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Wolves / Re: Creeping west
« Last post by jackelope on Today at 10:52:29 PM »
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Trapping / Re: 2018/19 Scoreboard
« Last post by Turner89 on Today at 10:47:30 PM »
4- beaver
2- otter
6- rats
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Elk Hunting / Re: Chemical Spraying
« Last post by Mudman on Today at 10:45:28 PM »
I said it before, Go Spray your Garden if you feel its harmless!  Do it.  Stop weeding and cultivating.  Spray it all around the well house too, yearly, by the gallon.  Suggestions of good weed killer to use are Glyph. Atrazine, 2-4-D, 4L crosshair, Transline, Velpar, to get ya started.  Don't worry there is many more if these don't make ya feel safe.  HUGE $$$ telling the public these are safe...  Kind reminds be of a modern asbestos scandal.  Wonder if George Soros invests in these companies? :chuckle:    :bdid:
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Guns and Ammo / Re: Winchester Model 70 EW SS or Kimber Montana
« Last post by mountainman on Today at 10:43:46 PM »
Gotta watch that heart beat when shooting a factory gun on a range.  :rolleyes:. I would suggest a portable blood pressure set up along with natural sounds like a Whale talk recording or such. Something natural and calming. May want to keep a metal file in your pocket like Tom Berenger in "Sniper" to make sure there's no burrs on those "Projectiles". :tup: May squeeze that 1/4 Moa tighter out of that bad boy. I like to use a really smooth , soft fuzzy blanket on the bench top when I get serious about pounding targets on the range! But that's just me.😷 also helps from wearing holes on the right elbow of all my jackets.
Everyone has their own style..
Welcome back😉
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Out Of State Hunting / Idaho elk hunting near WSU/ palouse zone 8,8A,11A
« Last post by Drewb16 on Today at 10:28:14 PM »
I am going to be attending WSU this fall and was thinking of buying my Idaho elk tag to do some archery hunting as it would be much closer and give me more days and time spent hunting than driving 5 hours back home.  I have never hunted Idaho before and have been researching it and I'm trying to decide what zone to buy a tag for and where to hunt. I was thinking of maybe buying the palouse tag for units 8, 8A, and 11A as this is the closest zone to Pullman and would be the most convenient zone to hunt. If anyone has any experience in this zone I would like to hear some success stories/ what to expect or tips on where to go scout or if this zone isn't the best for elk and if I should look elsewhere into other zones instead. Any info on deer hunting in this area would be welcomed as well as I may buy a deer tag also. Since I'm a broke college kid I want to make the most out of purchasing an out of state tag so any and all information will be greatly appreciated! Thank you
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Guns and Ammo / Re: Winchester Model 70 EW SS or Kimber Montana
« Last post by NWShooter on Today at 10:17:20 PM »
Gotta watch that heart beat when shooting a factory gun on a range.  :rolleyes:. I would suggest a portable blood pressure set up along with natural sounds like a Whale talk recording or such. Something natural and calming. May want to keep a metal file in your pocket like Tom Berenger in "Sniper" to make sure there's no burrs on those "Projectiles". :tup: May squeeze that 1/4 Moa tighter out of that bad boy. I like to use a really smooth , soft fuzzy blanket on the bench top when I get serious about pounding targets on the range! But that's just me.😷 also helps from wearing holes on the right elbow of all my jackets.
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Contests, Events, Organizations, Charity / Youth Outdoors Unlimited
« Last post by TurkeyHntr on Today at 10:09:56 PM »
Please see the website and Facebook page for our upcoming events

https://www.youthoutdoorsu.org/
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