Nice! Congratulations to your party. Wonderful stories. And you’re a tough nut doing all that while still taking chemo therapy.
My brothers and I trapped every year till we graduated from high school. That’s we how we made money in the winter. Loved it.
The pic of you in this thread looks a little different the pic of you in the Bison thread.
Zoning, now that’s good to know stuff. From now on, when I want order something I’ll turn the ads back on and go from here. Pretty cool. No google.
This will be good. Looking forward to following along with you.
There it is!
My son, son in law, and I were all successful on a Spring bear hunt in Alberta this year. A rug with backing and boiled and prepared skull is...
Well, I think as long as the actual hunt is with traditional muzzleloaders using traditional hunting methods, I think the use and sharing of...
Another welcome from Texas. I’m sorry to read that you will be selling all of your gear.
Around here, the linemen that work for the electric coop wear flea/tick collars around their boots just above the ankle. Works like a charm.
Oh. I posted it thumbnail style. If you click on it, it will expand to full size for easier reading
I copied this post from Loyalist Dave (hope he doesn’t mind). He explains it better than I can. Hope this helps.
Somebody buy this. Please.
A .58 caliber GPR! You have a magnificent hunting rifle sir. Do you happen to know the twist rate of the rifling? A slower twist rate and you...
Welcome to the forum, this a great place to be for info on traditional muzzleloaders. I love New Mexico, especially up around Chama and Tres...
Wow is right.
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