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Warren Strickland Super Slam
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From: midwest
10-Dec-15

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Just read on FB that Warren Strickland has completed his NA 29 with a Sitka Blacktail.

Congrats to Warren!

From: Nick Muche
10-Dec-15
That's awesome! Congrats Warren!

From: HUNT MAN
10-Dec-15
Way to go Doc!

From: stealthycat
10-Dec-15
I was thinking about him the other day, wondering if he still was a big bowhunting name

From: Clutch
10-Dec-15
Quite a Acomplishment. Congrats

From: Stekewood
10-Dec-15
That's great! Good for him.

From: Lucas
10-Dec-15
Congratulations Dr Strickland!

From: LWood
10-Dec-15
Congratulations, Warren!

From: Hawkeye
10-Dec-15
Congrats!

From: Medicinemann
10-Dec-15
I had the opportunity to bowhunt for Mountain Caribou with Warren Strickland, BigPizzaMan, and Chase Fulcher all in camp at the same time. Needless to say, it was a great camp.

Congrats, Warren!!

From: trkyslr
11-Dec-15
Awesome!!!

From: Chris S
11-Dec-15
Well done Doctor.

From: Julius K
11-Dec-15
That is awesome, congrats to him. I now he has been trying to do it for quite sometime, what an accomplishment.

From: BULELK1
11-Dec-15
He has always been a stand up guy---good for him!

Congrats

Good luck, Robb

From: pav
11-Dec-15
Congrats Doc!

From: Shrewski
11-Dec-15
Always impressed with the Super Slam. Tremendous accomplishment. Congratulations Mr. Strickland.

11-Dec-15
By luck I sat with him at a P&Y Club luncheon a few years ago and was very impressed with his total life accomplishments which go way beyond bow hunting. His medical skills as a heart surgeon and philanthropy and spirit of giving are an example to us all! Congratulations!

From: KJC
11-Dec-15
Great accomplishment! Congrats Warren!

From: GhostBird
11-Dec-15
Great accomplishment by a hometown boy!!!

Warren is not only a great bowhunter, he is a great cardiologist. He saved my mother-in-law's life, literally!

From: Bowboy
11-Dec-15
Congrats Warren!

From: BC
11-Dec-15
Good job. That's a lot of effort.

From: otcWill
11-Dec-15
Very cool! Congrats Warren

From: Buffalo1
11-Dec-15
Congrats on reaching the pinnacle of bowhunting accomplishments. Thanks also for being a good role model for others, especially the younger generations.

From: huntnmuleys
11-Dec-15
awesome, congrats

From: njbuck
11-Dec-15
An amazing accomplishment that most of us can only dream about.

From: Bigpizzaman
11-Dec-15
Congrats Sir!!

Jake that was a great hunt!!! Did Chase also finish his slam? Thought they were finishing together???

From: Trial153
11-Dec-15
Excellent !! Congrats to him!!

From: bhunter
11-Dec-15
Congratulations warren!

From: Drnaln
12-Dec-15
I helped Warren on a Columbian Blacktail hunt a few years back. A really good hunter & a true gentleman. His sense of humor was something that I will never forget!

From: Stalker
12-Dec-15
Wow, what a accomplishment Congrats!!!

From: Stalker
12-Dec-15
Wow, what a accomplishment Congrats!!!

From: JacobNisley
12-Dec-15
I remember reading his Yukon moose story in Bowhunter a year or so ago and thinking that he sounded like the real deal, but I hadn't realized he was so accomplished in the bowhunting world. Congratulations to him!

From: TD
12-Dec-15
A man of drive and conviction for sure. That he is a bowhunter makes me proud to be one.

Congrats on such a great accomplishment. In rare air.

From: flyingbrass
12-Dec-15
congrats

From: kota-man
12-Dec-15
Getting the Slam done with a bow is an amazing accomplishment. Congrats.

From: Mark Watkins
12-Dec-15
A huge congrats!!!

Mark

From: Stan Godfrey
12-Dec-15
Congratulations

Warren

From: Butts
12-Dec-15
Congrats times 10

From: Treeline
13-Dec-15
Congratulations!!!!

13-Dec-15
Congratulations!

From: 6x6 bull
13-Dec-15
Congrats Dr. Strickland. A huge accomplishment.

From: Mad Trapper
14-Dec-15
Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: 6-GOLD
14-Dec-15
I hunted with Warren for Muskox in Cambridge Bat, Nuvant, he is a great guy. Way to go Warren. 6-GOLD

From: Bigdan
14-Dec-15
Good job Warren glad you got it done

From: Full Draw
14-Dec-15
Thanks GUYs for all the kind words! This was a lot of hard work for a Guy who is a average hunter and a below average shot!

From: trkyslr
15-Dec-15
Congrats!! Awesome acheivement!!

From: Mark Watkins
15-Dec-15
Warren, An incredible accomplishment for sure!

What is next on your bucket list of hunts?:)

Mark

From: Full Draw
15-Dec-15
I would like to register them all in Pope and Young.......I have one that falls short. After that....just squirrel and rabbit hunting!!!!!

From: Db1
15-Dec-15
Great accomplishment. Way to go!!

From: Beav
15-Dec-15
Glad to hear it! Congrats to him on a great accomplishment.

From: Bowfreak
15-Dec-15
What and awesome accomplishment. I am so glad that guys like Warren are in our ranks.

From: Dwayne
15-Dec-15
Congratulations, a great accomplishment!

From: Kurt
15-Dec-15
Warren,

Congratulations!

Which species are you planning to upgrade? Amazing that you will have 28 species in P&Y.....29 down the road!

How many repeat hunts to get the sheep and bears?

Thanks!

Kurt

From: Full Draw
15-Dec-15
I haven't scored my Sitka yet.......it will be close but the others qualify. They have all been officially measured but I have been to lazy to submit the paper work.

I have shot 2 grizzly bears both on the first attempt . I shot both my Dall and Desert on the first attempt. The BigHorn was on two attempts in Canmore( by far the toughest hunt in NA). 4 separate attempts for my Stone.

It took109 days in the field for my Brown Bear......it was taken on the peninsula . I was determined to shoot only a 10ft bear......it squared 10ft 7inches Unstretched.......6 hunts.

Warren

From: bigeasygator
15-Dec-15
Tremendous accomplishment and a plethora of kudos to you!! You've been a tremendous role model and ambassador for the sport. You've already established a tremendous legacy and best of luck in whatever comes next!!

From: leo17
15-Dec-15
Great job warren!!!!!

From: midwest
15-Dec-15
thanks for posting, Warren.

From: Mad Trapper
16-Dec-15
Hey Dr. Strickland - An unbelievable feat to say the least. Congrats to both you and Chase. Very well deserved. Who did you hunt BB with on the peninsula?

From: deerhaven
16-Dec-15
Excellent Warren!!! Congratulations!!

Mike

16-Dec-15
Congrats Dr. Strickland!! An amazing accomplishment!!

From: razorhead
16-Dec-15
yeah I always liked that guy, sure would like to meet him sometime, anyway, congrats and God Bless

16-Dec-15
If your Sitka has the matching G3 on the left it will make P&Y! do you have another picture of it?

How about a Picture of each animal in chronological order? Would love to see all your trophies!

From: bowbender77
16-Dec-15
Great job Doc !

From: Full Draw
16-Dec-15
I will have to hustle the pictures up.......I have a few on face book

From: Full Draw
16-Dec-15
My Brown Bear was taken with Henry Tiffany

From: Halibutman
16-Dec-15
Henry has the best area for giant Bears in Alaska. He is also a first class guy all the way. His results there speak for themselves.

Great achievement on completing the quest of a lifetime. When I take number 29, I will probably sob like a baby. It's an absolutely consuming task that takes a person to their limit in time afield and money shoveled into the pockets of outfitters. I love it.

I haven't had the priviliedge of sharing camp with you yet Doc, but I just missed you by a year in Mexico with Noska. I hope we cross paths some day in an incredible place.

Cheers!

From: Bowkid
16-Dec-15
Well done Sir !!

Congratulations on an accomplishment many dream about.

From: Full Draw
16-Dec-15
Henry is the BEST of the BEST!

16-Dec-15
Congratulations to him! Great Accomplishment/accomplishments. According to what I have read here, from a great guy as well. God Bless men.

From: Gene
17-Dec-15
Congrats!!! A feat not easily accomplished. I would love to see(as others have asked) photos of your 29 and maybe some stories as well.

From: Full Draw
17-Dec-15

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From: Full Draw
17-Dec-15
I will try to post one picture daily. This Tule Elk was taken in northern California with Ed Mitchell. The bull gross scored around 317 inches.

From: GhostBird
18-Dec-15
Congratulations again Warren... thanks for sharing!

From: Dennis Razza
18-Dec-15
What an accomplishment. Congrats Warren.

From: Amoebus
18-Dec-15
That is a lot of hunting, I hope the last animal was as enjoyable as the first!

As a cardiologist, do you always aim for the heart or avoid it?

From: cambow
18-Dec-15
Amazing and congrats! Most of us have tracked Warren's adventures over the years...and i must say, and i hope i speak for many, that Warren's greatest accomplishment would be his quiet presence in our bowhunting community, one of the greatest ambassadors that we have, and for that, thank you!

From: Mark Watkins
18-Dec-15
Cambow x 2!!!

Thank you Warren!

This will be like the 29 Days of Christmas...er....bowhunting!

Mark

From: MathewsMan
18-Dec-15
Congratulations! Phenominal achievement.

18-Dec-15
"I will try to post one picture daily."

Good idea

From: Heat
18-Dec-15
Very Cool! Congratulations on your tremendous accomplishment!

18-Dec-15
Looking forward to all the pictures!

From: Ron Niziolek
18-Dec-15
Congrats on a huge accomplishment.

From: Deacon Dave
18-Dec-15
Congratulations! Thanks for sharing. I look forward to seeing all 29 and I know I will enjoy any words that you care to share. I know you will have fun with the bushy tails and cotton tails!!!!!!! Good eating too! My guess is that there are still a lot of big game trails to be followed by Dr. Strickland.

From: Full Draw
18-Dec-15

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From: Full Draw
18-Dec-15
This photo represents one of my best Rocky Mountain bull elks. Without a doubt I would have completed my NA 29 10 years earlier if not for my passion for elk hunting. I have harvested 12 bull elk.......the large percentage of my elk hunts were unguided and with my great friend John May. John and I often had 2 or 3 elk tags in our pocket and traveled from state to state chasing rutting Bulls. This bull was taken in Utah with John looking over my shoulder as I took the shot. He scored in the mid 370s. John shot a great bull on that hunt as well. This hunt was unguided.........packing two Bulls out in frame packs was the most memorial part of this hunt! My back still hurts.

19-Dec-15
Great bull. Love the crowns.

From: trkyslr
19-Dec-15
Awesome!!! Looking forward to seeing all 29 pics! Thanks for doing this.

From: Whip
19-Dec-15
As an elk addict myself I sure understand how consuming those can be. (Not that they have kept me from the NA29 - that isn't going to happen! Lol). DIY elk hunting is as good as it gets!

Congratulations on the completion of a remarkable quest! You've earned it, and given back to the support in the process.

From: mick
19-Dec-15
Outstanding, Truly something to be proud of. Thanks for sharing your pics. and experiences with us. Look forward to seeing the rest.

From: midwest
19-Dec-15
3 down....26 to go! Looking forward to the next installment.

From: Full Draw
19-Dec-15

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From: Full Draw
19-Dec-15
This Elk was taken in BC with Brad Lister on the Sunshine Coast. The area consist of very thick, heavy growth rain forest . This fact in combination that these animals are a lot less vocal than the Rocky can make locating a good bull very difficult. Brad and I covered a lot of ground but our efforts were rewarded with a 340 gross 8X7.

From: Willieboat
19-Dec-15
Sweet roosie !!

19-Dec-15
love the mass on that Roosevelt

From: Bou'bound
19-Dec-15
nice elk

From: Shrewski
20-Dec-15
Looking forward to seeing all of them. Great elk and stories of them so far. Thank you.

From: SDHNTR(home)
20-Dec-15
This is cool! Congratulations to Warren! He is a great spokesman and ambassador to our sport. Wish he was on hunting TV shows representing us more than most of the knuckleheads of today.

From: bigeasygator
20-Dec-15
Keep 'em coming, Warren!!

From: trkyslr
20-Dec-15
This ^^^^

From: Shaft2Long
20-Dec-15
Congrats to him. I bought a video he made years ago, "Bowhunting the Land of the Midnight Sun." One of the best hunting vids I've had. He was writing magazine articles back then as well. seems Mr. Strickland went off the grid so to speak. He and the rest of the PSE guys like John May that he mentioned earlier.

Anyways, glad to hear Mr. Strickland is still at it.

From: Shrewski
20-Dec-15
I have to say, "thread owner tools" are the best invention ever on the Bowsite. What's next Dr. ? Moose or caribou? The Q/L caribe is the one hunt I regret not going on. I know Jack Hume is a great place but that is not in the cards. I know too many guys that lost big money (to me) at other outfits. Always love to hear the good stories though.

From: Full Draw
20-Dec-15

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From: Mark Watkins
20-Dec-15
Great pics, critters and stories Warren!

Keep 'em coming!!!

Mark

From: Full Draw
20-Dec-15
The Agony of the Sheep:

Without a doubt taking the 4 sheep was the most difficulty challenge of my Super Slam Quest. It required 10 hunts to complete this difficult task. Each hunt would require 6-8 months of intense physical preparation.

The Dall was my first sheep and taken after 9 days of back pack hunting in the NorthWest territory. Jim Lancaster was the guide and was outstanding in every since of the word!

From: Full Draw
20-Dec-15
You know guys, I am the second best bowhunter in my house. My daughter Ashley has taken seven Pope and Young bucks with a recurve. She has shot an old 58 Bear Kodiak recurve at 44lbs for many years. Ashley has shot these bucks in 3 different states with one harvested in Alabama. Ashely also won the Arizona indoor and outdoor championship with a recurve. She was also invited to shoot in the last US Olympic trials.

From: Full Draw
20-Dec-15

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From: Drnaln
21-Dec-15
Warren, I also have an Ashley & congratulation to yours! Also I'm happy to see you fulfilled your goal of a N.A. 29...We met at Arrow 5 years ago & I still remember the huge Blacktail buck you were stalking & your shoes coming off with arrow in your teeth. I also remember what you told the new cameraman when HIS shoes didn't come off... Happy to see you on Bowsite...We can learn a lot from you! David

From: Nick Muche
21-Dec-15
Awesome, just awesome.

21-Dec-15
That's pretty incredible. You ought to be proud of her. Seems you're doing something right.

From: midwest
21-Dec-15
Amazing, Ashley....congrats!

From: njbuck
21-Dec-15
Warren,

Congrats again on an amazing accomplishment. What's even better is that you have a daughter who shares the passion with you.

I know that you stated you loved hunting elk, but are there any other animals which you would love to hunt some more? Are there any animals that you would not hunt again?

From: Full Draw
21-Dec-15
Whitetail, like all of us, is one of my favorite! I spend more time in a tree stand than I do anywhere else. There isn't a single animal that I wouldn't hunt again with the exception of a Polar Bear. This ole boy wasn't built for 45 below temperatures.

21-Dec-15
Warren: I remember Jim Lancaster's stride was one step for every two of mine. I wasn't guided by him but that big boy could sure move across the Liard Range!

From: GhostBird
21-Dec-15
Congratulations to Ashley... that is awesome!

From: LWood
21-Dec-15
Thanks for sharing, Warren.

Keep it coming!

From: Full Draw
22-Dec-15
Of the 4 sheep, without a doubt the Stone was my most challenging. It took a total of 4 grueling back pack hunts before claiming this animals. This pain could not be underscored more than on my final hunt for this animal.

My best friend and I, Chase Fulcher, had booked this hunt one year earlier. Three weeks prior to our July departure I had a incomplete rupture of a disc in my lower back. A two week backpack hunt was out of the question at this point. Chase however,would take no for a answer so off i went.

On the 4th day our hunt Chase took a great sheep with his bow. On the 9th day i took a 12 year old 160 inch Ram. This would not have happen without the help and encouragement of my good friend. Thanks Chase! This hunt took place in Northern BC with guide Troy Creke.

From: Full Draw
22-Dec-15

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From: Bou'bound
22-Dec-15
nice dall sheep!

From: Mark Watkins
22-Dec-15
Warren,

Congrats on a great Stone's ram! As Im sure you know, you shot a Top 15 P&Y ram!

Mark

From: jdee
22-Dec-15
Some great hunts for sure. Congrats, I enjoy hearing about them.

From: Full Draw
22-Dec-15
The toughest hunt on earth! Rocky Mountain BigHorn in Canmore in the month of Nov; snow, altitude , wind and bitter cold.

This hunt took two trips; on the first hunt I missed a huge Ram at 45 yards. I was sick for one year after that miss. Return the next year, and shot a 181 gross and net 179 Ram!!!! Both Frank and Flint Simpson were guides......true gentlemen and awesome sheep guides!!!

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22-Dec-15

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From: LWood
22-Dec-15
I never get tired of seeing big rams! Those are great, Warren.

From: midwest
22-Dec-15
huge ram!

From: Bou'bound
22-Dec-15
great looking rocky ram

From: Bou'bound
22-Dec-15
that stones is a brute too

From: Full Draw
23-Dec-15
Took my Desert in Sonora with Martin Leon. Great hunt with lots of sheep. My good friend and professional guide, Brent Sinclair, came all the way down from Pincher Creek, Alberta to help out. What a great hunt! This was a 10 year old, broome d off Ram. He was scored in the mid 150's.

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23-Dec-15

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From: Nick Muche
23-Dec-15
Nice looking Rams! Let's see some Caribou and Bears!

Congrats again!

From: TXCO
23-Dec-15
Congrats on the accomplishment and thanks for sharing all your pictures and stories.

From: CD
23-Dec-15
Wow! Congratulations on everything! Amazing!

From: otcWill
23-Dec-15
Lovin this thread. Thanks for posting

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23-Dec-15

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23-Dec-15
The thermometer never got above a -45 on this 14 day Polar Bear hunt.....other than the cold one of the best experiences I have had in the outdoors. The hunt took place totally on dog sleds . I harvest a 9 1/2 foot bear on the 10th day of the hunt. I was fortunate enough to acquire one of the last few permits to legally bring him home

From: Bou'bound
23-Dec-15
that is the one I was waiting for. unreal!

From: Shiras
23-Dec-15
Maybe your daughter will be the first female NA slammer with a bow??? Congrats to both of you!

From: Bear Track
23-Dec-15
Congratulations Warren. I'm humbled and honored.

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23-Dec-15

From: TD
23-Dec-15
This... is awesome.

But so many animals it's gonna be next year before you're done! =D

Love the little stories behind each one. Following every day of it. Thanks.

From: Deacon Dave
23-Dec-15
Dr Strickland thanks again for sharing! Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas!

From: KJC
23-Dec-15
Fantastic polar bear! That's one of my dream hunts. Looking forward to your other bears now.

From: FLGator
23-Dec-15
Amazing...congratulations. You've made a lifetime of memories and are a role model for the youth of tomorrow. Outstanding accomplishment!!!!

From: Ermine
23-Dec-15
Damn! Super cool! Congrats!

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23-Dec-15

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23-Dec-15
Damn! Super cool! Congrats!

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23-Dec-15

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An over the counter tag, and a good friend resulted in this Arizona Black Bear. This was a unguided spot and stalk hunt in the deserts of Arizona. The Bear measured 20 8/16 PY points and would weigh over 450 lbs.

From: trkyslr
24-Dec-15
Awesome!!! That polar bear is jaw dropping

24-Dec-15
The Polar Bear is awesome, but that black bear OTC AZ DIY Spot and Stalk and 20 8/16!!! is huge! is way more impressive to me.

From: Bou'bound
24-Dec-15
black bear is awesome. did you stalk him in the pears.

From: Full Draw
24-Dec-15
He was eating prickly pears when I shot him. My goal was to shoot all my Bears on the ground.

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24-Dec-15

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From: Db1
24-Dec-15
Awesome bears and sheep warren! Merry Christmas!

From: Full Draw
24-Dec-15
6 hunts, 109 days in the field and one shot arrow resulted in this Alaska Peninsula Brown Bear. This Bear squared 10ft 7in. The Alaska Peninsula with its rain and wind has to be the most uncomfortable environment in North American. 60 of these days I spent with the greatest Brown Bear guide in the world, Henry Tiffany!

From: Full Draw
24-Dec-15
A very Merry Christmas to everyone!!!!!!!

From: Shrewski
24-Dec-15
Those bears are brutes. I have a friend in AZ who loves hunting the beats in the pears. If I ever can retire AZ is where I want to do it.

Merry Christmas and thanks again for sharing.

From: greg simon
24-Dec-15
Congratulations Dr. Strickland! Thanks for posting and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

From: EIStone
24-Dec-15
Aside from the great animals it is interesting watching the bows change through the years, Thanks also Dr. Strickland and Merry Christmas

From: Full Draw
24-Dec-15
The bows have changed for sure......as archery technology advanced over the years so has my accuracy. For many many years i shot a bow with draw weights of 100 lbs or greater. My set up now are usually 80 - 85lbs and have more kinetic energy than the older ones with draw weights in excess of a 100 lbs. All my animals however, have been shot with Rocket expandable broadheads with incredible success!

From: Nick Muche
25-Dec-15
Gotta love Rockets, great heads with great results. That's an awesome brown bear. Spent 9 days on the other side of the mountain from his area this past fall. A very cool place on the peninsula for sure.

Looking forward to the rest, have a Merry Christmas!

From: bigeasygator
25-Dec-15
Merry Christmas to you as well! The pics and brief synopses are like the Christmas gift that keeps giving!! Looking forward to the rest!

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25-Dec-15

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25-Dec-15
This Grizzly was taken in coastal BC and squared 8 1/2 feet. It was an outstanding area with our 10 different bear encounters in a 10 day period. This was mainly the result of an outstanding salmon run that year.

From: jdee
25-Dec-15
If you haven't already you need to write a book about all your hunts....What an adventure !!! Love it !! Merry Christmas.

From: Full Draw
25-Dec-15
Don't think it would be very interesting reading....there are many NA 29 now. It was a great personal achievement for me but certainly nothing worth writing a book about.

From: Full Draw
25-Dec-15
I have taken over 50 bucks that would qualify for Pope and Young with 20 over 150. I have spent many hours in a tree stand over the years. My favorite places to hunt deer is Alabama, Kansas and Illinois. I will include a few here. The first two bucks were taken on my farm in Illinois......they both scored in the mid 170s and were taken out of the same tree stand one year apart on NOV 16th. The third buck was taken in Kansas and is a 170 inch 8point.

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25-Dec-15

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25-Dec-15

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From: Drnaln
25-Dec-15
Wow!

From: Mark Watkins
25-Dec-15
More great pics and stories Warren!

Keep them coming!

Mark

From: midwest
26-Dec-15
I don't think there is anything cooler than a big, clean eight!

From: Bou'bound
26-Dec-15
nice whitetail

From: Hawkeye
26-Dec-15
What an incredible thread. Congrats Warren and thanks for taking the time to share your adventures. Happy Holidays:)

From: Full Draw
26-Dec-15
Without a doubt, bowhunting moose is quite an adventure. I shot my Shiras moose in Utah with a Do-It-Yourself government tag. It was all good until the packing started. The bull was taken in early Sept and was still in full velvet. I was fortunate enough to shoot a 340 Bull elk on that hunt as well.

My Yukon moose was taken in a very remote area of the Yukon. At the time of my hunt this area had not been hunted in several years due to the remoteness and difficulty in getting in. The trip was well worth the effort and result in gross 243 B & C bull that netted 223.

My Canadians moose was taken in the Northern most reaches of BC. This was an awesome hunt as well. My guide was very suspect of the Rocket all steel. The moose was shot at 48 yards with a complete pass through......never found the arrow. Needless to say, he is a die heart Rocket fan now!!!! This moose gross around 200 inches.

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26-Dec-15

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26-Dec-15

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From: Bou'bound
26-Dec-15
Super mooses

From: LC Archer
26-Dec-15
Dr Strickland

Those are incredible animals and amazing stories. I think every bowhunter would be pretty keen to read of all of them.

Congrats. Thank you for sharing

Dave

From: trublucolo
26-Dec-15
Incredible achievements, great pics - thanks for sharing Warren.

Paul

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26-Dec-15

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26-Dec-15

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26-Dec-15
Mountain Goat had been another animal that i had a hard time catching up with. My first two attempts were plague with rain and mostly fog. One night I got a call from Bob Milligan in BC..." Warren, you need a Mountain GoatI hear". "I have just the place but it may take a little work getting there."

Bob had this very remote area in his concession that had not been hunted by residence or outfitters in many year. Bob would freqently fly over the area on the way to his base camp an see a large number of goats. Bob pointed out this hike would be a 8 hour very physical climb to get there with no trail to boot. I accepted the challenge.

What a great hunt.....took a awesome goat on the 3rd day. Packed up, hiked back down to the Alpine Lake. Rested a day and headed back out with Bob on a inland grizzly hunt. Took a great bear on the first day!!!

From: Bou'bound
27-Dec-15
what a classic goat photo, excellent

From: Aubs8
27-Dec-15
Thank you for sharing! I enjoy checking this thread each day. Happy New Year!

Mike

From: Skippy
27-Dec-15
Congrats! Thanks for taking us along with you.

From: TXCO
27-Dec-15
Awesome stuff Warren!!

From: Full Draw
27-Dec-15
There is nothing like a good caribou hunt.....most of my hunts required lots of hiking and long distance shooting. After my first caribou i realized the importance of accurate shooting out to 80 and 90 yards. My first caribou hunt took place in Quebec with Delay River Outfitters. On the 5th day of the hunt I harvested a 360's type Quebec/Labrador......saw lots of animal on that trip.

One of my more enjoyable caribou hunts was for the Woodland in NewFoundLand. This hunt took place with my good friend Todd Brady. We both took good caribou and saw lots of animals. My Woodland gross around 250 P and Y points.

I have taken 3 Central Barren caribou; one in the Northwest Territory and 2 in Northern Manitoba. All three were very nice caribou.

My Mountain Caribou was taken in the NWT as well....another very nice animal.

My last Barren Caribou was taken on the north slope in Alaska. This was a spike camp backpack hunt and by far my best caribou experience. Got a chance to see some real cool country and lots of caribou. This animal was pretty special......it was number 28!

From: Full Draw
27-Dec-15
There is nothing like a good caribou hunt.....most of my hunts required lots of hiking and long distance shooting. After my first caribou i realized the importance of accurate shooting out to 80 and 90 yards. My first caribou hunt took place in Quebec with Delay River Outfitters. On the 5th day of the hunt I harvested a 360's type Quebec/Labrador......saw lots of animal on that trip.

One of my more enjoyable caribou hunts was for the Woodland in NewFoundLand. This hunt took place with my good friend Todd Brady. We both took good caribou and saw lots of animals. My Woodland gross around 250 P and Y points.

I have taken 3 Central Barren caribou; one in the Northwest Territory and 2 in Northern Manitoba. All three were very nice caribou.

My Mountain Caribou was taken in the NWT as well....another very nice animal.

My last Barren Caribou was taken on the north slope in Alaska. This was a spike camp backpack hunt and by far my best caribou experience. Got a chance to see some real cool country and lots of caribou. This animal was pretty special......it was number 28!

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27-Dec-15

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From: trkyslr
27-Dec-15
simply great Warren! Enjoying this a lot.

From: Full Draw
27-Dec-15
Thanks Chris…..this thread has given me the opportunity to revisit some of my travels and well as archives the photo collection of the Slam.

From: SDHNTR(home)
27-Dec-15
One of my favorite threads ever! What impresses me most about your accomplishment Warren is that you also achieved this while holding down a demanding career and raising a family. To me, that's incredible! Bravo.

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
I always kept my God, my family and my career first. The real reason I walked away from Television and my own self promotion was that spending time with my family and daughter meant much more to me. Ashley is my best hunting partner now. That is priceless!!!!!

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28-Dec-15

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From: EJG
28-Dec-15
congrats on the accomplishment of the NA29 and the even better accomplishment of raising your daughter to be your hunting partner.

This has been a very entertaining thread to hear the recaps and see the pics from your hunts and to see how deeply your hunting passion runs.

From: GCWNJ
28-Dec-15
Congratulations Warren on your achievement. Please keep posting pictures and commebnts. Enjoy every minute of precious time in the woods with your daughter.

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
Thanks Greg.........i treasure those moments!

From: SDHNTR(home)
28-Dec-15
God and Family first! Totally understand backing away from TV for bigger and better priorities, but the hunting world needs more personalities like you! We are woefully short on educated, well spoken, respectful and honorable men hunting on TV. Just flip on the TV, most of these guys can't even compose a sentence in English beyond the first grade level. It's sad, and the uninformed think these bozos are our representatives. I'd much rather be represented by the Warren Strictlands of the world!

From: Hoot
28-Dec-15
Such an inspiration. Nice work and thank you for the motivation!

From: TXCO
28-Dec-15
Warren, would you mind posting some trophy room pictures if you have them after your last few photos?

Also, do you have your sights set on anything next? That is besides a bugle and a tree stand next fall....

From: Brotsky
28-Dec-15
Congratulations x29 Warren! Thank you so much for sharing your animals and stories with us. The NA29 is just a dream for many of us and the ability to hear your stories and see your pictures brings us all closer to that dream!

P.S. Congratulations to your daughter Ashley as well and to you on raising a fine daughter and bowhunter! God bless!

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
I will dig up a few trophy room pictures to post! I took an old barn and converted it into my trophy room! Man, did I get a ton of bonus points from my wife for doing that!!!

From: Medicinemann
28-Dec-15
Warren,

What are we going to have to do, to get your "partner in crime" (aka Chase Fulcher), to post the photos of his 29 as well? Considering that the two of you completed your NA29s together, and at the same time, that is pretty special......get that young man to post his photos as well, when you are done with yours!!!!

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
Will do! Chase and I planned for years to complete our slam together ........didn't actually think that could happen.......all the stars would have to line up just right. Well they did, we shot our Sitka about 5 min apart on Thanksgiving Day!

From: bigeasygator
28-Dec-15
Five minutes apart?? That's incredible! I can only imagine the emotional ride that must have been! What a culmination!

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
The fact that two Slams occurred so close together we both will be assigned the same number......25!

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28-Dec-15

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From: Bannock-pt.
28-Dec-15
Congratulations,what an awesome accomplishment. Thank you for taking the time to contribute all the photos and stories to this post. Now, get it all down in a book and a video and tell me how to pre-order! Again, Congrats!

From: Full Draw
28-Dec-15
I have about 15 of the species documented on video! I think we are all burn out on video hunts.

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28-Dec-15

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28-Dec-15
Awesome. Just awesome.

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From: Nick Muche
29-Dec-15
Glorious room!

From: JW
29-Dec-15
Now that's a man cave!!!! Congrats on an awesome accomplishment Mr. Strickland!

From: BC
29-Dec-15
Awesome! This has been a great thread. Thanks for taking the time with it Dr.

From: midwest
29-Dec-15
Amazing...congrats on all your success!

29-Dec-15
Awesome. Thanks for sharing!!

From: Db1
29-Dec-15
That is neat..amazing mounts

From: Franzen
29-Dec-15
Warren, congratulations on your fine accomplishment sir! I am in awe of your trophy room (barn), and much appreciate the effort you went thru to post a short story for each of the photos. What a journey. Hopefully you have enough left in the tank for another hunt or two. ;^)

From: Cheque
29-Dec-15
Thanks so much for taking the time to post all of this. I love pictures and you, sir, are an inspiration.

From: LWood
29-Dec-15
Amazing. Thank you so much for sharing!

From: brettpsu
29-Dec-15
Thank you so much for posting your slam! Unbelievable accomplishment.

Your trophy room is beautiful with all the mounts and all but what caught my eye the most was all the traditional bows and the Fred Bear like wool fedora. Do tell more about the "antique artifacts".

From: SDHNTR(home)
29-Dec-15
Wow! What a trophy room. What are those floors made of? Beautiful!

From: Full Draw
29-Dec-15
The wool fedora is the real deal.

From: GhostBird
29-Dec-15
Thanks for sharing Warren... this is awesome.

I would like to see some of your & Ashley's Alabama P&Y bucks... but maybe that's another thread. ;)

From: bigswivle
29-Dec-15
that's amazing. what a great accomplishment!!!!

From: njbuck
29-Dec-15
Warren,

I cant say congrats enough! The animals that you have taken are simply amazing. To top it off, you also have your daughter to share in your passion, it doesn't get much better than that!

Your trophy room is amazing as well.

This thread is one of my favorite of all time here on bowsite.

It is threads like these that put very expensive ideas in my head!

From: Shiloh
29-Dec-15
Mr. Warren,

How about a little short story on how you got started hunting. I assume, being from the south, it could have been small game or following deer dogs?? What got you started.........Seems like most didn't start out bow hunting.

29-Dec-15
Looking forward to the rest of the animals!

29-Dec-15
Fantastic thread Warren, it will be awesome to hear the stories first hand next season. What a great accomplishment!

From: Full Draw
29-Dec-15
Ready to run a Trapline now!!!!

From: Mark Watkins
29-Dec-15
Nothing short of EPIC!!!

Mark

From: Willieboat
29-Dec-15
Way cool !! Thanks for sharing !!

From: HUNT MAN
29-Dec-15
Thanks for posting . Beautiful trophy room. Hunt

From: huntnmuleys
29-Dec-15
thanks for taking us along, Warren. loved it.

From: Shrewski
29-Dec-15
Holy moly that is a trophy room. Nice collection of old stickbows!

From: Buffalo1
29-Dec-15
Warren,

Thank you for sharing your story of your journey to the Super Slam,your beautiful trophy room(s) and the the successes of an already great bow huntress !!

From: Full Draw
30-Dec-15
I was born and raised in Dermott, Arkansas a small farm community located in the southeast corner of the state. A life changing moment was Christmas morning on my 12th birthday when i opened a gift from my parents that contained a bow with 3 ARROWS. After opening that gift the flames and passion for the sport of archery and bowhunting began to burn hot. I read ever book and watched every movie on bowhunting and archery that i could get my hands on. While most of my friends idols were Sports figures, mine was Fred Bear!. I was determined, at all cost, to walk down similar paths of Papa Bear. My trophy room is a tribute to that man who made it possible for all of us to experience this great sport of archery and bowhunting.

From: Zebrakiller
30-Dec-15
Thank you Warren just fuels the fire!

From: Barty1970
30-Dec-15
Dr Strickland has made his dream, and the dream of a lot of other bowhunters I'm sure, become a reality.

Thanks for sharing this epic achievement

Good luck and good hunting!!

From: Shiloh
30-Dec-15
That's neat stuff. Really enjoyed this thread!

From: Julius K
30-Dec-15
Congrats again Warren. Thanks for sharing the photos and the stories.

From: TXCO
30-Dec-15
Thanks for the trophy room pics and the stories!! Congratulations again!

From: Phil
30-Dec-15
Thank you for this thread, the fact that you are humble enough to post your successes on this website is a true description of your character, thank you.

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
HAPPY HUNTING 2016!!!!

From: Matt
01-Jan-16
Thanks for sharing your adventures with the community.

Your slam has a good "feel" to it - congratulations.

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
Took this American Bison in the Pink Mountains of Northern BC. This hunt was with two great friends; Brent Sinclair and Tom Hoffman. Shot a great bull on the second day of the hunt.

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From: bigeasygator
01-Jan-16
I was wondering where the bison, musk ox, mountain lion, and the rest of the deer were!! I never get tired of Super Slam pics and stories!

From: Huntcell
01-Jan-16
Has Bowsite been honored to be the first public place that your Archery accomplisment has been told in its entirety? Thanks so much! CONGRADULATIONS!!! } >>>>----->

From: bradbear
01-Jan-16
Awesome post. Congrats!

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
BowSite is the first!

From: midwest
01-Jan-16
Thanks again, Warren....lots of fun!

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
I have been a little tardy in the post....visiting Mom and Dad over the Holidays!

From: Rick Fowler
01-Jan-16
Wow, awesome accomplishment and trophy room! Who does your taxidermy?

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
This Coues Deer was taken on a semi guided hunt with Frank Noska. This turned out to be a awesome hunt. Took a desert mulie 3X3 that scored in the mid 170s. Also took 2 Coues deer with this deer grossing a110 P and Y points.

From: Jaquomo
01-Jan-16
This has been a fantastic thread, absolutely at the top of Bowsite's greatest. We're blessed that you took the time to share this incredible accomplishment, too! Wow, wow, wow x 29!

Thanks, also, for your work with P&Y.

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01-Jan-16
Harry Whitehead of Kentucky and Rocky Drake of Huntsville, Alabama have done the great majority of my taxidermy. They both do museum quality work.

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01-Jan-16

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Another Arctic Adventure, however this time not in -45 degree temperature! This hunt took place in September in a much more hospitable environment. The Muskox in this photo was taken in Cambridge Bay........a lone Bull kicked out of the herd.

From: RogBow
01-Jan-16
Incredible accomplishments, thanks for taking the time to share the details.

From: Full Draw
01-Jan-16
The BookCliffs in Colorado has to be some of the most physical and challenging terrain to Cougar hunt. This hunt took place in late January with snow depths of 3 feet deep. The terrain was much to physical for snow mobiles.....on this hunt I had a very close encounter with this cat after it had bayed in a secluded cave.........he actually laid tracks on both myself and the guide before escaping the icy cavern! Several exhausting hours later the big Tom finally treed. One well placed arrow to the chest and the trophy was finally mine.

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From: Halibutman
02-Jan-16
The area Noska hunts is the absolute best in the world for coues deer. I just couldn't believe how many racked bucks we saw there in a week....or how much Tecate we drank.

Loving the photos on this thread.

From: Full Draw
02-Jan-16
The Tecate was better than the deer hunting! Frank is one awesome guy!

From: bigeasygator
02-Jan-16
Haha Tecate is my go to elk hunting beer. Spent a week hunting the Valle Vidal and Tecate was the beer of choice. That was my first time hunting New Mexico and now Tecate comes with me to just about every elk camp...and deer camp, and just about any other camp I'm in!

From: Full Draw
02-Jan-16
The DRINK of CHAMPIONs!

From: Willieboat
02-Jan-16
Sonara and Tecate....Does it get any better ??;)

From: Full Draw
02-Jan-16
Not in Mexico!

From: Shug
03-Jan-16
Congratulations....

04-Jan-16
That coues buck is huge!

From: Gaur
04-Jan-16
Thanks for the pictures and stories. Congrats and thanks for keeping things in the right perspective.

From: OFFHNTN
04-Jan-16
Wow........simply wow. CONGRATULATIONS and THANK YOU for sharing all of this with us Warren!!!

John Lien

From: Arrowflinger
05-Jan-16
Warren, Thanks for the awesome pics and stories of your hunts. Congratulations having your daughter as your favorite hunting partner! You are a very blessed man.

From: Full Draw
06-Jan-16
This antelope was taken in Colorado with my great friend Phil Phillips. Antelopes really can be taken from windmills in the middle of no where! This one scored around, 77 P and Y points!

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From: Scoot
07-Jan-16
Wow- thanks so much for sharing all those pics, Warren. Congrats on a remarkable accomplishment!

07-Jan-16
Yes. Thank you for the pictures and stories Dr. Strickland. Great stuff! Congratulations again.

From: South Farm
08-Jan-16
Your taxidermist must be the second happiest guy on the planet! Congrats, not "just" a slam, but on all fine specimens to boot!

From: Full Draw
08-Jan-16
I get a TURKEY from him every Christmas !

From: Bow_Tech
10-Jan-16
WOW! Impressive.

13-Jan-16
Warren,

At what point did you decide/know that you would accomplish the NA 29?

From: mountainman
13-Jan-16
This is such a great thread! Thanks so much for taking the time to post all of this. And congratulations!

From: Ken Taylor
13-Jan-16
A hearty congratulations to you sir... and thank you immensely for sharing so much with us.

Sincerely appreciated.

From: Full Draw
13-Jan-16
I never started out with the intention of completing a Super Slam…..I just enjoyed the adventure of bowhunting as well as the physical and mental challenges of bowhunting the different species. My most enjoyable hunts were those consisting of back country backpacking much like that required of sheep and goat hunting. These hunts allowed the full experienced because of the months of preparation required prior to the hunt itself. Bowhunting for me was never about the kill, it was an escape from a very demanding career; harvesting a animal was never a priority. Actually, some of my very best hunts i never shot a arrow.

After finishing my Grand Slam of Sheep I had taken 21 species. It was at that point i felt the Super Slam was a real possibility.

From: Pat Lefemine
13-Jan-16
Warren, congratulations on an amazing achievement!

From: Full Draw
13-Jan-16
Thanks Pat!!!!

From: SNYPER31
15-Jan-16
this is a great thread. great stories and pics. its interesting seeing the pre lasik pics vs post lasik pics. i had lasik in 2001 and it has been a blessing

15-Jan-16
Incredible accomplishment!

Thanx for taking the time to post it all up. It's been a great read.

From: Full Draw
15-Jan-16
Love my Lasik!!!!!

From: Full Draw
15-Jan-16

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15-Jan-16

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From: Full Draw
16-Jan-16
This Desert muley was taken in Mexico and measured around 196 inches. The Western Muley was taken in Eastern Colorado and scored 182 P and Y point. Both were outstanding hunts!

16-Jan-16
Great job Warren. Congrats. What an amazing achievement.

From: Mark Watkins
16-Jan-16
Warren,

If you could...

What do you see as the pros and cons of having LASIK and being a bowhunter?

Thanks, Mark

From: Full Draw
17-Jan-16
I actually have not had the Lasix procedure performed. I started using contacts with great success 15 years ago! I do use the diuretic LASIX in managing my patients with Heart Failure with great success however.

From: huntmaster
18-Jan-16
Congrats on a great accomplishment and wonderful journey DR.! Thanks for sharing!

Any non-North American animals in your journeys? I didn't notice any in your trophy room pics and was some what surprised.

From: midwest
18-Jan-16
I believe a Bowsite interview may be in order.

Pat?

From: Bear Track
18-Jan-16
What a great life time achievement you accomplished right there. Good for you and your determination. Thumbs up!

18-Jan-16
Congratulations! Tough to manage such a feat while still practicing medicine.

From: Full Draw
18-Jan-16
I have actually hunted Africa twice; Zimbabwe and South Africa. Both were great trips but lets face it, the ultimate challenge in hunting..... particular in bowhunting is right here in North America. Of course, a trip to Africa usually results in the taking of a large number of animals; But for me, it has never been about the kill.....It was about the hunt. I have been driven mostly by the mental and physical challenges of a hunt......such as a BackPack sheep hunt in British Columbia or the challenge of a Brown Bear on the Peninsula. I always felt a great sense of accomplishment even when coming home empty handed on one these back country experiences. Just don't get that same feel on foreign ground.

From: Full Draw
18-Jan-16

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From: Paul@thefort
19-Jan-16
Yes sir, quite a story of achievement. Very nice.

my best, Paul

From: huntmaster
19-Jan-16
I echo some of the same sentiments on SA, went over once and don't have any real desire to go back for some time. Way to many critters and challenges on this side of the pond to chase.

Thanks again for posting!

From: GhostBird
19-Jan-16
Thanks Warren for sharing your adventures.

It is also interesting to see the evolution of the bows that you used.

From: Medicinemann
19-Jan-16
Great photo of you and Chase....tell that young man that I said "Hello"!!.....and get him to start a thread of HIS NA29!!

From: bigswivle
19-Jan-16
This has been a great thread. Thanks for sharing

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