They said they were varmint hunters?

Started by onecoyote, July 21, 2009, 11:04:18 PM

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onecoyote

Do you know who they are? I met them in Silver City, New Mexico back in 2004. They don't look like varmint hunters to me, they're too old.
The other two pictures are of my predator museum in New Mexico before it got sent to Fox Pro in Pennsylvania.
The last picture of the three guys standing together, Gerald, Gerry and Murry were the first recipients of the Predator Callers Hall Of Fame award. This picture may become very rare because it shows Gerry Blair, Gerald Stewart and Murry Burnham standing together. It probably won't ever happen again.


The next pictures are of me and Murry Burnham, me and Gerry Blair and me and Major Boddicker at the Predator Callers Hall of Fame in Silver City, New Mexico, 2004.


The last four pictures are of a few trophies that I have won, shot gunned coyotes and 2 bobcats and 3 coyotes got on one stand.

FinsnFur

Danny, seems like you just created that museum a few years ago. Or has it been longer?

I feel like I can recall you relocating to NM, and starting the museum in.......2003?
Either way, I wish I would had the chance to go through it.
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alscalls

MAN........I would like to have one of those record players...... :eyebrownod:
Cool pics! I really enjoyed them Thanks a bunch for sharing them!  :highclap: :highclap: :highclap: :highclap: :highclap:
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possumal

Onecoyote:  Seeing the company you were keeping speaks volumes about you.  You can't be pictured with better people.  Thanks again for sharing with us. :congrats: :congrats:
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onecoyote

Possumal, FoxPro has a picture of me with Bowen Weems, first time I ever meet Bowen, what a guy. I should have kept that picture lol.

Alscalls, The 45s were cool but I liked the Burnham Brothers 8 track and the real to real Stewart tape.

Fishnfur, I started the museum in 04, I already had some of the things but alot of it was donated. FoxPro has had even more donated to them. It's free to see at the FoxPro company in Pa.

I'm really happy you guys enjoy the pictures, thanks.

slagmaker

Great pics and cool info.

Would love to walk through that museum and check things out
Don't bring shame to our sport.

He died for dipshits too.

HaMeR

 :doh2:  I knew I knew who you are but couldn't grab your name. I remember you from varminter.com I believe.

Didn't Jay Nistetter have something to do with your museum at one time or am I mistaken??  :confused:  Maybe he just donated.
Glen

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Bopeye

Mr. Danny, those pictures are awesome. What a life you've lived.  :yoyo:
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Frogman

Wow!!

You have rubbed shoulders with some legends.   Awesome!!  Thanks for the post.

Jim
You can't kill 'em from the recliner!!

onecoyote

Hamer,
Jay donated to the original  museum in Carrizozo, NM as well as donating to the one Fox Pro has now. Many other people donated items too. I consider Jay a friend of mine and he has shown his friendship by his interest in the museum.
Thanks for all the compliments guys but I just wanted to share the pictures with you all, not bask in the limelight. I was so afraid that people would take it wrong by my posting pictures, thinking I wanted admiration. However I am on my last legs here and didn't want these experiences to just sit in a box forever. I do have few other pictures if you all are interested.
Thanks again
Danny

Bopeye

What's the use of experiences if you can't share them. Absolutely I want to see all your pics.  :yoyo:
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weedwalker

Keep the pics coming. We love to look at them and see the success that you've had. :yoyo:

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FinsnFur

Quote from: onecoyote on July 22, 2009, 10:28:20 PM
Thanks for all the compliments guys but I just wanted to share the pictures with you all, not bask in the limelight. I was so afraid that people would take it wrong by my posting pictures, thinking I wanted admiration. However I am on my last legs here and didn't want these experiences to just sit in a box forever. I do have few other pictures if you all are interested.
Thanks again
Danny


Your going to have to bask in the lime light Danny, there's too many folks here that havent brushed with your doings.
I'm enjoying watching it all unfold. Keep em coming.

To be honest with ya, I always felt the Museum wasn't getting publicized enough. To me anyway it always seemed like one of those things only certain people talked about. I never knew why, but was too busy to dig for an answer.

I think it's awesome to see it being exploited, and I'm glad your the one doing it. :wink:
Not to change the subject, but what have you been doing with yourself? How have ya been? Still got the motel?
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Hawks Feather

I too have enjoyed going back memory lane with you and will look forward to more trips.

Jerry

HaMeR

Thanks Danny. I thought you & Jay were purdy close. And you don't need to feel like you're bragging or anything because the folks here appreciate things a lot more than most people do. I doubt you'll find another hunting board that is this interested in the history of our sport. You're posts aren't construed as anything other than sharing your personal experiences from days gone by. By all means Please keep posting.  :yoyo:
Glen

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Randy Roede

Danny it's braggin with the right to do so, your the real deal man. One day at a time Amigo!!!

coyotehunter_1

Quote from: HaMeR on July 23, 2009, 04:10:19 PM
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And you don't need to feel like you're bragging or anything because the folks here appreciate things a lot more than most people do. I doubt you'll find another hunting board that is this interested in the history of our sport. You're posts aren't construed as anything other than sharing your personal experiences from days gone by. By all means Please keep posting.  :yoyo:


I started to add my reply but after seeing HaMer's post. I realized what I had written was almost identical.

With that I will say:  Danny,  thank you very much for sharing your experiences with us.   :highclap:   
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Jimmie in Ky

Danny , there isn't a man here that would hesitate if he had the chance to sit with you and swap lies over a cup of coffee. I remember you from several boards and always apreciated your advice and ideas. And thanks for sharing the museum with Foxpro. It gives future hunters something to dream about. Jimmie

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Yeh what they said
Interesting pics I enjoyed them

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