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Arizona poacher fined $16,000 -
posted 2 months ago
He should not be allowed to hunt, fish or possess a hunting license ever again!!
Punishment for poachers need to be harsh & make a point to stop this BS!!!
ALERT: 2019 Arizona elk and antelope draw deadline extended! -
posted 3 months ago
Arizona online system has problems just about every year! Its not the fault of last minute guys putting in, its there website!! If the deadline is midnite than the system should work flawlessly until that time. I put in early so I had no issues, but its the same scenario all the time with the Arizona website.
California wolves retain protections -
posted 4 months ago
I agree 100% with you!! Liberal politicians & liberal thinking has destroyed California, and it is beyond repair!!
APPLICATION STRATEGY 2019: Arizona Elk -
posted 4 months ago
Great write up with lots of info. One thing I would like to correct you on however is the loyalty point. You will receive a loyalty point after applying for 5 consecutive years. You will keep that point, but if you miss a year than you will lose the loyalty point & have start over
& apply another 5 consecutive years before you can earn it again.
How to pick apart the Arizona terrain for deer -
posted 5 months ago
I like to carry 10 x 42s around my neck, 15 x 56s & spotter in my pack. When I get to a spot where I want to glass I scan the area with the 10s first than set up the tripod with 15s. I find myself more & more leaving the spotting scope behind due to weight. The 15s usually have enough magnification to see what I want. I do still carry the spotter now & than.
Great article thanks!
Jillian C. Sanford
Kristen A. Schmitt