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    Cool Full of Crickets

    This forum is dead with silence I enjoy Idaho to much to let this thread sit here in complete and udder silence! Any of you guys going/gone Steelhead fishing this year?? Numbers don't look to great and all the fires have made runoff pretty muddy, I'm heading up next week.
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    Just wait till Idaho app time and this one will be buzzing too! lol

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    There's no elk or deer in Idaho. Nothing to see there, move along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    There's no elk or deer in Idaho. Nothing to see there, move along.
    I have to agree. I loved hunting deer and elk in ID but no more. Such beautiful country and not much game anymore.
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    I started western hunting around Salmon. It was great hunting and scenery. Unfortunately, its only good scenery now. I miss going back there, I really do. If I dont draw a tag in 2015 I may go back, but I know it wont be like it used to be.
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    I totally agree about the animals with all of you, but I still keep going back irregardless.
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    Idaho has some left! Just not as many. I wish I had pics of some of the bulls I have seen but I didnt have a very good camera or spotter when I saw most of them. This year I hope to be posting some pics of a big (maybe not real big lol) Idaho bull

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    Here we go, 12 hour of cricket sound effects in stereo

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    the elk have all migrated to nevada, it is true. the wolves have chased then near the reno area. we are left with jackrabitts and rattlesnakes.

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    I disagree ....There are a lot of good hunting spots left in the state with a little hard work.!! If your looking for the hay day of the 60's and 70's there gone for sure. I traveled this world with the us navy and came back to my home state because there is no better in my opinion. I hate to see the good state of Idaho's name dragged through the mud. THERE STILL GOOD HUNTING HERE..

 

 

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