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Got to spend some time with Monty Browning Friday evening and for those of you that have never gotten the chance to hear Monty speak about some of his hunting experiences, then you don't know what you are missing! The guy is hilarious! Here is a picture of him:

and here he is with his lovely wife Annie.....

and here are a couple of pictures of the wingbone call that Monty made that I got in a silent auction!


 

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pretty cool what was the occasion? love the wingbone calls nothing works better than those when turkeys have heard everything else...
 

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We have gone to see him speak a couple of times; Very humble, Man of God. a real treat.
 

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it was a great time and anybody who missed it missed an awesome night.. congrats on the wingbone jim. hope to see ya at the nest meeting:):)
 

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BlackCoyote said:
pretty cool what was the occasion? love the wingbone calls nothing works better than those when turkeys have heard everything else...
It was a fund raiser at a church in Grand Rapids. Monty and his wife are good friends with MTB's Vice President Mike Deppe and his wife and councilwoman Mary.
Monty has hunted alone in Alaska for more than 60 days, killed the world record Grizzly with a longbow, hunted Africa, and lots more.........and he is a very humble man.:)
 

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Monty is the real deal, I had the oppurtunity to talk with him in length and he is a very humble man. When he heard of Mike & Marry's misfortune he did not even hesitate one little bit to offering his time and talents to try and help them out.

Yes it truly was a great evening, even more then getting a chance to talk and listen to Monty. We as a traditional bowhunting family got a chance to put back into someones life that not only needed help but we had an oppurtunity to give back to those who have given so much back to the sport and the MTB.
 
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