Turd Here

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by turd, May 27, 2012.

  1. turd

    turd Member

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    Yep,, The turd is here. Trapper by trade. Hello to all.
     
  2. Broz

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    LOL,,, welcome!!

    Jeff
     

  3. cowboy

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    Welcome - I hope you're from Montana and are good at your trade come wolf season this year
     
  4. turd

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    I,am over here in the Blue Mountains of eastern Or. where the Wolf problem is just in the making. The Lions have the Deer & Elk herds down to nothing and now here comes the Wolfs. Great job of game management,,, right!!!!!!!!
     
  5. winmag

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    First off "Turd", that's simply a classic handle! Welcome to LRH!!

    Which county if you don't mind me asking.
    I lived in Baker, Halfway, Richland, & North Powder. Baker County is my true home no matter where I currently hang my hat.
    It's always good to see new members here from home.

    As for the wolves, ya. Broz, & cowboy, Just Google Imnaha wolf pack & you'll see why we have hardly any Elk left there. Montana guys, & I know many of you, your Not alone in your fight against unchecked predators. You guys "Remember the Big Hole" & we "Remember the Imnaha". The Blue Mountains, for those of you who don't already know, is ranch country. Were all in the fight. Blues, Elkhorns, Eagle Caps, Wallowas, Imnahas & mountains all over Montana. (I lived in Wise Rivet for a time).

    If "Turd" is from the Blues, he's good company 9 times out of 10. If.he's from Baker County, its bumped up to 9.9 times out of 10:D

    Good to have you here Turd.
     
  6. turd

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    winmag,,, You can give me a 9.9 Grant county boy,,, or I should say,,,ol man here. I am very aware of the wolf problem in the West. Damn Fools.
    I,am on the trap line every day, 40+ miles a day on a wheeler. I have first hand exper at seeing what pred can do.
    100 + dead coyotes, trapped & snared last winter.
    34 out of one deep canyon. :)
     
  7. Broz

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    Probably shouldnt't turn Turd's welcome post into a wolf thread. But the 100 yote he trapped / "harvested" and 37 from one gulch just breaths more life into my theory. We have been hunting / trapping / shooting yotes on sight 24 / 7 and 365 for years and they are still everywhere. So wolves being a top preditor why would they be any different now that they have a foot hold and are harder to find and kill?

    Turd, another Welcome and it seems you are a guy we need on our team. I hope you have a passion to find wolves it your traps.

    Jeff