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Tyler Holm

Fav Hunting Pics (Evolution Over the Years)

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Tyler Holm

X Mallards - Way to center it grandpa... - 1993 (12 yrs old)


3 ducks - 1994


4 ducks - 1995


3 mallard limits (1 hen) (3 guys) - Limited -1996


My limit of mallards (1 hen) - 1997


10 ducks - 10 Greenheads (2 guys) - Limited - 1998


My limit of greenheads - 1999


2000 - Lived in San Diego, CA all year

2 Limits of greenheads (2 guys) - 2001


2 Limits of greenheads (2 guys) - 2002


4 limits of roosters - 12 birds - 2003


8 mallards, 5 honkers (2 guys) - 2003


10 snows/blues (2 guys) - 2003


30 doves (2 guys) Limited - 2004


9 honkers (3 guys) Limited - 2004


10 greenheads + (1 hen woodie & 1 wigeon) - Limited - 2004


18 honkers Limited - 8 bonus greenheads (6 guys) - 2004


6 roosters (2 guys) limited. - 2004


9 honkers - 2005


9 roosters Limit - 2005


14 doves (2 guys) 2005


2006 - Got married and lovin it!

Man I use to love hunting and do it often. VERY OFTEN. I still enjoy it, but about 3 years ago the fishing drive surpassed the hunting cravings. I will alway hunt and always love the sport (there's not doubt about that), but now fishing owns most all my free time and its my true passion (besides my wife, of course).

I know, a guy kinda gets spoiled living in the pheasant capitol of the world and dead center in the heart of the Migratory Central Flyway. Aberdeen, SD


Tell about your hunting upbringings and toss a few photos up along the way if you have them. Some of my best childhood memories were spent afield or afloat holding a shotgun.

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What no grouse!

Nice pics, I love pics! The more the merrier!

I got to get some of my old hunting pics scanned and post!

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Tyler Holm


What no grouse!

Just for you Shack. Tiss not a great picture, but the best I have of those un-photo-genic grouse birds.

1997 6 grouse (4 guys)


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Nice! Good score!

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Great Post Tyler! I will have to see if I can find a few oldies..

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Nate McVey

I agree! I have a 20 someodd picture frame with shots from my first deer when I was 10, to my first ducks and so on. My mom made it for me for my birthday one year, I will have to scan them and post them when I get home. Thanks for the great post!

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Keep preaching GREENHEADS only!!!!!! A couple susies in the pics but not many....

Sorry, I get on the soap box whenever I can!

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Impressive....thanks or sharing... grin.gif

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Boy Tyler, you have enough images and info to start your own website wink.gif.

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The progression was outstanding - great pics - the years have been good to you!

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We just watched you grow up over the

Great pics

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