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HUNTING STORIES WANTED

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Fellow Hunters – I’m currently editing a collection of hunting stories for hardback publication early next summer. I’m looking for true hunting stories of adventure, humor, the unusual, or just about anything that will keep an outdoor reader entertained. I envision followup volumes every two to three years. If you have a story to contribute and it is included for publication, you’ll receive story credit, and a signed book copy. Obviously, if the story is about you, you’ll receive additional mention as well. Stories of hearsay, "urban legend," or "I once heard" can not be accepted. Only factual first or close hand tales can be used. Stories from the internet and newspapers also accepted provided accurate and verifiable source information is included. If you have a story you’d like to contribute, I’d be grateful, AND you’ll get your story told! Shoot straight – and often! Tripp Holmgrain Committee Chairman Texas Outdoor Writers Association

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Ouch?!?! http://espn.go.com/outdoors/hunting/news/2001/1015/1264454.html

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And the Piccies too. Only for those with a cast-iron stomach. Or head, in this case. http://www.compoundbow.de/jagdunfall.htm

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these made the rounds up here a month or three  back, I think… pretty lucky guy! > Ouch?!?! > http://espn.go.com/outdoors/hunting/news/2001/1015/1264454.html

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Look good in his book though How about a title? (Deliberately in uppercase "ARE WE LEARNING YET?"

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> Look good in his book though > How about a title? > (Deliberately in uppercase > "ARE WE LEARNING YET?"

Or: Fixed blade vs. Mechanicals? Neurosurgery for beginners? Loopholes in insurance documents that can be used against bowhunters? (Sorry if they aren’t all that good, but I’m busy trying to avoid doing any work.) Tom — Poor Men Wanna Be Rich, Rich Men Wanna Be King….

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Fellow Outdoorsmen – I’m currently editing a collection of hunting stories for hardback publication early next summer. I’m looking for true hunting stories of adventure, humor, the unusual, or just about anything that will keep an outdoor reader entertained. I envision followup volumes every two to three years. If you have a story to contribute and it is included for publication, you’ll receive story credit, and a signed book copy. Obviously, if the story is about you, you’ll receive additional mention as well. Stories of hearsay, "urban legend," or "I once heard" can not be accepted. Only factual first or close hand tales can be used. Stories from the internet and newspapers also accepted provided accurate and verifiable source information is included. If you have a story you’d like to contribute, I’d be grateful, AND you’ll get your story told! Shoot straight – and often! Tripp Holmgrain Committee Chairman Texas Outdoor Writers Association

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- Hide quoted text — Show quoted text ->Fellow Outdoorsmen – >I’m currently editing a collection of hunting stories for hardback publication >early next summer. >I’m looking for true hunting stories of adventure, humor, the unusual, or just >about anything that will keep an outdoor reader entertained. I envision >followup volumes every two to three years. >If you have a story to contribute and it is included for publication, you’ll >receive story credit, and a signed book copy. Obviously, if the story is about >you, you’ll receive additional mention as well. >Stories of hearsay, "urban legend," or "I once heard" can not be accepted. Only >factual first or close hand tales can be used. Stories from the internet and >newspapers also accepted provided accurate and verifiable source information is >included. >If you have a story you’d like to contribute, I’d be grateful, AND you’ll get >your story told! >Shoot straight – and often! >Tripp Holmgrain >Committee Chairman >Texas Outdoor Writers Association

Went hunting once, got the perfect shot on a beautiful buck.  Got home and realized I didn’t have any film in the camera.  (c’mon, you didn’t actually think anybody would let me have a gun didja? <grin>). Dutch "I think therefore I am…usually in a lot of trouble."

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I have several stories to tell. How much do you pay for these stories? Thx. Raider Fan

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Fellow Outdoorsmen – > I’m currently editing a collection of hunting stories for hardback publication > early next summer. > I’m looking for true hunting stories of adventure, humor, the unusual, or just > about anything that will keep an outdoor reader entertained. I envision > followup volumes every two to three years. > If you have a story to contribute and it is included for publication, you’ll > receive story credit, and a signed book copy. Obviously, if the story is about > you, you’ll receive additional mention as well. > Stories of hearsay, "urban legend," or "I once heard" can not be accepted. Only > factual first or close hand tales can be used. Stories from the internet and > newspapers also accepted provided accurate and verifiable source information is > included. > If you have a story you’d like to contribute, I’d be grateful, AND you’ll get > your story told! > Shoot straight – and often! > Tripp Holmgrain > Committee Chairman > Texas Outdoor Writers Association

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