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    Something different......2 inches of snow tonight. I wish Spring would get here. I want to walk in the woods and look for deer sign from fall. Best time to scout is right when the snow melts, all the sign is still there from Fall. Its tough crossing the river though. Moving Fast, and cold. Have to be careful, and bring xtra clothes along !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordy View Post
    Something different......2 inches of snow tonight. I wish Spring would get here. I want to walk in the woods and look for deer sign from fall. Best time to scout is right when the snow melts, all the sign is still there from Fall. Its tough crossing the river though. Moving Fast, and cold. Have to be careful, and bring xtra clothes along !
    Don't forget your paddle, Gordy...nothing worse than being up a creek without a paddle.

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    What Is The .35 Remington Advantage III

    "After eating an entire bull, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him.... The moral: When you're full of bull, keep yer mouth shut...."
    ~Cowboy Wisdom

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    Quote Originally Posted by navajo View Post
    Well, the F'n wind is still blowin' like hell...
    I'm over it.
    You got a kite laying around somewhere?
    Tie the string to Buddy's harness and let 'er rip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plumber View Post
    I owned a 760 in 30-06 for two weeks, in 1968, and that was two weeks too long.
    All this talk about them, I had to look them up. They kinda look like an 870 with a skinny slug barrel.
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    Good to see you had a good time and made it back safely. You know, there's a brief quiz you need to take that covers the last two weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgriffin1988 View Post
    You got a kite laying around somewhere?
    Tie the string to Buddy's harness and let 'er rip!
    No way, Man...
    I'm afraid we'd wind up in Houston...
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    1978 30-30 RC
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    1952 Savage 99 300Sav
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