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Offline storyteller

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Re: Wilderness Elk
« Reply #25 on: November 24, 2017, 04:54:29 PM »
I am just stating my opinion.   I have been reading the forum on and off today.   My son in law got me started in HW.  I love it, some of my highlights are articles, pictures from Naches Sportsman, PlateauNDN, Hirshey, Bone Addict, Saylean.    I was reading today about changes that Bone Addict and Bearpaw are considering with the subject matter focusing around nitpiking and negativity.   It is a sad moment when people like Natches Sportsman feel that the only relief is to back away for a while.   I think the word "badgering" would fit in well with "nitpiking".   I dont want anyones honey hole, I like hearing what works and what doesn't.   My son and I have been elk hunting down for our 13th year, have yet to bring home meat, we have had encounters with elk but either on the way out or just not the right amount of antlers.  We enjoy it, he is over hunting today for the weekend for late archery.

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Re: Wilderness Elk
« Reply #26 on: December 12, 2017, 04:14:28 PM »
I totally feel for ya, and know exactly how you feel. I dont share anything any more. I have worked my a$# off and been very sucessful at killing big rooseys and now the dead beats are like dang leeches, every move you make the slime ball suckers are there to bleed you. I dont post or share anything, its so bad i have a special vehicle i drive only during hunting season that no one knows is mine. Keep it real, and merry Christmas to all!


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