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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I'm not sure I'd go that far. I'm probably a little older than you are and when I was in the Army she was in N. VN doing her propaganda thing, not very popular with many of us. But then again for a B & C elk I might make my memory fade a little. LOL
    Cowboy, I'm nipping at 70. Are you older? I know all about that traitor...I was just pointing out how far I'd go!

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    I'll be 73 this year. As my son says....I'm an Old Fart for sure!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I'll be 73 this year. As my son says....I'm an Old Fart for sure!!
    Cowboy, I am only 53 but I am with you on that Jane Fonda bit@$. I would slap her silly if I had the chance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Remember a contract with an outfitter is negotiable, you can ask them up front before you book if they will throw that clause out of the contract and probably can find an outfitter who will do so. I understand their side of it as there are alot of mega outfitting services that make there living out of scouting the entire west for guys who are lucky enough to afford governors tags and such to go after mega bucks and mega bulls. The outfitter is that instance probably thinks and knows that those guys dont care what it costs, but I also think there is no place for the trophy fee system outside of high fence hunting. I feel that the outfitter should be rewarded with a good tip if you are happy with the service they provide, and if they get you a trophy of a lifetime I will definately reward with as good of a tip as I can afford.

 

 

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