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    Congrats!......and happy belated birthday.

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    That's awesome! A big congrats! Even though you are a guide, you're clearly still a gal cause you marked out your weight

    Thats funny stuff UH....


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    Congrats!!! Funny about the weight...as a helicopter pilot, I have to ask each passenger...I always add 10 to what ladies claim!! Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolftalonID View Post
    Congrats!!! Funny about the weight...as a helicopter pilot, I have to ask each passenger...I always add 10 to what ladies claim!! Lol
    Lmao!! Well we shouldn't be punished for the weight of our chest, we have no control there! Or our brain! And I've got a big brain lol. That's too funny though, I usually take 10 off my weight so you are spot on sir!

    Thanks everyone!!!

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    That is so cool!! I want to wish you the best of luck !! Mark

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    Jen congrats! Wish you only the best!


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    Congrats Jenn!!!!

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    That is outstanding....congratulations.

    I have a question....what does it take to be a licensed guided in Wyoming (besides paying your fee)? I don't want to be one (cause I'm to damn old!), just interested in the process.
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    It's not too hard. You have to pay the fee, become cpr certified. I did cpr and first aid because I wanted to feel better prepared. There's a very lengthy guides exam you have to take. You have to have an outfitter that you're already working with. You have to prove to them you have knowledge of the area you will be guiding and general hunting knowledge. You have to answer a whole lot of questions demonstrating you kind of know what you're doing and get it all notarized. Then it goes to the board of outfitters and guides and they determine if you get a license or not based on everything you sent in

 

 

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