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    How Musket man picks a hunting unit:
    Step 1: Find most rugged, high, inhospitable country he can find.
    Step 2: Go there.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    How Musket man picks a hunting unit:
    Step 1: Find most rugged, high, inhospitable country he can find.
    Step 2: Go there.
    And once on the hunt...

    Step 3: Take lots of pics of animals he has NO tag for
    Step 4: Whip up a bowl of delicious tag soup!!!

    Sorry MM, couldn't resist! Just funnin ya of course...

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    I about spit coffee on my computer when I read you guys posts!HAHAHA! Good stuff guys! All those steps are pretty close to the truth too I saw more species then that I didnt have tags for but I dont seem to have any pics. I thought I atleast had some moose pics from Idaho

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ID:	8057My daughter after two seasons of tag soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
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ID:	8057My daughter after two seasons of tag soup
    That's funny!

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    MM, Really great photos you posted in the album and here. Nice job!

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    Nice pics MM, was the coyote hard to spot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhoundman View Post
    Nice pics MM, was the coyote hard to spot?
    Not really but he was 5-600 yards. Well out of ML range lol. I just watched him. About the only one I have ever seen that I didnt want to shoot I think.

 

 

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