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Old 03-24-2011, 09:24 PM
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Re: Introduction and success rates

Guy and Stryder thanks for the responses. I'm starting with an antelope hunt in Montana in September. Then if the stars align, a cow elk hunt in New Mexico.

I guess its just like any other hunting on the possibility of getting skunked. Hopefully, I can do the proper research to have greater success. Plus, I probably just need to move to Idaho or Alaska.
"One does not hunt in order to kill; on the contrary, one kills in order to have hunted...If one were to present the sportsman with the death of the animal as a gift he would refuse it. What he is after is having to win it, to conquer the surly brute through his own effort and skill with all the extras that this carries with it: the immersion in the countryside, the healthfulness of the exercise, the distraction from his job.
Jose Ortega y Gasset, Meditations on Hunting.
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