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    Great story ... thanks for sharing it !!
    Hope they catch those poachers.

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    Looks like a really good trip!
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    What kind of canvas tent is that?
    ... because every picture tells a story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    What kind of canvas tent is that?
    I have no idea the brand. I bought it on a moose hunt in canada last year. A guy had it set up and said "that thing is a pain to set up. Ill sell it cheap if you want to take it home." $400 later i had a 12?14 tent and the frame.

    Its for sale though......that thing is a pain to set up

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    The best part of your story is when you helped two total strangers find a decent buck to kill. That's how the hunting community should be. Much respect to you, and great job on your own hunt.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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