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Fishing / Re: New Salmon Rod Advice, help me spend my $$
« Last post by Dirty Mike on Today at 10:33:50 PM »
 :twocents: infinity is a much nicer rod than the redlines that being said redlines are a good rod but made in china. If im buying a china rod i like the sst by okuma they make one for every type of fishing and run 60-80 bucks and gives you room to buy a nice reel.
Bear Hunting / Re: my fist bear
« Last post by lokidog on Today at 10:22:13 PM »
Beauty! Congratulations!
Bear Hunting / Re: my fist bear
« Last post by pashok23 on Today at 10:20:55 PM »
Bow Hunting / Re: Eyesight and small pins
« Last post by Fullabull on Today at 10:18:12 PM »
I had the same problem. I went to a single pin sight and all is good.
Butchering, Cooking, Recipes / Re: high dollar cast iron
« Last post by lokidog on Today at 10:16:34 PM »
I've never used a lid on my cast iron frying pans. If I need a lid, I'll use a dutch oven.  :) 

If you find a decent #10, at a good price, that you don't want, let me know.  My #9 is just a little too small to cook an antire lingcod filet.
Elk Hunting / Re: dream bull
« Last post by Tbar on Today at 10:09:29 PM »
Wheels, I hope your dream is realized someday soon.  Good luck in the draw next month!
Butchering, Cooking, Recipes / Re: high dollar cast iron
« Last post by Special T on Today at 10:06:56 PM »
Chuck steak seared and tossed the oven for 2 hrs at 350 deg with a little Montreal Steak Seasoning.

What do you guys with larger numbers of skillets do for lids? I've passed on some nice pieces because with out a lit I dont think I would use it.

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All Other Gear / Re: Cabelas RIP
« Last post by lokidog on Today at 10:05:54 PM »
I got a new landing net for $16.50 out the door, $10 coupon, some Cabelas $$ on my card, but yeah, not what it used to be. I used to stop by just to peruse the Bargain Cave, that won't happen anymore.... I just wish Sportco or Sportsmans would have a store on the north end of the crap hole called King County......
Thatís a shame. The crow is a huge reservation but doesnít have a lot of members so it probably wonít be devastating to the herd on the Wyoming side.They really have no need to hunt off the reservation because the hunting on the crow side is good and the reservation is huge. I worry more about the precedent for other areas. You were right idahhunter but does it feel good? Someday I would hope common sense would prevail on some of these cases. It doesnít look like it will wildlife and proper management are the losers here. I know itís not over I guess we will see how the rest goes.
Backcountry Hunting / Re: What Permits Do I Need?
« Last post by captpschar on Today at 09:52:17 PM »
Most wilderness areas have permit boxes at trailheads that you can fill out. They are free permits for day use. If you are camping in wilderness area you might need to pay a small fee. I would talk to US forest service, they manage the wilderness areas.

This is a good idea, I'll call around tomorrow morning to be sure.  Thanks man.
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