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I would love to go on an elk hunt one day
I’ll come kill one with you mate
When and where?
I’ll make him into summer sausage and eat it over years
Still have 4 sticks from my last buck several years back lmao
I think it was 7 years ago actually
Archery is 08/25-09/23. I have a tag along for my rifle hunt. I’m in Colorado Springs.
I’m not currently set up to process my own animal, outside of steaks I gotta bring it to a butcher.
I also hunt birds. Grouse, ducks, geese, doves, and pheasants. I have a 6 month old pointer that will be ready to hunt this year.
I got two does last season was plenty for me. Me and my buddy have been wanting to do an elk hunt for years.
Nice man. This will be my third year going for elk. No meat yet. I’ve shot deer with my bow. And rifle deer is easy mode.
Y'all get them mule deer out there
Colorado mostly has mule deer. Some white tails that stick to river bottoms.
Do they taste/butcher any different?
They looked small when I saw them out there or at least compared to white tail.
Mule deer are pretty much the same size as the white tails here. I also think they taste just as good as white tails, which I had grown up hunting.
This thing is so sick my dudes...
Just got it the other day, tried it out...good napper.
I love Eno hammocks great product
I have an Eno double nest. Very cozy.
Did some early morning dove hunting.
Yeah of course. We're just finishing up cleaning them.
Don't get much meat off them, but it's good eating.
Man, I love dove. Smoke it or cook it up like squirrel or coon, ummm so good.
I thought you guys might like this. It's my boss's trophy wall.
This is my trophy wall. It's a bit smaller.
Nice! Dove season has started here too. I’m going Sunday for them. 😀😀
Both are beautiful walls.
what about city camouflage?
i would imagine none of these would work well in a city
@YourFundamentalTheorum I think in a city you'd be better off trying to blend in with the populace. Camo would stick out. If you had to disappear and drop your gear wrist case scenario I think you'd want to be indistinguishable
look at police uniforms plain black blue or grey is best for cities @YourFundamentalTheorum
unironically a plain black or grey hoodie is best for urban, weather permitting. Looters and/or police may be attracted to anyone tactical or bushy.
My fav city camo is "grey man" like the guys above say, blend in.
Getting some skittles
I recently bought a new comfy but cheap grey t-shirt and grey hoodie for flyering. Hopefully this week I'll get to try them out.
And a plain hat, no logo
I have a well used black hoodie from American Apparel. Rarely put the hood on.
Aviators might be a bit much. Not trying to ape Uncle Ted's look.
I look like an Ayy lmao with ayyviators anyway
I use obnoxious colored cheap sunglasses...people see me and think, "who's this guy think he is, lol, okay Hollywood" then the poster goes up.
My outfit says, "I'm a local"
The art of distraction lol
My glasses say, "This guy is pretentious, I'm going to ignore him and laugh."
The nice thing about the glasses, is that they are so blatant, and the outfit is so not memorable, I can take them off and they'll be looking for the guy with the neon glasses with nothing else to go on.
That's my take on it.
Grey hoodie can work well, depends how you're built. I carry posters in a laptop bag I got at the apple store years ago, smallest messenger bag I could find.
I look like a yuppie.
Also, women remember shoes very well, I try to make mine as plain and uncharacteristic as possible.
common black chucks in near-new condition, or comfy vans
No red New Balance? (kidding)
I need to get some.
I was joking because that's the unofficial uniform of the DS book clubs
Has anyone killed an Elk? This is my third season going after these beautiful animals. I went archery hunting, and had zero luck. I’m going with a rifle in November. Just wondering what your guys experience is.
Cool job site for conservation and ecological work - https://wfscjobs.tamu.edu/job-board/
@Felden - CO No, never. The population is growing in SW OK, thanks to a booming population at a National Wildlife Refuge and expansion outward, but I never have taken one. Better have friends to help you with the work afterwards, do you have an ATV or some kind of cart?
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN where I hunt, no wheels are allowed. Only humans and hoof. I have to quarter out my animal in 2-3 trips.
Ah, a wilderness area. Imagine thinking horses are less disruptive than bikes. -__-'
Lol yeah. Those piles of horse apples cause more disruption than bikes.
About 30 of these guys walk into my yard every day.
One of the new jakes has a huge beard
Neat! Huge flocks spotted here in SW OK
I love elk hunting with full bars of LTE. 😀
I already posted this in farming but I thought you rangers might like it too.
My cousin got him.
With his legs up behind his head like that it looks like he's just chillin.
Constantinople not Istanbul
Looks like dinner was running late.
Always remember boys nature is dangerous. This is my dad's dog. He's fine btw.
porcupined! poor doggo
You might not be surprised to hear that this isn't the first time he's picked a bad fight. He's been skunked twice. He's a monster hunting dog though. When he was younger he used to catch pheasants by himself.
Diverse and vibrant Asian ticks
3rd world diseases are part of their culture bigot
I may have revealed my power level in my last paper of my last class.
"As usual, the human element is most tricky. As the postmodern, banal, suburban sprawl consumes all that was once good in this world, animals find themselves struggling to exist in our drywall matrix. In arid or sparse environments, animal interactions can become more drastic and desperate. It is important that municipalities, counties, and relevant state and federal authorities adequately educate and regulate people into their own best practices, such as garbage storage in bear country, or not hiking alone in the land of cougars and ravenous pit bulls. Unfortunately the pretense of democracy requires every interest (no matter how sullied) to be considered. This may be done in onerous public hearings or instead labyrinthine bureaucratic lawyer fights. At the end of the day, the wildlife habitat manager can only hope that the least amount of damage to all living creatures is done, and the least amount of ground is lost to the eternal Wal-Mart."
Buzzwords of pretend intellectualism, activate!
But is your professor based?
They are an avid duck hunter and have apprehended Chinese-paid poachers. Who knows?
That's as edgy as it got, the rest was a dry rundown on Leopold-style habitat management.
Sounds about as close as you'll get for a professor
My program does have some confirmed based profs though.
One said "portland should be fenced off for a year"
I'm going kangaroo spot lighting tonight. I'll try to get some pictures for you guys.
Please do! I’m very jealous of you this past week or so lol
We got 3 roos and 3 wombats.
The kangaroos we got were pretty small. There was a bit of a thunderstorm in the distance and we think that might have driven some of them away from the property we were hunting. My GF's brother said that on a good night they might get as many as 10.
We saw one big red buck but he got down into a creek bed and we couldn't get him back out.
@Der Seeteufel - SD I've eaten roo before but how's that wombat taste?
@RevStench they use the meat for dogs or leave them for the foxes.
Oh ok, seems like a waste.haha I guess the dogs have to eat too.
That’s what I’m talking about
Small enough to be wallabies unless they’re actually young roos
@VinceChaos they were a breed of smaller kangaroos. The one that is pictured is a female scrubber that I shot. My GFs brother shot the other two roos and they were blues and both about that size. Reds are the ones that get to be as tall as a man. I shot all three wombats we got but I'm not sure if I should post all the pictures I got. Some are pretty graphic. We go for headshots and .223 pretty much demolishes them.
Nice my knowledge is a little rusty. The reds are my favorite animal. What a treat
GFs brother shot a big boomer today. You can see how much bigger he is than the other 3 we had in the cold storage from before.
what kind of fire starting kit would someone have used in the 19th century? I'm reading a book about the Yukon and it sounded like they were able to start a fire anywhere, possibly with green wood even.
One trick I learned in the boy scouts was to use branches near the bottom of an evergreen tree. They would stay dry in rain or snow and in the case of deep snow, the base of the tree would make a great shelter. You could also use the sap as a firestarter.
are there any saps which make it harder to light the limbs?
My governor. Unfortunately the woman is the governor, but still pretty good post.
Every man in the US should be issued a boar skin coat
Do any of you guys fly fish? I’d love to send you some of the flys I’ve tied. They look like this, but with differing colors.
I use this style of fly for 80% of the trout I catch. The other 20% I use steamers or midges.
Are there any falconers in IE?
@Mojave Paisan - NV no. But a few of us do go after small game; both upland and waterfowl.
@Mojave Paisan - NV I confess I actually looked into falconry once. In my state at least, it's actually really hard to get a license to do it. A whole lot of training and classes.
@Will - MD It seems like in Nevada you just have to be an apprentice for a couple years and pass an inspection to certify that you have all of the right equipment and housing facilities.
My bird dog doesn't like the snow.
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