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Six elk poached north of Bitner Fire Station in Utah -
posted 1 month ago
Someone had to of seen something, Glenwild is right there, so is the Preserve (gated community's). Mostly second home owners but hundreds of full time homeowners. Everyone that works or lives in the area knows that herd very well.
Overall harvest numbers down in Idaho -
posted 1 month ago
Uneducated? Do some research? I did draw Moose with MAX points a few years ago. According to this site it's a .03% chance with zero points, 2,300 people applying for 13 tags. Can you imagine a 20 year old drawing at random? Thank god 50% go to max points! I also completely understand it's a flawed system, so does the state, that's why we have wildlife board meetings. They do listen to the public, we just passed the new rule on turning in tags, I wished it would have been longer than 30 days. Anyways yes I'll stand by the currant point system and hope all states go to it.
In my opinion if they would just limit certain areas, go to a draw/point system, it would improve in this topic as well.
Basics to long-range hunting gear -
posted 2 months ago
Dark Hole is correct. Talk to a dozen long range builders and get a dozen different answers. Bottom line is if your in the market then make sure you shoot the gun your buying first. The totally honest builders will take a deposit, build, then shoot 1,000 yards in front of you. Provide load data, etc.
Tripod Strength & Durability — The goHUNT Stress Test -
posted 2 years ago
No need on the Bino's Casey A.
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