggest buck 4x4 | Background: Marvin and Spencer with buck on top of their Subaru station wagon!! | 31

45: Lyndia, Scott, and Steve | 32

46: RICHARD SULFFRIDGE | Background:Photo courtesy of Richard Sulffridge | 2008 5x5 Cascade Elk with Bill Seiwell | 33

47: 7.1 miles from truck 2008 4x4 Montana elk shot at 452 yards 2nd bull in 12 days | 34 | 2006 Wyoming 4x4

48: 2009 4x3 Blacktail with Vic Thomas | 2006 Muzzleloader 4x4 | 35 | Background: Richard and Katlin with his monster Blacktail 5x6

49: 4x4 muzzleloader blacktail 19 1/4" wide, with Vic Thomas | Best day hunting ever!!! Halloween day 2004 almost stayed home. Glad I didn't | 36

50: NIKI SULFFRIDGE | Background: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 39

51: Katlin and Niki with Niki's heavy 3x3 with Richard taking picture | 1st four point on opening day 2008, after buck was shot bobcat jumped on deer so Richard shot the bobcat!! | 40

52: KATLIN SULFFRIDGE | Katlins first buck shot at 148 yards with her 22-250, smiling for days Way to go Katlin! | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 41

53: Photo courtesy of Scott Sulffridge | 42

54: STEVE SULFFRIDGE | Steve with nice 3 x 3 Blacktail | Background: Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffriddge | 43

55: 4 x 2 Blacktail | 6 x 6 Roosevelt Elk | 44

56: Background: Steve's biggest buck nice 4x4 | 47

57: 48 | Steve and Scott's 1st deer

58: SPENCER SULFFRIDGE | From left to right Marvin, Scott, Steve, and Spencer | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 49

59: From left to right: Scott, Spencer, and Steve with Spencer's first deer | 50 | Melisa, Scott, Spencer, and Steve

60: SCOTT SULFFRIDGE | Marvin and Scott 2nd elk with Steve taking picture | Background:Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffridge | 51

61: Ashley and Scott with my 1st Cascade bull 26" spike | 1st Cascade elk! Got sick day before season and went to bed without dinner, and left camp without eating breakfast opening morning. Walked an area at daylight with no results. Was heading back to camp at about mid day when I decided to check out an area my cousin Jason showed me earlier in the year. After still hunting for a couple hours on a nice bench I found, I decided to head back to the truck, didn't get 50 yards, and had this elk walk right to me. Thought I was gonna die before got elk out of wilderness area. Thanks to Jason, Josh, Spencer, Melisa, Brian, and mom . Would still be down there without your help! | 52

62: 53 | Background: Scott's biggest buck 4x4 | 4x3 Blacktail | Melisa with 6 x 6 Cascade bull

63: 54 | Spencer and Scott | Scott with 6 x 6 Cascade bull | biggest fork

64: BOB THOMAS | 2006 4x3 Wyoming buck | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 57

65: Richard with Bob and his mule deer | 58

66: BARB THOMAS | Background: Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffridge | 27 | Barb with her Blacktail

67: 28 | Notice anything missing? Barb shot this buck and when they went to skin it they noticed some parts where missing! | Photo courtesy of Steve Sulffridge

68: ERNIE THOMAS | Background: Photo courtesy of Ernie Thomas | 25 | Ernie with his ram | OREGON'S BIG TEN RECIPIENT

69: 26 | Barb and Judy with Ernie's moose | 6 x 7 Roosevelt elk

70: Ernie and Harvey Hatcher with Ernie's 7 x 7 Roosevelt elk | 35 | Spike elk with 26" antlers | Background: 5 x 5 Muzzle loader Blacktail

71: 36 | Kenny and Ernie with Ernie's buck

72: JACKIE TWYMAN | Jackie with her biggest buvck 4x3 | Background: Photo courtesy of Spencer Sulffridge | 59

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74: SHED ANTLERS | Steve Sulffridge | 61

75: Spencer Sulffridge | Scott Sulffridge | 62

76: To Do List fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing fishing Four Wheeling Shooting Camping | 63

77: Another day at the office | 64

78: Background Shane holding up big Doug fir to get to favorite fishing hole! | Father and daughter fishing Bull Pup Lake. Rachel is always happy when she catchies more fish then dad! | Stringer full of Channel Cats caught on Snake River | 65

79: Dave Hatcher with grandchildren and daughter Becky on Snake River | Shane Hatcher baptizing daughter Rachel 2006 | Shane getting ready to baptize his daughter Rachel after she professed her saving faith in Jesus Christ and His finished work upon the cross. Romans 8:1 "There is Therefore now NO CONDEMNATION to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit." Luke 23:42 "Lord remember me when you come into your kingdom." | 66

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82: Getting Christmas tree up Chilacoot | Learning to shoot a gun for the 1st time | Background: Ashley and Kelsey riding four wheeler up Rock Creek | I can't believe time is going by so fast, I know I'm gonna miss these day's !! | 67

83: A day well spent. SHOOTING TOY ARMY MEN!!! | Target practicing up at the Rock Creek pit | 68

84: 69 | Background: Ashley and Kelsey riding four wheeler up Rock Creek

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86: Background: A day in the snow | 71

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88: TaILs OF ThE HUnT | The stories you are about to read are real. The accounts as described by the hunter's are based on fact, and are not in any way shape or form exaggerated!!!! For the most part | 73 | Background: Photo courtesy of DAve Hatcher

89: canyon. With the fear of spooking them out of the area I hiked back to the road, and drove back to camp. The next morning, same thing, they were browsing for a short time before gong back into the cover of the reprod. I spent most of the morning trying to find a better spot to try and sneak in on the herd from below, but it was just to steep and brushy. That afternoon I met up with dad and we decided our best chance was to go to the back side of the mountain circle around and come down on them. | We hunt the general Cascade Elk season, and whenever possible we take a few days off and go camping, this year was no different. The weather this year was extremely dry, with the typical full moon. Opening weekend came and went without anybody seeing anything. Monday morning however Melisa was watching a unit when she spotted some movement. Some elk were making their way into a small opening in the reprod. There were 23 in all with 3 bulls. I met up with Melisa and she showed me where she had seen the elk. I made my way there by road and then hiked up to where the elk where feeding in the trees. It was about 9:30 by the time I finally got within a hundred yards from them. I had a little shooting lane, I was hoping they would work their way down to me on their way down the hill. Within no time I had elk all around me mewing and breaking branches, but as quick as they appeared they disappeared. With morning quickly turning to afternoon I could start to feel the wind at my back blowing up the | MY 6 x 6 by Scott Sulffridge | 74 | We found an old skid road and followed it through the brush until the skid road quickly transformed into, what's best described as, a RARELY used game trail. After forging uphill through thick brush for most of the afternoon we got close to cresting the top when we ran out of marking tape. We knew we were close to the ridge, so dad went on ahead to try and reach a vantage point. After reaching the top and getting his bearings he realized we had overshot the elk. We were actually working our way into the next drainage. With evening coming on soon and no flashlight we decided to head back before dark set in. We made great time off the hill and got back to the rig with about an hour left of shooting light. Exhausted we got a qiuck drink of water, a snack and started back down the road. We hadn't gone a mile when Melisa tells us they're in an opening at the top of the hilll. @^*

90: Before the bull disappeared into the trees he slowed to a walk, I put my cross hairs on him and pulled the trigger. The woods came to life and elk were scattering everywhere. From Melisa's vantage point she could see them really well, but she didn't know which elk I was shooting at. When I put my binoculars on the fallen elk I could not see antlers.The bull was out in the open, and I could not see antlers! I thought to myself could I have shot a cow? There were a lot of elk in that area, but I knew I had a clear shot on the big bull. | MY 6 x 6 | hill. We were both exhausted, dad had already walked a couple miles before our little adventure, so he wasn't ready for another trip up the mountain. So I grabbed my gun and up I went. Two years prior my brother Steve and I had went after a bull on this side of the mountain and hiked up to a rock bluff where we were high enough to see over the reprod but we reached the top just in time to see him disappear into the brush. This herd was in that same area, so I made a B-line for that bluff. I was down to about 30 minutes left of legal shooting light and running on E. I had to stop 3 or 4 times to catch my breathe. When I reached the underside of the bluff I could start to see elk on the opposite side of the ridge. I threw my scope up on them and I could see a small bull about 350 yards away. I thought about shooting the satellite bull, but I know there was a bigger bull in the herd. If I could make it to the top of the rock without being seen I should be able to see the rest of the herd. As I crested the top of the rock I look over to see the entire herd on the run. I dropped down and got my scope on the elk. | 75 | After reaching him it turns out he had really dark colored antlers that blended in well with the cover. A nice 6 by with they exception of one broken brow tine. Thanks to Melisa, Dad, Scott and Kenny for all their help.

91: ME AND MY WIFE CAMPING TRIP by Dave Hatcher Well it was getting close to elk season. I took my wife camping with me, up Steamboat Creek, where I hunt. So we get our camp set up, it was up in the day to look for elk. So we went on a long walk, it was hot and pretty about a mile up the road. We took our coats off and put them by the road, we would pick them up on the way back. About three miles up over the mountain, I did not pay attention to the sky, there was a big storm coming in and we got caught up on top of the mountain. It started to rain and there was no big tree to get underneath. We found a tree beside the road about ten feet tall. We got underneath that tree, it rained harder then I ever saw. There was water running down the old logging road about two inches. My wife was soaking wet. She looked up at me and you know what she said? You sure know how to give a girl a good time. | BIRD HUNT WITH BIG HARVEY by Dave Hatcher Big Harvey like to bird hunt. Harvey me and one more guy was bird hunting, driving around in the hills looking for new country. I think we got a few birds that day. I never forgot the time we drove up on that landing. Big Harvey was doing the driving that day, and I was sitting in the middle. All three of us got out, and walked around looking the country side over. Looking for bear, deer and just getting ready to leave. I was the first one to get into the pickup, and a friend was sitting on my right side. Well here come Big Harvey, carrying his shotgun. He loved his shotgun this was a old single-shot shotgun. You know the one that has a hammer. Well Big Careless Harvey layed his shotgun in the pickup seat right by my leg. We was waiting for him to get in the pickup. BOOM, that was a shotgun. We are looking around at each other to see who shot. Well we looked down at my foot I could see smoke coming up out of the floor. My eyes got big. Well I saw a three inch hole right by my foot. It blew a hole in the floor. It shot the wire off the starter, and shot a hole in the radiator. Big Harvey must left the hammer back on that old shotgun. I was very lucky that day. Welll we got the pickup fixed up, and we made it home., and I stioll have all my toesl! | 75

92: Well kick back and pull your shoes off and listen. I have this story to tell you. I would not believe it either, but I was there. Years ago when I was running around with Curtis Sulffridge he had this Volkswagen he fixed up for hunting, and it would go about anywhere you wanted to go. We are about twenty five miles up Steamboat Creek, high up on the mountain when we broke down. We were lucky we were gong slow when the tie rod end broke, and the front tire lay over on it's side. Well Curtis was mechanically inclined, if it could be fixed ole Curtis could do it. So he took the front tire off, and put it in the car. Then he tied the tie rod up, but the front end was still on the ground. With a Volkswagen, you can balance it, so it can run on three wheels. So thats what Curtis did. I told him no way that was going to work. Curtis told me to get in the back seat on the passengers side, and down the road we went.He had to drive that Volkswagen sitting in the passengers seat. I would not believe it if I hadn't seen it. | 76 | Well made it down to North Umpqua Highway. We could not go above 35 mph. So you can imagine when cars came up behind us as we was going down the North Umpqua River, no driver and no front tire. One of the cars stopped down the road a ways, and got out and took a picture of us. I didn't think we where ever going to stop laughing. Well here it is we made it to Glide."Oh man" you should have seen the look on that man 's face at the service station. He was checking the oil in someones car. When he pulled that dip stick out and was wiping it off he looked up and saw us. I couldn't imagine what he was thinking when we went by. He was wiping that dip stick until was out of sight. For the first time in my life I laughed so hard my rib cage hurt for three days. Well like I said,"I would not believe it if I hadn't seen it. | Well we got down the mountain onto Steamboat, going about 35 mph. A car came up behind and decided to pass us. I looked over at that car the kid on the passengers side his eyes got so big when he looked down and we did not have a front tire, or a driver. He would look down at the front end, back up at Curtis, back down and back up again. He was still looking back as he was going down the road. Curtis and I laughed so hard at him. Further down on Steamboat, we passed some people riding their bikes. One man almost ran off the road when he saw we did not have a tire on the front end, and no driver. | By Dave Hatcher

93: Well looking back about 35 years ago we did not have bow season here in Douglas County you had to go to Eastern Oregon to bow hunt for elk. I don't think they had compound at that time. I remember buying one about two years later. I decided to go bow hunting so I asked Curtis if he would like to bow hunt with me. He said no, he did not want to hunt with a stick. He liked guns instead of bows. Well that following year I decided to go bow hunting by myself. I know a good place to hunt up by Twin Lakes. I took a week off and headed for Twin Lakes. At that time I did not know much about bow hunting. I spent a week up there learning the country and the elk habits, so I could ambush them. I remember walking up this old steep trail, and over the other side of the hill into this valley where the elk like to come out in the afternoon. I will be there waiting on them. I remember sitting there almost to dark, and I decided to go back to my pickup. I was walking along down that old steep trail and I looked up in front of me. All I could see about 40 yards away was head and horns sticking up over that log. Oh Boy! That was a big bull, what a rack of horns. I told myself I'd like to have a gun right now. It was getting dark but you could still see pretty good. Well I pulled an arrow out of my bow quiver, and all I had to shoot at was it's neck, that sure was a pretty picture to look at. I took aim and let go it was dark enough you couldn't see your arrow going through the air. Well I must have come close when that arrow went by him it must have thought it was another elk. Oh boy! He did whistle back at me, and then he run down the hill about 20 feet and stopped. Now I can see the whole elk now. I put another | 76 | arrow in my bow and let go again, that arrow went by that elk. That elk just kept whistling back at me. I said, "I'll get you this time'" I let go another arrow he jumped and ran down the hill and stop. He turned around and gave me a big whistle. That was the whistling elk I have ever seen. I tip toed down the hill further to get another shot. By that time I was getting pretty excited, he would not quit whistling at me. He still thinks I'm another elk so I shot again and again. He just stood with his nose in the air whistling. Well by now I didn't have any arrows left to shoot at him. I just stood there thinking if that elk had kept his mouth shut and didn't get me excited I might have got him. Well from that day on I was hooked on bow hunting, but I have a lot to learn about elk hunting with a bow. Well when I got back I told Wild Covey about my hunting trip. So thats when Gene Covey became my hunting partner. We've been hunting about 35 years together, and we had lots of good times together hunting and fishing. Well the next year Covey went bow hunting with me. I took him in there where I hunted and showed him around. We went over there where I did all my shooting at that bull elk. We found one of my old arrows I shot the year before. I had arrows all over that hillside. Covey and me looked around for a place to put a tree stand. Over the hill where I shot at the bull elk is a good place to put a tree stand, and this side of the hill we put a tree stand up for Covey. When the elk come up out of the wild country down below we'd be waiting on them in our tree stands. Well we did not get anything | FIRST BOW SEASON by Dave Hatcher

94: that year, but the next year we finally talked Curtis into going bow hunting with us. Well Curtis did pretty good that year, he got a 5 point bull. Well Covey and me couldn't hit a barn door, and Covey was worse then I am. Well that opening morning of elk season, I told Covey to walk out the ridge, and I would go down below, if he jumped anything it would run down the hill to me. So Covey took off and so did I. Covey walked out the ridge about a mile and he walked right up on two big bulls. I think it was a six point, and a five point about twenty five yards from him. Well like I said,"He can't hit a barn door." The elk just walked off after he shot at both of them. Well I better not give Wild Covey to hard of a time. About two days later we got into that same herd of elk. I walked down the hill and jumped them, they took off and ran down the hill the whole herd ran out into the road. Here comes Covey driving his Ford pickup. He slammed on his brakes and skidded sideways. Well the elk ran back up the hill. I had elk on both sides of me trying to get a shot off. I think it was the last one. Oh boy! She was fat, she could barely run she was so fat. She ran by me about five yards away from me. I missed can you believe that? Just five yards away. I should have thrown my bow at it. Well so much for that. Don't look like I could hit a barn door either. Well that wasn't as bad as Covey did shooting at a deer. That deer standing broadside about 30 yards away. When he shot the arrow stuck in a tree about 20 feet over that deer. His arrow stuck in a tree by the deer in top of the tree. Oh boy! We sure did laugh, we tried to tell him there wasn't no deer up there in the | tree. What was your arrow doing up there in the tree. Well we had lots of fun giving each other a bad time. After about five years of bow hunting we became pretty good at bow hunting. I usually get what I am shooting at anymore. I got the old killer instinct. I came a long ways in those five years of bow hunting. | 75 | CLOSE ENCOUNTER by Dave Hatcher Curtis and me was walking through the woods one day when we looked up on the hillside. There was a big cow coming down the trail, the same trail we was on, Curtis said "get down". Well we set there and watched that cow walk right up to us. When it got up to us it started walking around us, her nose was about four feet from my nose. She stopped and looked me right in the eye. After awhile I got tired of looking at her, so I winked at her. Oh boy, She got the h-ll out of there. Boy they can run fast.

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96: Weapon Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Muzzle Loader Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Muzzle Loader Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Muzzle Loader Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle | Hunter Richard Sulffridge Becky Jones Josh Dishman Curtis Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Ernie Thomas Ernie Thomas Curtis Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Jason Dishman Josh Dishman Curtis Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge Jack Sulffridge Richard Sulffridge Marvin Sulffridge Josh Dishman Steve Sulffridge Josh Dishman Hershell Dishman Marvin Sulffridge Marvin Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge Richard Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Josh Dishman Marvin Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge | Blacktail Deer | Gross Score 159 2/8 152 6/8 149 7/8 145 3/8 143 7/8 142 0/8 140 3/8 135 2/8 135 1/8 131 7/8 129 4/8 129 1/8 128 4/8 127 6/8 125 2/8 123 7/8 123 5/8 123 5/8 121 3/8 120 2/8 117 5/8 114 0/8 110 7/8 109 2/8 107 4/8 106 7/8 106 0/8 104 5/8 103 2/8 102 1/8 83 7/8 75 3/8 | Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 | Points 5 x 6 5 x 5 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 5 x 5 4 X 4 4 x 5 3 x 3 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 4 4 x 2 3 x 3 4 x 3 4 x 4 3 x 3 4 x 3 3 x 3 4 x 2 2 x 2 | 79

97: Hunter Scott Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Josh Dishman Steve Sulffridge Jason Dishman Jason Dishman Spencer Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Jason Dishman Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Jason Dishman Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge Spencer Sulffridge Jason Dishman Spencer Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Spencer Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge jason Dishman Jason Dishman Spencer Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge | Blacktail Deer - Shed Antlers | Gross Score 56 6/8 53 0/8 47 5/8 46 5/8 45 0/8 44 5/8 44 1/8 43 3/8 42 3/8 41 3/8 41 2/8 41 2/8 41 0/8 40 6/8 40 4/8 39 5/8 39 4/8 39 0/8 38 1/8 37 4/8 37 2/8 37 0/8 36 1/8 34 5/8 34 3/8 33 1/8 32 5/8 32 4/8 32 4/8 32 0/8 31 1/4 31 5/8 27 0/8 15 3/8 13 2/8 11 7/8 | Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 | Points 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 5 4 4 4 3 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 2 | Side R R L R L L L L L L L L R L L L L L L R L L L R L L L R L R R R R L R | 80

98: Hunter Josh Dishman Josh Dishman Steve Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Steve,Scott, Spencer Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Josh Dishman Josh Dishman Jason Dishman Josh Dishman Scott Sulffridge Jason Dishman Spencer Sulffridge Spencer Sulffridge Spencer Sulffridge Jason Dishman Steve Sulffridge | Elk - Shed Antlers | Gross Score 147 4/8 143 5/8 130 2/8 124 7/8 119 4/8 95 5/8 93 4/8 87 3/8 83 3/8 76 1/8 75 1/4 71 3/8 70 4/8 63 4/8 62 0/8 52 2/8 23 7/8 | Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 | Weapon Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle Rifle | Hunter Ernie Thomas Scott , Melisa, Marvin Sulffridge Steve Sulffridge Curtis Sulffridge Scott Sulffridge | Roosevelt Elk | Gross Score 346 5/8 287 2/8 266 4/8 213 2/8 100 0/8 | Ranking 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 | Points 7 x 7 6 x 6 6 x 6 5 x 5 2 X 2 | Points 6 6 6 6 7 5 5 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 3 4 1 | Hunter Marvin Sulffridge | Mule Deer - Shed Antlers | Gross Score 63 0/8 | Ranking 1 | Side R R L R R R R L L R R L L R L | Points 4 | Side R | 81

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SCOTT SULFFRIDGE
  • By: SCOTT S.
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  • Title: Sulffridge Record Book
  • Whitetail, Blacktail, and Roosevelt Elk
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  • Started: almost 6 years ago
  • Updated: about 5 years ago

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