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    taz, I tried calling your a few times but no answer and no voice mail. Hope you are able to get around in the snow. And have some luck.

    I just arrived home from Wyoming. Fired up the box freezer and squeezed both the elk & moose in there, barely. Literally I don't think I could get one more 2 pound hamburger package in there.

    I am so tired. Been driving for 3 days. Time to hang out in office and heal up. Whitetail rut will kick in soon. Mentoring a kid next 2 weekends then I'm off to JEPC.
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    Way to go Jay and son, great bull!! Well deserved, that snow made for some "interesting" hunting. Our bugling activity was all Saturday, one friend had one misfire (only primer fired) on a 5x5 with 3 cows that day and nothing after. I helped another friend pack out a rifle killed 5x5 yesterday on the east side but didn't hear anything talking. Any other rifle guys back?

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    BTW - I was able to finish out the 2nd leg of my combo trip with a small Wyoming bull moose. Good lord I hope they get a grip on wolf management before they plunder NM. My moose unit near Jackson was near void of all game. A mere shell of it's former self. I had 3 outfitters tell me how lucky I was to get anything. They had clients go home empty-handed for the 1st time.

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    Check out my meat wagon going home to Illinois. Never needed to haul so many coolers before. Really put the hurt on my poor Jeep springs!

    Can't believe I made it all the way home without getting one finger from a soccer mom anti!

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    This has been a really neat thread, congrats on all the success guys!

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    Hahaha, that's awesome!
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    Whole smokes Zim! Your jeep was doing a wheelie all of the way home! It is a high class problem when when going back to "work" is resting up! (I have a desk job, so I can relate!)

    Way to go.

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    zia, Do you know if Joe's father-in-law, Larry, scored a bull on his Pecos muzzleloader hunt?
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    I didn't see him, but if he hunted the area you were in I would have missed him.

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    Zim looks like you had a trip of a lifetime hope you enjoyed it!

 

 

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