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    My Son and I are leaving here on Tuesday morning. Overnight in Tonapah and on to Reds Meadows Wed. Packin on Thursday. Be there for the opening day Sat....I know exactly where I'll be at daylight!!!
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    "My Father always considered a walk in the mountains as the equivalent of church going."
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    My story I had kept to myself until now. I had a Ca hunter shoot my jeep and me and my brother were in it, this was in Nebraska. It was on private land. I did get his license number and that guy did not come back last year though other Ca hunters did. There wan't anything to hunt so maybe they will quit coming when good hunting returns. Had the bullet hole repaired at a cost Of $250. Maybe got him a dui.

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    good luck to you CC, and good for you xtreme

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    I'm from California and I will agree that we hold more stupid people. I'll be out in Idaho in the pioneer unit for elk. I will be packing in with my brother. Our goal to have a good hunt. I was in Challis last year and all I can say is that its my kinda town. Easy going and everyone respects each other. I grew up this way and I'll give you the shirt off my back till you prove me otherwise. I hate when I hear stories like this... If that was me and someone parked that close to my tent, they would of had 4 flat tire's. Sorry for the stupid cali boys..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    It isn't just the nonresident hunters, its STUDID hunters in general, each state has it's share of them!
    You said a mouth full there brother!

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    very true, and well said

 

 

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