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  1. Thread: Wolves

    by CrimsonArrow
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    The general consensus among serious trappers I've...

    The general consensus among serious trappers I've talked to around here tell me that wolves are far easier to trap than coyotes. They say wolves lack a lot of the natural fear that causes coyotes to...
  2. Thread: Big Boy

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    I have no trouble with you calling it a 200...

    I have no trouble with you calling it a 200 incher. He's likely all of that.
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    Like said earlier, it is nice to hang skun...

    Like said earlier, it is nice to hang skun quarters without bags until the outside dries, then bag em'. That's how I prefer to do it.
  4. Hilltop, don't be telling me you make mallards...

    Hilltop, don't be telling me you make mallards into jerky, like sticking a knife in my heart. Roasted mallard is one of my favorite meals.
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    don't let the low price tag on the revolution...

    don't let the low price tag on the revolution rest deter you. it is a solid, smooth rest which I have had zero problems with
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    Sure looks like an eastern to me, but I don't...

    Sure looks like an eastern to me, but I don't claim to be an expert.
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    9324Dink or not, I would have arrowed him if he'd...

    9324Dink or not, I would have arrowed him if he'd been legal.
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    Great photo, but no score by number could ever do...

    Great photo, but no score by number could ever do that bull justice. He's pretty awesome up top.
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    ^second the 25-06, great gun for deer-sized game...

    ^second the 25-06, great gun for deer-sized game and smaller
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    Probably not as excited as I was. The bird came...

    Probably not as excited as I was. The bird came to us on a string, and at 20 yards started half-strutting back and forth. We're in the blind, and Grayson is trying to swing the gun back and forth...
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    The B & C club is for honoring the animal, while...

    The B & C club is for honoring the animal, while the P & Y club is focused more on the hunter. I think we need to keep these deadheads in the books, mostly because they remind us what nature is able...
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    Congrats, great bird. My 7-yr old got his first...

    Congrats, great bird. My 7-yr old got his first one yesterday, too. https://scontent-b-lax.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/t1.0-9/p403x403/10300446_10203828748949140_7383144814457758433_n.jpg
  13. I'm probably out too. I didn't mind fronting the...

    I'm probably out too. I didn't mind fronting the $2,295 to apply for moose, goat, and sheep, since a guy gets back all but 45 bucks. Now the cost is just too much for the odds of drawing. I'm sad...
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    Like tdcour said, who cares about the finish, as...

    Like tdcour said, who cares about the finish, as long as the bow performs. Slipping down a rock slide will take the paint off an aluminum bow just as quickly as a carbon bow.
  15. I keep mine as dry as possible, with snug fitting...

    I keep mine as dry as possible, with snug fitting boots. The most important thing AT Hiker touched on was letting them breathe. Any time I stop for a few minutes, I'll take my boots off to air dry...
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    Put some meat bait in a thicket and snare every...

    Put some meat bait in a thicket and snare every opening into it. Keep the bottom of the snare about 10-12 inches off the ground, that should pretty much eliminate the chance of catching a deer. ...
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    Good times, Fink. I just wish our Kansas hunting...

    Good times, Fink. I just wish our Kansas hunting spot wasn't 12 hrs away.
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    I've hunted areas where it would have been...

    I've hunted areas where it would have been beneficial to camp relatively high, but drinking water would be an issue. It depends on the terrain where you hunt. Once you learn the animals' movement...
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    If that's your biggest mistake, I'd say you're...

    If that's your biggest mistake, I'd say you're doing alright!
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    I'll usually carry a cheap plastic poncho along...

    I'll usually carry a cheap plastic poncho along with a lot of what the guys mentioned above plus 3 fire starting tools.
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    I shed hunt, and I agree with these types of...

    I shed hunt, and I agree with these types of regs. They protect the animals when they are most worn-down from a long winter. Even guys on foot will push stressed animals long distances, using...
  22. Use the same arrow and broadhead you would use...

    Use the same arrow and broadhead you would use for deer. Hit them in the spine, through the hips, or heart/lung, and you will kill a turkey. Turkeys provide enough resistance without the use of...
  23. I was just out in Webster perch fishing, hope to...

    I was just out in Webster perch fishing, hope to come back in late March.

    I've had a lot of tough hunts that turned out successful, and all of those are memorable. But I think my greatest...
  24. guided elk hunt 4500 tipped 400 plus a nice...

    guided elk hunt 4500 tipped 400 plus a nice horse-mounted bow scabbard
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    Sticky: I've hunted with Ungava Adventures, it's a...

    I've hunted with Ungava Adventures, it's a first-class operation. We hunted out of Gordon Lake. If you have any ? pm me.
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