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    hunting partner

    Could use to meet some new hunting partner or partners, mine went to Idaho and I go hunt with him every other year and my brother has a new job with conflicting work schedule's, archery is my weapon of choice, but I do use my rifle occasionally, I'm 57yrs.old , I have been successful with turkey ,deer, antelope, and cow elk.and yes a full time Az resident.

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    Need to Win THE LOTTERY.......

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    I agree then travel and expenses wouldn't factor into things.

 

 

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