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Unread 03-29-2008, 11:47 AM
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My boys and I will again be hunting our "Hole" here in SW Idaho. I am leaving here in about 15 minutes to take my Swaro's up and watch the hundreds of elk streaming back up the hills. I hope the herds across the west will come through the winter well, I hear some deer herds have been hurt. Good luck to all.

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I can't wait for Elk season. (Oct) I am just 2 hours away from where I hunt but I can't go for another 5 1/2 months. AAAARRRRRGGGGG!!
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