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Looks like an extra great time!
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It would be nice to have names go with that last group picture? I do know who Darren and Chuck(I think) are in that group picture but not the rest. Thanks and looks like a good time.
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Can Chuck kill a Corsican Ram?  Corse-He-Can!
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Chuck is the life of the party.

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Kelly,
Top row, L to R...

Bob Hahn(Clovis)
Vic McKeegan (Archervic)
Dave Weidenfeld (Silverarrow)
Bisch(Bisch)
Mike Richard (Wdxpower47)
Darren Nunez (tradlongbow)

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Chuck Cote( Chuck C)
Tim King (timking)



Vic, I saw what you did there!
Very clever....

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Thanks!
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I may not have killed anything, but the memories will last a lifetime.  Observing the wildlife, the new and old friendships, along with the story telling is mostly what it's about for me.  All that plus the hospitality of Tim King can't be beat.  
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Had a great time with Tim and all, thanks again Tim for letter me come enjoy your great facility!
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Awesome pictures Mike!
You’re hired, you can be the official London Oaks photographer!

I just wish you could’ve edited the gut out on that guy that’s driving the ATV

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Wow Tim, you have an absolutely amazing variety of animals at London Oaks.  I would have thought I was looking at animals on a African safari.  What a hunters dream!!
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Tim it looks like London Oaks once again screams quality, not only the animals but the people also. good job.

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How do you have room for whitetails🤔
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How do you have room for whitetails🤔


Apparently they squat.

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Guys, you all know Tim on this site. If you haven't met him you don't know how passionate he is about this endeavor. His dream. He has worked his butt off and got it going, but, like a tree farm, raising critters takes time and lots of effort.

I do know one thing....if you were to make his ranch a destination for a future hunt he would work his butt off to ensure you the best treatment available. A first class facility that will only get better.

I am guessing Mike is only getting started on the photos....stay tuned.

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Great pictures Mike.  Tim, your ranch looks amazing.   [thumb]  Good luck for 2019.   Wish I had alot more free time.

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Jack, that is actually a very good question... the ranch is divided up into several pastures, each compatible species with emphasis on their style of grazing.
Our area is historically way over populated with Whitetail, and we’re working at getting the numbers down to a level where their quality can be greatly improved.
Chuck, thanks for the kind words. We are very committed to having the ultimate bowhunting ranch , and this year has been a real learning experience. As I discussed ( to the point of nausea I’m sure), we have sure learned a LOT in the past hunting season.
Bisch and I have guided a lot of great folks, from the very experienced to the novice, learning something from all of them.

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Well now Tim that makes sense never thought about cross fencing. The ranch does look very inviting.

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I know there are several different critters I was not able to get any pics of on the ranch - guess I need to go back!  The tan Ram is the one Chuck took home with him.  I have a couple videos, but, they are too large of a file to post on here.  If you ever get the time, you need to make the trip - great facility with a ton of opportunities!
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Mike, You did a really nice job taking those pictures. Looking at these pictures makes me want to go back tomorrow. LOL
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Great job Mike!
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