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    Live Chat Topics?

    Quick question for all of you, what topics would you like us to cover in live chats?

    We are rolling a few ideas around the office, but we want to cover the things that are most relevant to number one our subscribers, and number two, to the people who are a part of this forum!

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    I like that the topics are specific. Like the last one was Wy. I think it goes smoother then a general topic that the questions would be all over the map.

    I would like to see a topic on High country camping. Gear essentials, do's and dont's.
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    I think a live chat dealing with field judging western big game would be beneficial to many people on Eastman's. I am very experienced but I'm not foolish enough to think I know it all- I would love to hear everyone's techniques.

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    I wouldn't mind seeing topics similar to the Wyoming topic from yesterday but for other states. How about a hunting deer and elk in the high country.

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    How about a live chat on how to deal with game animals once you've put one down, from skinning/cutting/caping to packing out or when you have to leave them overnight. I enjoyed the live chat yesterday on WY deer and antelope.

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    Deer and Elk hunting techniques for differant types of terrain, cover and elevations. High country above timberline to desert-plains would be interesting. May help some decide where and how they want to hunt?

    I also enjoyed the Wyoming chat even though didn't get involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberstalker View Post
    Deer and Elk hunting techniques for differant types of terrain, cover and elevations. High country above timberline to desert-plains would be interesting. May help some decide where and how they want to hunt?

    I also enjoyed the Wyoming chat even though didn't get involved.
    I second these kinds of techniques, personally I would like to hear some ideas on hunting wooded areas like the Sierras.
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    Tips, tactics, and gear for getting within bow distance once the prey has been spotted.

 

 

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