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Gary Jones

Gary Jones is a graduate of Chico State University and has been teaching science at New Plymouth High School since 1981. He also coached football, basketball, and varsity baseball at NPHS before retiring from coaching in 1996. His baseball team won a state championship in 1994. In his spare time, he enjoys being a play by play announcer for and for Treasure Valley Community College. His hobbies include golf, hunting, and backpacking. In 2003 he published a hiking guide entitled "Hiking Idaho's Seven Devils". It is available in many outdoor stores in Idaho including the Benchmark, REI, and many others for around $15. You can also order it from him or send him some comments through his email address: He and his wife, Penny, never had any children, but raise labrador retrievers instead!


Hunting Season 2014
Published: 8/26/2014 9:20:15 AM

Since retirement in 2013, I have not blogged. It's time to get back in the saddle.

I like to blog about many sports, even ones outside of high school. Hunting is one of them.  I drew for a mountain goat tag in 1991 in the Seven Devils Mountains.  He was a nice one but when I thought of Boone and Crockett, I thought it was out of the question

Fast forward to last Christmas.  I got on the B&C web page and scored my goat myself.  Much to my surprise, it said I made it.  So last week I had my goat officially scored by Rick Addington.  The bench mark is 47", and my goat scored 46 6/8", only 2/8" away!  He said that if I had scored it at day 60, which is the time one must wait for the drying period, I probably would have made it. Horns, which are not shed, shrink more than antlers, which are shed

Even though I was disappointed, it was my own fault.  It's still a good goat and his mount looks great in my man cave.  Here's a word to the wise...don't procrastinate like I did.  The scoring process is free and it's worth a shot at the record book.

Bow season starts Aug 30, and more of my hunting stories will follow.  And my brother and I were lucky enough to draw a cow moose tag in Eastern Idaho! 

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