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  1. Great colour on this one. The pack out was...

    Great colour on this one. The pack out was intense and began in the absolute bottom of that canyon.

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    NC programmer at Boeing. Prior to that plastic...

    NC programmer at Boeing. Prior to that plastic injection mold maker, tool maker, tool & die maker, and job-shop machinist at various hell-holes which I am still trying to forget. Here's an old pic...
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    Welcome Joe, is Maryland big enough to have a...

    Welcome Joe, is Maryland big enough to have a "mid"? :) Great information on here, and the longest discussion about coffee you will ever read.
  4. Your Best Clour Phase Black Bear - Post 'em Up!

    Out of respect for ScottR I'm resisting the urge to post another trapping thread. ;) I was unsuccessful in my spring bruin application, so I have to just drink a cup of coffee (is there a coffee...
  5. Cool thing about living in Portland is driving to...

    Cool thing about living in Portland is driving to Benchmade, ZT, Kershaw, and Leatherman in under an hour (intentionally leaving Gerber off the list). EDC an indestructible Benchmade Elishewitz. ...
  6. Thread: CATS and DOGS

    by conibear
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    CATS and DOGS

    Pair of naturally bleached out skulls from bobcat and coyote I shot. Note the much more powerful jaw of the cat. Shorter jaws and much stronger bite force than the weak coyote.

    Best way to...
  7. Thread: Coffee

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    I grew up drinking machine shop coffee with oily...

    I grew up drinking machine shop coffee with oily swirls on it in a Styrofoam cup..........then I moved to PNW and it was like Paul on the road to Damascus. Now it's Caf? Mam from Costa Rica ground...
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    Broadhead history......

    Oiling some broadheads from my collection and thought I'd share. No tracking required if you put one of these in the boiler room. Carbon arrows need not apply. :-)

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    Broadhead history......

    Preparing my collection for a display and thought I'd share. You put one of these in a game animal and there is no tracking required............carbon arrows need not apply.

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    Rare Broadheads circa 1952

    From my collection: a pair of broadheads you've never seen. The Red Bow Star Point and Red Rover. Harry Truman was POTUS when these were produced. I just put a coat of Starett oil on them and...
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    20789 This guy's .30-06 did not suck. :D

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    This guy's .30-06 did not suck. :D
  12. Thread: Trapline Pics

    by conibear
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    Trapline Pics

    Some pics of the trapline. Hard work and great memories. Otters brought in the most money. Spudding out a set when you just know you got fur down there is such an awesome feeling. Grabbing main...
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    You passed some top shelf buck units 4 points...

    You passed some top shelf buck units 4 points ago, it's all about scouting and glassing. A good Oregon buck can come out of any unit, don't waste years of hunting in the hope of tagging a...
  14. Thread: Big beaver

    by conibear
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    207692077020771 Good item for your bucket...

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    Good item for your bucket list. You spend a year running water sets (where there is a HARD winter) and you'll have stories galore. There are few things as invigorating in the...
  15. Thread: Big beaver

    by conibear
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    330 Conibear in a bank set. Use your foot to...

    330 Conibear in a bank set. Use your foot to kick along the bank to find the opening. Take off the safety hooks and slip it down there. Use a 330 and not a 280.

    A lodge set in a run works too...
  16. where you hunting in Wisconsin? I lived in...

    where you hunting in Wisconsin? I lived in Rhinelander and my best hunts were always on Sundays when the Packers were playing. Absolutely zero people in the woods in Oneida and Vilas County.
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    Thanks, there's no adrenaline rush like flipping...

    Thanks, there's no adrenaline rush like flipping the safety hooks off a #330 Conibear........
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    Thanks ElkTrout. Forum seems more mature than...

    Thanks ElkTrout. Forum seems more mature than others out there. Lots of good folks thus far.
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    New Portland Member

    Hi Guys--

    New to the board, for the first time ever I'm looking east and beginning to plan rifle hunts in WY and other states that offer more than Oregon. I will always bowhunt desert mulies here...
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    Zamberlan Tofane Boot Review

    New member here, hope my review helps...

    I was never familiar with Zamberlan, but being Italian-made intrigued me. Something about Swiss watches and Italian boots. I once had Italian-made Vasque...
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