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Old 12-05-2012, 09:11 AM   #91
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With bear-human conflicts on the rise, wildlife managers in the Northern Rockies are laying the groundwork for trophy hunts for grizzlies in anticipation of the government lifting their threatened-species status.

It's expected to be 2014 before about 600 bears around Yellowstone National Park lose their federal protections, and possibly longer for about 1,000 bears in the region centered on Glacier National Park...

...Four people were killed by grizzlies over the past two years in Yellowstone National Park and nearby areas of Wyoming and Montana -- highlighting the problems that have accompanied their rebound in areas frequented by people.

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Old 12-05-2012, 09:19 AM   #92
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:00 AM   #93
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The only bear hunting I like to do involves lots of lube and the EB site admin.


On a related topic, I'm taking almost all of my deer meat to the processor on Friday to get a pile of sausage made. If my guesstimation is right, I should have about 30 pounds of sausage.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:57 PM   #94
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On a related topic, I'm taking almost all of my deer meat to the processor on Friday to get a pile of sausage made. If my guesstimation is right, I should have about 30 pounds of sausage.
Win. I can't wait to pick up the breakfast sausage we had made.
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:09 PM   #95
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Got mine back from the processor last week. It took me and another guy to carry it to the truck. Damn near completely filled my chest freezer!
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:40 PM   #96
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I'm scared shitless of hunting bears. Those Fuckers can climb trees!
Climb trees? Oh yeah..

Bears are something to be afraid of.




One common myth is that Grizzly/Brown Bears won't or don't climb trees.
This is bullshit. Like Black Bears, if they have ladder type limbs available
or are properly motivated, they will climb.

In my experience, The larger Grizzly/Brown Bears don't bother to climb a tree - they just knock it down.
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:36 PM   #97
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In the stand for a nice afternoon hunt. Deer season ends tomorrow, but I'll be back later this month for critters and coyotes.
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Old 01-04-2013, 01:42 PM   #98
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Climb trees? Oh yeah..

Bears are something to be afraid of.




One common myth is that Grizzly/Brown Bears won't or don't climb trees.
This is bullshit. Like Black Bears, if they have ladder type limbs available
or are properly motivated, they will climb.

In my experience, The larger Grizzly/Brown Bears don't bother to climb a tree - they just knock it down.
So climb past where they can safely get to in a large enough tree they can't knock it down? I know, pretty crappy odds especially in a life/death situation.
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:51 AM   #99
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Saturday was a fucking adventure!

My hunt club teamed up with two others to hunt a 4000 acre tract of land that hadn't seen much action this year. There were about 50 total hunters and about 20 to 30 dogs running.

Everyone was given an assigned location, more or less, and we were led out to our spots by a dude from one of the other clubs who allegedly knew the area. As it turned out, he was useless without his GPS, which died about an hour before he started dragging his deer out.

We got to our spots at about 9 am and the dogs were dropped at about 9:30. I had a great spot on a hill side overlooking a creek with a comfortable rock to sit on. I had dogs around me all day, but they only ran one deer through my sector and it was over 100 yards away and hauling ass in the wrong direction when it came into view. I enjoyed the day and listened to the radio chatter when I got bored.

Those bubbas were using VHF channel 69(huh huh, 69) and my club uses GMRS channel 3, so I set my radio to just scan those two channels. After about an hour, I had a pretty good idea of where everyone was and where the dogs were running by looking at my GPS map and deciphering the nonsense those yokels were spewing. My favorite landmarks that hit the air were: The black folks house, the poor house, Jim's house, the old bridge, the beaver pond, the loading deck and that bridge where Clyde ran off the road. There are no less than three "loading decks", which are cul de sacs on logging roads. The beaver pond landmark isn't actually a beaver pond, it's where the beaver pond used to be, but the dam got blown and the beavers moved down the creek. Jim's old house also caused a fair amount of confusion since there are several Jims and the Jim to whom they were referring sold that house five years ago.

At around 4:30, I started packing my shit and getting ready to clear out since I knew we had no less than a two mile hike out and I really didn’t want to do that in the dark. No one had called the hunt off on the radio, so I was hesitant to start making my way back for fear of getting shot. Just as I was ready to radio the guys from my club that were near me, the bubba that led me in came stumbling through with two other guys and a doe dragging behind him. I gave them an extra drag rope and carried their guns so we could push through the woods more easily. As I mentioned, he was useless without his GPS, which was dead, so I pulled out my phone and got us to the nearby logging road. That road wasn’t on the google map, but I marked it on the way in because I assumed electronic bread crumbs would be a good idea. It was about a ½ mile hike through some thick shit to the logging road and ultimately the (Rocky Knoll) Loading Deck. We met up with five guys from my club, who had two deer with them.

The sun went down at 5:30 and it was dark back there. The lead bubba was having a hell of a time getting someone to come pick us up. Finally, Clyde(yes, the Clyde who famously ran off the road) managed to get out to where we were. We loaded nine guys and three deer on the back of a truck that already had a huge dog box in it and rode back to the Poor House where our trucks were parked. I rode on the tailgate and was puckered up pretty tight the entire time because I’m pretty sure that Clyde likes to drink. Once we got back to our trucks all was right with the world. We loaded up our shit and cruised on back to our cabin to drink beer, skin deer and tell lies.

It was a really good time, but damn, rednecks are a special breed.
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:33 PM   #100
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Spent Saturday morning chasing bunnies. This was my sons first time carrying a gun. We easily saw 25 rabbits. We could have shot more, but we were waiting and hoping that junior would get one. He shot about 8 or 9 times and never connected. He did do an excellent job handling the gun and was very conscious of what he was shooting at and what was beyond his target. So I would say he was successful on his first real rabbit hunt.

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Old 01-11-2013, 04:40 PM   #101
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:42 PM   #102
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Beautiful.

Just plain beautiful.

It is not about the kill, but the fun of the hunt.

Nice job Dad.

Keep after 'em Junior.
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:48 PM   #104
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Why? We have a serious overpopulation of bobcats in Florida. Ergo, hunting season is open on them.
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:58 PM   #106
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Don't you get it? Bobcats have rights just like people. In fact, they are people, just with smaller brains and two more feet.

C'mon man, get it together. Sheesh...
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I'm taking the boy out to the woods next weekend. He's way too young to have a gun, but we'll have a good time hiking around searching for squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, coyotes and bobcats.
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Last time I was out there I saw a huge orange feral cat. If I see that fucker again I'll pop him in the head. He'll make a nice hat for my kid.
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:12 PM   #110
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I like to hunt rainbow colored ponies. They make great stew and mount on the wall nice.

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yeah , if i ever see one of those fuckers in the woods ,
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I would consider taking up hunting if I could bag some rainbow colored ponies.
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Open season now on Burmese python's down here in the Everglades, cash rewards even. Who needs bears when you can hunt giant snakes in gator territory!
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And now I have finally discovered a practical use for automatic shotguns.
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My Mom, who lives in FL, mentioned that to me the other day on FB. The shitty part is that you have to be a Florida resident. Otherwise, I'd be all over that shit.
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Open season now on Burmese python's down here in the Everglades, cash rewards even. Who needs bears when you can hunt giant snakes in gator territory!

This reminds me...I can always use some new belts, boots and guitar straps.
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