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    Quote Originally Posted by elkmtngear View Post
    I was ready two minutes after the 2010 season ended! Once I get there, I just don't want to leave.
    i'm with ya on that Jeff.
    I Love the smell of Elk in the mornin
    The arrow is everything

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    Wink

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    You can still get on the mountain. You just can't ride your wheeler.
    " Keep your nose in the wind, and your eyes along the skyline "

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    Definitely getting cabin fever...under 6 months till archery opens..not sure how I'm going to make it that long. Just use the extra energy to train harder for my solo central Idaho backpack hunts

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    I am starting to go nuts, good thing I can shoot my bow in the basement!
    Shoot STR8

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    I have been keeping busy getting apps filled out and sent in. Collecting $$$$ from my buddies can be a full time job. Planning to take a trip up to the mountins at the end of the month just to get up there. Im counting the days till the draw results come out and then Ill really get excited.

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    I'm really anxious to see what tags I draw for the fall but luckily spring bear season holds me over for quite a while.
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    I can hunt and fish year round, just have to be creative at times. No need to get restless. I can always fill the time with working on my gear, etc.

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    I got sick of waiting to hunt until fall every year so this spring I am going to go after a black bear with my bow starting Apr 15th and might give turkey a try in May. The lake should be thawing out before too long so I can go catch some trout and I can start shed hunting on May 1st. My job of tracking radio collared elk keeps me entertained pretty well too, some days I would actually rather stay home when its 30 below. No cabin fever for me.

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    me too!

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    same here going one my first blackbear hunt {I hope waiting for to Doc to clear me got hurt at work may have torn something in my knee} in April.LOL was talking to my 15 year old brother {he's got the hunting bug bad}and told me last night it was a 161 days until bow season.Had to tell him to go read the books I got him at the outdoor show;that it would help him get thru until season.He is reading David Long's book Public Land Mulies The Bottom Line and then he's going to reread Cameron Hanes Backcountry Bowhunting guide to the wild side.I didn't tell him but I think I got the "bug" worst then him been reading all of my old EBJ and EHJ and think about the gear I need to get but that could be becuase I've not been able to go outside for the last week becuase I've had to keep my knee up and no weight baring.Hurry up Doc I'm going to go nuts soon>
    ?Can anyone reccomend any other books on hunting for my brother at the rate he is reading going to need about 15 more books to get him thru until season.At lest I don't have to worry about school days and then two hours he's doing P90X and running every day.
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

 

 

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