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    Boat in the Back Country

    How many of you Guys use a boat to get into the Back Country to get away or ahead of everyone else?

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    We used a boat to cross a resivor to get to our fav hunting drainage for elk in ID. Worked out good to get away from other hunters
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    Yes! Used to use my little fishing boat to get into a remote drainage here in Montana.


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    IKIC, i know exactly where ur talking bout. boats are a huge advantage to get u away from the crowds.

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    mt-mike, those pics are cool! They look a little vintage, what circa are they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    IKIC, i know exactly where ur talking bout. boats are a huge advantage to get u away from the crowds.
    Yep Sulfer bar and Edwards Canyon where my fav drainages to hunt in.
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    Very cool Mike! Looks like a great way to get in to those spots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoHiCntry View Post
    mt-mike, those pics are cool! They look a little vintage, what circa are they?
    1989 - That was my first bull with new 338 Win Mag. Remington 700, classic.

 

 

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