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Unread 04-27-2013, 10:35 PM
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Hahaha Ya I look good in dirt!
LOL my wife is just with me for the paycheck!
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    Unread 04-28-2013, 01:33 AM
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    LOL my wife is just with me for the paycheck!
    I haven't figured out why mine is with me. I'm an old brokendown ex. cop and we live in the desert 20 miles out of Christmas Valley, in a 10'x20' cabin with no plumbing or electricity.
    Go figure? .Maybe she Loves me?????
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    Unread 04-28-2013, 02:24 AM
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    I haven't figured out why mine is with me. I'm an old brokendown ex. cop and we live in the desert 20 miles out of Christmas Valley, in a 10'x20' cabin with no plumbing or electricity.
    Go figure? .Maybe she Loves me?????
    Your probably absolutely correct or its because of your 's . Ex cop huh, where were you a cop at?
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    Your probably absolutely correct or its because of your 's . Ex cop huh, where were you a cop at?
    Sent you a pm.
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    Sent you a pm.
    Replied! How is the hunting over there on the west side anyway?
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    Replied! How is the hunting over there on the west side anyway?
    Well when I was hunting over there before I moved over here, it was crowded.
    Blacktail deer you didn't want to be anywhere near a town or.city. Hunter just flocked into the area that were close. Blacktails are really hard to hunt. If you see a buck you better take it cause it may ne the only one your going to see. Not cause there are a lot of them, it just they hide in some of the most nasty jungle rhey can find and they are hard to get to and they seem to go right into nocturnal mode opening day.
    Elk hunting in the Cascades can be good but again you have really got to get away from roads and others.
    The coast range now those are some steep hills. There is nothing flat and it's.just a big jungle. Alot of Elk though.
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    Well when I was hunting over there before I moved over here, it was crowded.
    Blacktail deer you didn't want to be anywhere near a town or.city. Hunter just flocked into the area that were close. Blacktails are really hard to hunt. If you see a buck you better take it cause it may ne the only one your going to see. Not cause there are a lot of them, it just they hide in some of the most nasty jungle rhey can find and they are hard to get to and they seem to go right into nocturnal mode opening day.
    Elk hunting in the Cascades can be good but again you have really got to get away from roads and others.
    The coast range now those are some steep hills. There is nothing flat and it's.just a big jungle. Alot of Elk though.
    Rupe
    Nice I wish the Columbia basin unit wasn't 90% private although I have a few farms and private land I can hunt on it still sucks.
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