bigngreen, I have a backhoe, but if you use solid bullets and they happen to run off then you don't have to worry about a shovel. We are getting Idahos 'extra' wolves now in Eastern Oregon and that's where the 3 S's came in.
Not really. The problem is My time off school doesn't agree with the hunting seasons too well. I have one or two weeks off in November so there's only a few I could even apply for. Then there's the fact that i don't have anyone to hunt with. My dad goes with me so we can talk and so, but hunting isn't so much his thing... Yet... Still working on that.
Do you know if I can travel and hunt alone with a firearm? From a legal point of view? I think I'll make another thread because I don't want to hijack this one.
Maybe I was reading between the lines, but "shoot, shovel, shudup"... Ah well, your probably right..
I was out elk hunting in bow season this year in alberta canada, and had a pack show up. I seen them exit the timberline and come into the large open cutblock I was in. I immediately holed up behing a large downed stump and dropped my backpack and grabbed a couple more shells of buckshot for my defender. I then glanced over the stump to see where they were.... thinkin that they would be coming in slow like a coyote. I was very wrong the one was within 80 yards of me. Which means that in about 30 seconds that wolf moved over 600yards.... he must have seen me glance over the stump and got weary so I let a blast of buckshot go at him. But missed as 80yards was too far for my buckshot..... I will be gettin a snowmobile for this winter and taking some of them lil bastards out hahaha