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Weapons & Ammo Classifieds / Re: WTB plain 870 barrel
« Last post by 71Shovelhead on Today at 07:52:27 AM »
morning Mudflat you have a PM about a barrel

Terry
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Muzzleloader Hunting / Re: Scopes for 2021 WA Muzzleloader season?
« Last post by Ghost Hunter on Today at 07:51:29 AM »
This might be it.  Shotguns, muzzleloader, crossbow.  One size fits all.

https://www.amazon.com/TRUGLO-Red-Dot-Crossbow-3-Dot-Sight/dp/B004Z5BVFO
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Other Classifieds / Fire wood
« Last post by duramax on Today at 07:46:13 AM »
Anyone have any seasoned fire wood for sale? Looking to buy a cord for summer backyard campfires.
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Bear Hunting / Re: Spring bear, 2021, DNRY
« Last post by stew pidasso on Today at 07:23:11 AM »
Last day gentlemen. Good luck

DNRY
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See: MEMORIALS / Re: RIP Ripper - Mark Wantola
« Last post by Boss .300 winmag on Today at 07:17:41 AM »
RIP Ripper.
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Trapping / Re: 2020-2021 season scoreboard
« Last post by idaho guy on Today at 07:03:49 AM »
12 coyotes
2 raccoon
2 skunk
5 porcupine
3 muskrat
1 otter
1 bobcat
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Fishing / Re: Cowlitz
« Last post by BigGoonTuna on Today at 06:59:08 AM »
my bet is that it's gonna be a mad house since WDFW outlawed fishing from boats on almost every other river anyone would want to put a sled in.

my own experience with the cowlitz since the early returning fish were discontinued is that it seems like things start to pick up in early march, then fizzle out when it should be getting good.  what a disappointment.
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Fishing / Re: Let's talk batteries
« Last post by RockChuck on Today at 06:42:12 AM »
Those lithiumís are light but spendy!! Are you thinking a wet lead acid or sealed batteries? Depending on space and weight requirements Trojan SCS225 is a good option or a bit bigger and heavier a pair of Trojan T1275
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Yes, poison was the ticket and it still took a very long time and a pile of money, I think it started about 1915.  Still in the tool box today for government agencies.  You might check the stats in the great lakes region of the USA and Alberta
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Trapping / Re: Checking traps without having to go there?
« Last post by idaho guy on Today at 06:22:51 AM »
Just to be clear, I check 90% of my stuff from my own two feet. There are a couple of sets where I'd have to leave my vehicle along a very public road, then loose a couple of hundred feed in elevation to get to the bottom of were there is some great beaver activity.  On those sets, I'm in the air in about 5 minutes, and at 30mph I'm able to get down into the valley and see exactly what I have going on for the day.  Obviously, if the trap is occupied, then I'll have to go down into the hole anyways, but when it's not, I just gained an hour and a lot of sweat by not climbing down and up again.

Now, what I really need is a drone with enough payload that I could snag the trap and fly it back!!!
 

Thatís how I understood your intended use. I think it would be useful and a legal way to spot check certain sets along the line while walking/driving to check the rest of the line :tup: I donít see any legal issues but think youíre smart double checking.
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