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    Thanks for the info! I may look into it.

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    de_ballew, can you also receive texts. Do you use it with a smart phone or is it a stand alone device? fatrascal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatrascal View Post
    de_ballew, can you also receive texts. Do you use it with a smart phone or is it a stand alone device? fatrascal.
    Yes you can receive texts back to your phone. You have to download the app to your smart phone then bluetooth the inreach to your phone. It's really easy even for this country boy.

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    It's still fairly expensive to use the inreach, unless you strictly use the "safety" plan and don't text more than 10 times a month. This would definitely save your bacon if something happened out in the backcountry though! Thanks for the tip.

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    Can anyone comment on leaving your rig parked at trailheads or dead ends for several days unattended in the Rubies area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calbuck View Post
    Can anyone comment on leaving your rig parked at trailheads or dead ends for several days unattended in the Rubies area?
    You should be fine, it's not Ca.

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    I hunted the Humboldt Range last year...cell service was ok as long as you were high and had visual of the town of Wells. Lots of little bucks up there....started seeing the bigger bucks later in the evenings up high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calbuck View Post
    Can anyone comment on leaving your rig parked at trailheads or dead ends for several days unattended in the Rubies area?
    I've never had a problem with leaving my truck at the trailhead.

    Big bucks will be up high at timberline. Forks and spikes will be mid to low with does

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim jim View Post
    I've never had a problem with leaving my truck at the trailhead.

    Big bucks will be up high at timberline. Forks and spikes will be mid to low with does
    +1 the biggest bucks I have seen keep to themselves. But plenty of 150-160" bucks grouped up together. If you find one just wait a few minutes and the rest will start popping up all over.
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    Calbuck, I have left my truck and on other occasions my ATV many times at the trail head for days at a time many times. So far no troubles. We have had a new surge in vehicle and ATV theft though that has come along with a growth spike in the Elko area due to mining jobs. We will see what this year brings. fatrascal.

 

 

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