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    Good Luck CC! Hope you draw and kill a 'Tank'...

    Good Luck CC! Hope you draw and kill a 'Tank' buck.
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    I have set it up by myself several times, and it...

    I have set it up by myself several times, and it does take a while (about an hour), when factoring in getting it all staked out well to handle WY winds. With two people it is pretty easy.
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    I personally prefer merino wool as a base layer...

    I personally prefer merino wool as a base layer vs synthetics. I think with the merino it seems to help regulate body temp better so I don't overheat or get cold. Also, I don't get grimy like with...
  4. Thread: KUIU Jacket

    by LaHunter
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    I always have my Guide DCS jacket in my pack. I...

    I always have my Guide DCS jacket in my pack. I rarely wear a jacket while moving, but when I am glassing and sitting still I'll wear it if it's cold. It has worked well for me in < 30 degree...
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    Pretty funny!

    Pretty funny!
  6. Think it comes down to the definition of...

    Think it comes down to the definition of 'Archery'. I haven't read a single post that wants to ban crossbows totally, those opposed just want them banned during archery only seasons. How many...
  7. If crossbows are such a difficult / pain in the...

    If crossbows are such a difficult / pain in the azz to use, then why are so many people justifying them for the young, elderly, and physically challenged? That argument doesn't 'hold water'.
  8. The states have been limiting hunting seasons...

    The states have been limiting hunting seasons based on weapon for years; archery, muzzle loader, and rifle. Personally, I don't consider cross bows as being archery equipment. I don't think you can...
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    This is funny!

    This is funny!
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    Another vote for the InReach. Been using the...

    Another vote for the InReach. Been using the InReach SE for about 3 or 4 years now and it has worked great for me. I can stay in touch with the family and let them know I am o.k.
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    I read somewhere "you can't out train a poor...

    I read somewhere "you can't out train a poor diet". The older we get the truer this becomes. Beer and bread will make it tougher to reach your goals.
    Nobody said it was easy. :)
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    First Lite is quality clothing in my opinion. I...

    First Lite is quality clothing in my opinion. I have a few sets of their merino base layers that I really like. My favorite pants for western mountain hunting is the Kanabs, regardless of the...
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    Hilltop is spot on. I have seen snow over my...

    Hilltop is spot on. I have seen snow over my knees in mid October and night time temps dropping down below 10 degrees. I have also seen temps in the 50s. You will need to plan for any type of...
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    I bought my Swaro SLC binos and my Swaro sts 65...

    I bought my Swaro SLC binos and my Swaro sts 65 spotter both used. Called Swaro Customer Service and checked serial numbers to make sure they were authentic. Also, as long as they are not stolen...
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    The vestibule clips to the tent awning pole. I...

    The vestibule clips to the tent awning pole. I think there may be a very small white tag in the center / top of the vestibule end that clips to the pole. Towards the bottom, there should be some...
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    Great buck. Congratulations. Not bad for a...

    Great buck. Congratulations.

    Not bad for a fellow 'Louisiana Boy'! I'll be leaving for WY on Oct 10th.
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    Another significant factor to consider when...

    Another significant factor to consider when building points is 'point creep'. It seems to be getting worse for elk, at least the unit that I have been applying for. The required points needed to...
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    Based on your description of the area you will be...

    Based on your description of the area you will be hunting, I would absolutely say bring the spotter. I've never regretted having mine in my pack, even though it does add to my pack wt. You will be...
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    If you are planning on using an ATV / UTV make...

    If you are planning on using an ATV / UTV make sure you stay on the designated 2 tracks (dirt roads). This goes for residents as well at non residents. Nothing more frustrating than having some a$$...
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    good post. paper maps and compass? I always...

    good post.

    paper maps and compass? I always have these with me when out in the field.
    Also, maybe not as critical as toilet paper, but ibuprofen is something I always have with me out west at...
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    I've hunted R for the past few years. As with...

    I've hunted R for the past few years. As with most all 'General Units', R gets a LOT of hunting pressure.
  22. Thread: Spotter Help

    by LaHunter
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    I had a Vortex Razor 65 mm spotter for 3 years...

    I had a Vortex Razor 65 mm spotter for 3 years and used it mule deer hunting. The terrain that I typically hunt in WY calls for a spotter, at least I prefer to carry and use one. I was happy with...
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    I have a M700 7mm rem mag that I guess would be...

    I have a M700 7mm rem mag that I guess would be considered semi custom. It has a Krieger barrel with a 1:9.5" twist.
    I gave the 150 ABLR a try with IMR 4350 and never got better than about 1.5 MOA...
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    Glassing from higher elevation is a good plan,...

    Glassing from higher elevation is a good plan, especially at daybreak and last light.
    Get familiar with your area with Google Earth and topo maps. Just remember, google earth will give you a false...
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    Guess I'm gonna be the one to 'break rank' and...

    Guess I'm gonna be the one to 'break rank' and say I would prefer the higher magnification. I've got a Leupold 4-14 X 50 VX3 LR that I like a lot and it is an outstanding scope. It was on my 7mm...
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