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    For you hunters

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    Snow Geese fly on flocks of the thousands. Its pretty awesome to see.

    Here is a pic from my last goose/duck/partridge/pheasant hunt in NoDak. Weather was too nice to hunt, so our carnage was minimal.

    The stiff on the right is me (Remington 870 Wingmaster)

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    that looks like a pretty decent hunt, i should put some of my hunting pics on here too.

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    For you hunters

    This is what you all should be hunting. You can get your fishing done in the same trip! :grin:



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    For you hunters

    do you hunt elk?

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    I hunt Elk and Mule Deer.

    Goose and Duck hunting has gone down hill bad here because of dry times.

    I also get into the pheasant hunt. Other then that I fish, in fact I'm going today after work. Heading after some Brown Trout.

    But yeah the Elk and Muley's are thick around here. In the last 4 years I haven't gone home empty handed. On either the deer or elk hunts. I did however see an Asian man shoot a Bull Moose and hung it in his camp. He came over that night and said did you see my elk. I walked over beer in hand and spit it out all over. Moose is a once in a lifetime hunt in this state.

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    For you hunters

    "Del Rio" wrote:
    This is what you all should be hunting. You can get your fishing done in the same trip! :grin:


    I prefer to have my rifle in the boat, that way I can just pick 'em off from the boat.

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    For you hunters

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    "Del Rio" wrote:
    This is what you all should be hunting. You can get your fishing done in the same trip! :grin:


    I prefer to have my rifle in the boat, that way I can just pick 'em off from the boat.
    I prefer dynomite. It is more effecient.

    I hunt elk in the High uintas, there are a ton of natural lakes and rivers there full of fish. That's what i meant but just talking about it got me so excited I couldn't convey my point :grin:

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    For you hunters

    I like to hunt like Jimbo and Ned on South Park!

    "it's coming right for us!" :lol:

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    For you hunters

    durign water fiowl season we also have a shotgun in the boat that way when were fishign we cna get the ocisaonal duck or goose some tiems cripples some tiems not. But the birds they didnt keep from the hunt most went to look foodshelves.

    That imo was a bit exsive but that was population control as geese snow and cnadian destroy alot of stuff. a coupel flocks of geese can clear out 20 acres or so of field ina coupel of days.

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