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Old 09-12-2007, 02:51 PM
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Nice Pics Nonya,

BTW, what's it like to live in Paradise?
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Old 09-12-2007, 04:25 PM
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Awesome and welcome to the fold cole.
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Its kinda like living on a lake full of trout,walleye,ect and looking across the lake every morning at a herd of elk,mule deer and wt on public land that i can hunt with the use of my little fishing boat.Then there are the millions of acres of public land statewide full of game and the 8.5 million acres of private land that are open to hunting though the block managment program.Liberal game seasons and fun laws like the one that allows me to spotlight predators and varmits all winter from a vehicle,things most states wont allow,and our anti canned hunt law to boot,it aint half bad!:eek:
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Old 09-12-2007, 06:07 PM
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You are in Paradise. Maybe one day I will get back to MT and stay rather than just visit.
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Welcome! I have hunted several times in Mt and will again this fall.
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Old 09-13-2007, 08:03 PM
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Its kinda like living on a lake full of trout,walleye,ect and looking across the lake every morning at a herd of elk,mule deer and wt on public land that i can hunt with the use of my little fishing boat.Then there are the millions of acres of public land statewide full of game and the 8.5 million acres of private land that are open to hunting though the block managment program.Liberal game seasons and fun laws like the one that allows me to spotlight predators and varmits all winter from a vehicle,things most states wont allow,and our anti canned hunt law to boot,it aint half bad!:eek:
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Welcome aboard! Nice rig!
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