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  1. ^^^Ha! I heard that! One of the only things I...

    ^^^Ha! I heard that! One of the only things I miss about being a graduate student is having access to fully licensed versions of ARC/GIS software. I am hoping to land a faculty job in Denver that...
  2. ^^^I think the grid pattern is the best you can...

    ^^^I think the grid pattern is the best you can do; try to pick reference points (rocks, trees, etc...) to systematically go over an area. Also, Against brings up a good point that I personally...
  3. So do you think the chips are wrong/inaccurate...

    So do you think the chips are wrong/inaccurate compared to GE pro? Those chips aren't cheap and I would expect them to be even better (at least updated more often).
  4. I have not noticed this but that is why I use the...

    I have not noticed this but that is why I use the .kmz files the forest service uses; I feel they are going to be the most accurate. Check out the geospatial data your state offers too. For...
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    Palo Verde Death (Almost)

    Last week my wife and I were on a little walk with the dogs out to the desert behind our house. On the way there, my wife noticed a dove struggling in a palo verde tree. Upon closer inspection, we...
  6. Also, you can get what are called .kmz files for...

    Also, you can get what are called .kmz files for almost all forests in the U.S. This includes administrative boundaries as well as surface ownership and several other layers. Go to the forest...
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    We'll see this year; my wife's due date is April...

    We'll see this year; my wife's due date is April 21st and the OTC archery only season out here starts May 8th and runs through May 21st. I really want to whack one with my bow but it might be really...
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    Interesting point; that energy is still stored...

    Interesting point; that energy is still stored somewhere and letting it down from full draw might be real exciting!
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    Antlers = bone, horns = hair. Pronghorn antelope...

    Antlers = bone, horns = hair. Pronghorn antelope are indeed unique because they have true horns (hair) but as mentioned above, that sheath sheds, but it is just the karatin sheath, not the bony...
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    ++ for Rinehart 18-1. Build a backstop as...

    ++ for Rinehart 18-1. Build a backstop as mentioned if too small. The Rinehart 18-1 is also real handy to take into the field.
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    Yep. 10-4 on that. Great job. Didn't even see...

    Yep. 10-4 on that. Great job. Didn't even see a buck for my Jan archery hunt out here.
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    Very poor eyesight but watch the wind. They can...

    Very poor eyesight but watch the wind. They can scent you in a stiff breeze from quite far off.

    Think of it this way, they are short critters that evolved in south american woodlands and thick...
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    I agree with the spirit of what CC said, but elk...

    I agree with the spirit of what CC said, but elk brings up a good point on the original questions. The more I think about it the more I believe this is really an interesting philisophical question....
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    Interesting question. To me an accomplished...

    Interesting question. To me an accomplished hunter is one that can more often than not succeed in their hunts even in new areas. They can set out and piece together what they need to do on the fly...
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    This might be the wrong thread but can I get GPS...

    This might be the wrong thread but can I get GPS coordinates for y'alls favorite hunting areas in AZ?? :p

    I will also need to borrow pants (sitka only please) and a knife...thanks in advance!
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    Ruger 1911

    I didn't see any reviews on the Ruger 1911 here and, even though they are not new on the market, I wanted to put my experience with the commander sized SR 1911 to virtual paper.

    Last October,...
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    ColoradoV: is that Taylor lake?? This icefishing...

    ColoradoV: is that Taylor lake?? This icefishing thread is making me homesick! Great catches BTW!
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    That is a hell of an archery shot! Earning the...

    That is a hell of an archery shot! Earning the ability to that could come in really handy on these skittish whitetails here in AZ. I am inspired!
  19. Have not done that particular trip, no help there...

    Have not done that particular trip, no help there but have spent a good amount of time in the region. What a great opportunity. Good luck and be safe...will be looking forward to the pics!

    I...
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    This is a very important topic. Want to jump on...

    This is a very important topic. Want to jump on this one. I agree that way too much federal land isn't managed properly. In fact, in many cases it isn't managed at all and is instead "preserved." ...
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    NV that is cool. Nothing beats a shotgun for...

    NV that is cool. Nothing beats a shotgun for home defense and now in a handy little package...if that sucker is truly reliable I predict it will be a top seller.
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    Don't know the GMU #'s anymore or the draw status...

    Don't know the GMU #'s anymore or the draw status off hand but what if you tried a little west-southwest; more toward Rangely and hunt that side of Douglas Pass? In my recollection, it used to be a...
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    Agreed! That $250 to 300 is ON TOP of a bike...

    Agreed! That $250 to 300 is ON TOP of a bike that would already cost 600-700. Totally agree. If I ever buy another bike, It won't be until I can comfortably drop at least a grand on it.

    I...
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    I've never hunted on a bike but have ridden a lot...

    I've never hunted on a bike but have ridden a lot of trails but this idea is really interesting. Mountain bikes are expensive; I have never owned one that I was really happy with (have had two) and...
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    Havent had a chance to ice fish wyo much; did one...

    Havent had a chance to ice fish wyo much; did one trip up to seminoe when i lived in Ft. Collins and got blown off the lake-not to mention the auger got torn up by the grit in the ice.

    While I...
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