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    Quote Originally Posted by Edelweiss View Post
    So your telling me that an animal scientifically named antelocapra americana is not an antelope?

    A the mountain goat, chamois, tahr and muskox are technically antelope as well.
    Not sure about the others but I kinda doubt that Musk Ox are technically antelope.

    Either way, my pet peeve is more directed a the hunting t.v. shows that make hunting a team sport. I think they should build themselves an arena and let us have comfortable seats and popcorn and pay to watch who kills the most turkeys and whitetails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edelweiss View Post
    So your telling me that an animal scientifically named antelocapra americana is not an antelope?

    A the mountain goat, chamois, tahr and muskox are technically antelope as well.
    Yeah because pronghorn is a entirely different species! I have a whole book on them and did 2 reports on them! Pronghorn is the only one of its kind.


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    "Can't eat the horns".

    "Don't pass on the first day what you would shoot on the last".

    "Tag soup".

    These phrases are irritating to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    "Can't eat the horns".

    "Don't pass on the first day what you would shoot on the last".

    "Tag soup".

    These phrases are irritating to me.
    I'm with you there BigSur...don't forget "Hardcore Hunter".

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    How about when "DIY" is repetitively spelled "DYI"? I remember someone on here said "What does DYI stand for? Do Yourself In?" That cracked me up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    How about when "DIY" is repetitively spelled "DYI"? I remember someone on here said "What does DYI stand for? Do Yourself In?" That cracked me up!
    Seems like I've done myself in on more than a few hunts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Seems like I've done myself in on more than a few hunts!
    Exactly, it was hilarious because it almost made more sense than the actual "DIY" label!

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    So is it a coyote, coyotee, yote, song dog or pasture poodle?

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    Here's on non hunting related but bugs the crap out of me, it's Ne-VA-DUH.... NOT.....Ne-VAH-DUH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Here's on non hunting related but bugs the crap out of me, it's Ne-VA-DUH.... NOT.....Ne-VAH-DUH
    Ha ha....or for Oregon...

    NOT Ore "Gone"....it hasn't "gone" anywhere...

    It's pronounced Ore "Gun"
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