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Old 03-24-2012, 12:33 PM
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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

That's an awesome facility! Wish I was there!
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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

Did you just take those pictures? If so it's good to see there isn't much snow left on the flats. That means the chucks will be out.
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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

Yup, just took them this morning. And speaking of those alfalfa stealing varmints, i saw some in Shoshone the other day...................

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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

I've shot some down along the snake already and I'm going again tomorrow. Doing my part to help the Idaho farmers.

BTW I've seen a few fields up your way where about the first 30-50 feet in from the edge of the field was mowed flat and the rest was normal. I'd imagine that would hurt the pocketbook a little bit.
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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

You know, it is amazing how much damage them little critters do. We have one local farmer who lets us eradicate them but we hardly put a dent in them and they literally eat acres and acres of alfalfa.

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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

If he really needs help let me know. A friend of mine and I have killed a few areas off in the past. Not a good thing if you like to shoot them but it is for farmers. In a few areas we've shot over 150 in a good weekend and a few times over 200. That put's a dent in the population in a hurry. I went 12 for 12 last time on chucks and 1 for 1 on pigeons.
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Re: Long Range Rendevoux-----PHOTOS ADDED---SEE POST#72 for details

that is a very nice facility you have got out there. You were not kidding about having room to shoot.
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