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    Favorite Eastern Animal To Hunt & Favorite Western Animal To Hunt ?????

    What is Your Favorite Animal in the East And Also The West To Hunt....
    I Geuss Mine would be the Whitetale Deer for the East and Sense the Only thing I have any Experience Hunting out West was Javelines In Arizona... I will go with them....

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    When I am out here in the West: Alpine mulies.

    When I am back East: A ticket West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post

    When I am back East: A ticket West.
    haha, enough said.



    I love the challenge of huntin Muleys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    When I am out here in the West: Alpine mulies.

    When I am back East: A ticket West.
    Haha, hater! Whitetails rutting up the woodlot is a lot of fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Haha, hater! Whitetails rutting up the woodlot is a lot of fun!
    Funny thing is I agree with both of you. Have lived in MT back in mid-90's and now live back here in GA. Love hunting big Whitetails in the mid-west but have also been "hunting"a way to get back west...maybe one day. Miss elk and especially big trout on the Madison as much as anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthoek21 View Post
    Miss elk and especially big trout on the Madison as much as anything.
    I think I might see how the salmonflies are doin' over on the Maddy next week. Not to rub it in or anything ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    I think I might see how the salmonflies are doin' over on the Maddy next week. Not to rub it in or anything ...

    BB good luck. What section do you fish most? Yes I miss the heck out of that river. Been contemplating a power trip out this summer. Been too long. My favorite section was Lyons to Story or Windy Pt to Varney. Send me some therapy pic's. Hope they smack them big bugs. That is a fun hatch if you catch it just right. Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    When I am out here in the West: Alpine mulies.

    When I am back East: A ticket West.
    That's a good one!

    Eastern critters would be a tie between Wild Turkeys and Whitetails, no contest in the west, Pronghorns.

    I suppose sheep hunting would be fantastic but I doubt my knees would take the climbing, they are pretty well shot. I have hunted Elk and Mule Deer in the high country and enjoyed both a great deal but there is just something about the Antelope that keep me coming back, I will continue to chase them as long as I am able!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    When I am out here in the West: Alpine mulies.

    When I am back East: A ticket West.

    Hahahahhahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    When I am out here in the West: Alpine mulies.

    When I am back East: A ticket West.
    Haha exactly my thoughts!

 

 

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