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My Dream Hunts-Brandon Sulser

Posted in Big Game, Friends and Family, Outdoor Products and Services with tags on November 12, 2009 by thegreatwhitehunter

We need your help.  I am trying to win a hunt for one of my buddies Brandon Sulser.  Brandon is a great guy, who hasn’t been able to hunt for several years due to an accident that put him in a wheel chair.  Due to the injury, he is not able to shoot a gun (his ears are still ringing from the last time he tried.)   So we need a very specific kind of crossbow hunt.  We have been working on this for some time and think we can help Brandon win the hunt.

Brandon with Coyote

HERE IS THE STORY: The hunt is being provided by a small but growing company called My Dream Hunts.  We are hoping to win this week’s contest for the person that provides the most new customer referrals.  The membership is free, they won’t bombard you with emails, or sell your email to third parties.  You might even win one of the daily hunt giveaways from My Dream Hunts.  With only 600 members and a daily drawing, your odds are better than most public land lottery tags. In addition, most of the My Dream Hunt giveaways are guided hunts.  Signing up only takes about 30 seconds and doesn’t require a credit card or social security number.

HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP-FOR HUNTERS and NONHUNTERS: There are three ways you can sign up for which we get referral credit: (1) Go to the Right Side Bar of my blog and click on the My Dream Hunts Image-it will take you to the sign up page; OR (2) Follow this link
; OR (3)  Go to the My Dream Hunts membership page and add the referring email (if for some reason you see a referral box-please add this email.  It means that the referral tracking information is not working and the email must be added for us to get credit).

 To learn more about My Dream Hunts follow this link or click on photo below!MyDreamHunts

Here are a few of the daily hunt My Dream Hunts giveaways from the last couple of weeks: (1) 8 day grizzly bear hunt; (2) 7 day Colorado Archery Elk Hunt-4 hunters; (3) Kansas Turkey Hunt; (4) 5 day Arizona Mule Deer Hunt; and (5) Alaska Black Bear Hunt.  A few have offered to post this on their facebook and email their friends who are hunters-to all of you a HUGE thank you!

Please let me know if any of you win one of these great hunts!

Jen’s first flyfishing catch

Posted in Fish, Freshwater, Friends and Family on November 11, 2009 by thegreatwhitehunter

Jen and I recently made a trip to the beautiful Teton River in Driggs Idaho.  We spent the day at Huntman Springs on the largely undiscovered backside of the Grand Tetons. 

The boat

Click on the links below for more photos of Jen’s first fish on a fly, our day of adventure  and Huntman’s Springs. 


Those of you who follow my blog know that the month of October was a fun one for my family.   Both of my boys harvested their first mule deer.  Zach and Haley caught some monster rainbows.  Seeing Jen get addicted to flyfishing was right up there.  I can hardly wait to hit the river together for many years to come.

Huntsman Springs was simply beautiful.  Combining first class lodges with the outdoors is always a great combo.  Click on the photos below for photos and more info about Huntman Springs.


Thanks to the Huntsman’s for an incredible day of fishing and relaxing in Idaho.  Contact Tiffini Vance at Prudential Realestate 801.913.9930 for more information about the Huntsman’s new development, Huntman Springs.


The GWH-Blesbok #67 SCI

Posted in Africa, Big Game, Friends and Family, Plainsgame on October 6, 2009 by thegreatwhitehunter

Many of you have been asking for my Africa photos…well here is the first one.  Record book wise-none of the animals I harvested in Africa were better than my blesbok.  With over 16 inch horns and massive bases, this dude will go far into the Safari Club International world record book. 

Blesbok-#67 SCI

Click on the photo above for more pics and the story.

Iridescent Color of the mighty Sailfish

Posted in Fish, Friends and Family, Saltwater on September 29, 2009 by thegreatwhitehunter

I have always wondered why sailfish mounts are painted with bright colors when all of the pictures of sailfish are much more drab.  When my brother-in-law caught this beauty, suddenly it made more sense.  Check out the sail on this fish.

Bryan Hale-Amazing Sail

We first saw this sailfish because it’s sail was sticking out of the water like a shark from jaws.  This showoff tail danced all the way into the boat.  Congrats on a beautiful fish Bryan.

Jaws-the sailfishBryan Hale


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