Photo Box

Kids in Camo
The Nelson family with their moose in Northern British Columbia.
The rest of the Nelson clan.
Moose in Northern British Columbia.
Hunting in Northern British Columbia yields some beautiful scenes. Photo by DR.
Turkey from 2009 Hunt.
Bobcat 2007.
They enjoy fishing ... when they are not hunting.
Enjoying older company.
Bear 2008.
17 month-old out hunting and getting firewood.
One of the activities while out hunting. What he's really thinking: "Don't mess with me. I'll tear you apart!"
First moose.
Kids and moose.
2007 buck.
2007 buck.
2007 buck.
Moose from fly-in trip in B.C.'s remote North.
Moose from fly-in trip in B.C.'s remote North.
Wolf from Northern British Columbia.
Another British Columbia Mule Deer for the trophy room.
Catching dinner for after the evening hunt.
The Nelson's on top of the world.
The Nelson's enjoying a night around the fire in hunting camp.
Hunting Ptarmigan can prove rewarding.
Posing for the camera.
Sibling togetherness.
Down time for the Nelson's yield some very LARGE rewards.
First mule deer buck.
East Kooteney, British Columbia elk. This was a family hunt published in Big Game Adventures magazine.
First family hunting trip with Montana (4.5 months) and parents, Chad and Erika. They shot a moose around 100 Mile House, B.C. with Montana's cousin, Andrew (3 months), and his parents.
Corey, Crys and Andrew (3 months) on first family hunt around 100 Mile House, B.C. Shot a moose with cousin, Montana (4.5 months).
Three-month old Kylie and her favorite lab, Trigger, hanging out.
8-year-old Briar Webb from Kentucky with his early season spike he brought down with a Thompson Center Encore 7mm-08. Later in the season, he harvested two does to add to his list, and has also killed two turkeys!!! Good Job Briar!!!
Daddy's pride and joy, 12-year-old Denika Hoegler from Lillooet, British Columbia, with her first mule deer. A successful 2009 season! Denika has also already bagged a bear to add to her record so far. Keep up the good work Denika!
First cougar.
First cougar.
Cat in the Tree.
Cat NOT happy!
Dogs working the tree.
Getting ready to take aim on his first cat!
First cat.
Posing with his cat.
Measuring up cat....
"Boy is this cat HEAVY!!!"
Whitetail buck.
Kids with Mom's deer. Should have heard the cheer when it went down:-)) They were pretty proud kids!
The kids enjoying some afternoon downtime.
Sockeye Salmon.
Salmon fishing on the Fraser River.
Sockeye salmon.
Kids enjoying some time away from the water.
She caught a Sockeye!
Proud of her catch.
Catching Sockeye limits on the Fraser River.
Limit of sockeye!
Salmon Fishing on the Fraser River.
His first Fraser River Sturgeon.
His first Fraser River Sturgeon.
Clayton Dame with a moose calf Conservation located as its mom was killed. They asked the Dame family to look after it at the farm for a few days while they made arrangements to get it to a rehab center.
Levi and Tom Dame comforting the orphan baby moose.
Clayton and Levi Dame befriending their temporary resident.
Tom Dame playing mommy to their temporary orphan moose baby.
Tom and little brother, Clayton, feeding baby moose before it goes off to it's new home.
Heading up the Khutzeymateen Inlet in 2009 to look for Grizzy Bears.
Mike Dame and son, Tom, looking for Grizzlies on the  Khutzeymateen Inlet in 2009.
A big bull Killer Whale breaching just off from their boat.
Daddy, teaching son, Levi, how to drive the boat while little brother, Clayton, supervises.
Tom, Levi and Clayton Dame with Uncle on a dock just outside of Prince Rupert, B.C. with 50 lb. Ling cod.
Tom and Clayton Dame with Uncle and his 50 lb. Ling cod on a dock just outside of Prince Rupert, B.C.
Tom Dame standing with their morning catch of Cod and Halibut.
Daddy with his three sons, Tom, Clayton, and Levi with their moose from their 2010 hunt in Northern, B.C.
Enjoying the realm of camplife while hunting.
Sturgeon fishing 2011 on Fraser River, B.C. Always catch and release for these big animals.
Sharing a moment with our friend.
One last touch before saying good-bye to an ancient fish.
Building road while waiting for the next big one to get on the line 2011.
An 8-ft Sturgeon caught on the Fraser River, B.C. Was released soon after as it is catch and release only in this river for sturgeon.
Sockeye Salmon season on Fraser River 2011.
Colton proudly holding up his catch of the day 2011. ... And yes, his glasses are on upside down:-)
Sockeye Season on the Fraser River 2011.
Friends forever sharing the load of fish for the day ... everybody partakes:-))
Practicing becoming a professional fisherman!
Enjoying a family moment on the Fraser River 2011.
Showing off another fish ... proud catch 2011.
Sharing the catch.
Salmon fishing on the Fraser River 2011.
A beautiful Fraser River Sockeye 2011.
Fraser River Sockeye 2011.
There's more to fishing than just waiting for the fish to bite:-))
Teaching the hunting dog to look for Salmon ... and no, he didn't find one.
Elk Hunting Camp 101...Rule 1: Have a beautiful firepit!
Enjoying life in Elk Camp 2011.
Elk Camp 2011.
Elk Camp art work 2011. Taking time with children to enjoy extra activities while in camp embeds a love of the experience into their hearts and memories.
Entry to the creek trail ... enjoying down time in hunting camp.
Family in camp.
Early morning elk hunting break with the kids ... still in their pj's!
Grouse hunting with the kids on the way back to camp 2011.
Trying to imitate his big sister cleaning grouse ... Note: he was not quite strong enough ... yet.
Lining up to practice bow hunting ... the old way.
Taking shots on target.
LOVES Bow hunting!!!
A curious Whitetail Doe and her Fawn 2011.
One way to get around.
His Whitetail Buck last day in Elk Camp 2011.
Whitetail Buck last day in elk Camp 2011.
Treated to a TH coffee in Elk Camp 2011 ... Do you see the buck??? Timmies inspires:-))
Two-point Mule deer from the B.C. Interior 2011.
Taking time in between hunts to look for gold.
A beautiful brown bear.
Proudly holding his grouse.
Getting in some practise, impatiently waiting for future hunts.
Proudly holding up his prize trout catch.
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