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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    EVER HEARD OF COPY AND PASTE!!!!!
    Yeah, could have replied "All of the above !"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    EVER HEARD OF COPY AND PASTE!!!!!
    Cant paste dont want ya to laugh at the $$$$$$ beside what i have ta buy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbohunt View Post
    Cant paste dont want ya to laugh at the $$$$$$ beside what i have ta buy!
    Argghhhh....

    Yep, we're putting stands out this weekend and it's buy time...

    I need to get some new ratchet straps and a bunch of new bolts to replace stand bolts that are not looking good. Getting snack food stuff for the backpack too. That stuff is not cheap anymore either. I used to live on Hunt's Snack Pack in the timber. Now it costs so much that it's easier on the pocketboook to have wings at Hooters than buy that stuff...

    Also need new boots. GM has a sale going on with footwear right now so I'll probably head out and pay yet another $100+ for boots that last a year at best... Tired of paying those kind of bucks and not getting the life out of them. Heck, it's not like I drive the flintstones mobile where I need to use my feet to stop...

    And, I need to go to the range to figure out why the Allegiance is not shooting right. I put new string and cables on it about a month ago and it's not been the same. I shot the first 2 weeks of 3d-shoot 5-spot with it and it's just not right. We have a month to go so I'm not concerned... Looking forward to napping mid-day in the stand and killing Bambi at sundown... I love the late afternoon as opposed to morning. Makes my day...

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    Hey Ronhop, you should just go get a good pair of boots, what do you do to wear them out in 1 season? My boots are the almost the most important thing, (othern then bow) for hunting. Igot a set of danner trophys, on my third year hunting with them and their still like near new, I treat them several times a year though. And i do also only use them for hunting, but they get lots of miles logged on them for sure. Im not a fan of sore blisterd feet after a good day of hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    Wow, I'm with you. I pack some stuff in but geez, how can somebody carry all that by themselves ???

    The TP is an EXCELLENT idea and is been in my pack for a while. Been there, done that and learned a lesson...

    Ron
    Its a fiar load, but when your elk hunting in mt and start at 4 am and get back to the truck at 10 pm, you need lots of stuff. The pack is the easy work, the hard work is packing all the meat (sometimes) several miles back to the truck in 85+ deg weather with out letting it go bad and keeping it clean. A big bull will take 2 guys 3 trips to get out, and thats after its boned out, just the meat only and the head. so if your 1.5 miles out, your looking at 12 miles to get it all out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    We don't need to do that anymore. We can call it in or internet register the kill... The tags with the pre-printed numbers just need to be attached to the animal and the accompanying license needs to be on you...

    The only issue is that the tags used to have neat adhesive strips that you could stick around the leg/antlers. Now you need to bring some tape or string and attach the thing...

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