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  1. DIY muzzleloader Mule deer CO

    Quote Originally Posted by dhoshour View Post
    The hunting in 74 for ML is best around timberline, which is 11,500 ft. If you're from the East, that elevation is a serious matter, especially if you plan on hunting solo.

    Be sure to take a water filter and drink as much water as you can on your way and when you get there, because it is dry and you'll need to watch out for altitude sickness which hydration helps with. Take it slow ascending. If you can get your hands on something like Cialis, it will help. I know, it sounds strange,
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  2. $1,149.84

    Quote Originally Posted by IsThisHeaven? View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzH View Post
    Feel free to not "buy" anything you want, including a NR hunting license in Montana. If you want cheap R licenses, pick up and move to Montana.

    Here's what I know, Resident hunters do many things that you don't as a NR. Each state has a bunch of people that volunteer countless hours attending legislative sessions to support good bills, kill bad ones, and do what's best for wildlife. There are dozens of NGO's in each state that donate a chitload of cash to fund all sorts
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  3. DIY Brooks Range Alaska Caribou Hunt

    I am trying to plan an Alaskan caribou hunt for next year in the Brooks Mountain range for myself and two buddys and have a few questions for anyone that has done this in the past. I would like to hunt an area about 150 miles outside of Bettles Alaska and am curious is to how much it will cost to fly in via bush plane. What are the typical Weight limitations, and if we d.o each get a caribou what is the best method to return the meat and antlers to the states, Preferably the cheapest.
  4. Outdoor edge Razor lite VS Havalon

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearslayer705 View Post
    I have both knives and both work great. The only thing I do not like about the razor lite is that the cost of replacement blades, $9.95 for only 6 blades where you can get 100 replacement blades for $35.00 for the Havalon. That is why I only buy and give Havalon knives as gifts and recommend Havalons as the best bet unless you like buying the 6 blades at a time at the large price of $9.95 which is 1/3 the price of the knife.
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  5. Outdoor edge Razor lite VS Havalon

    Quote Originally Posted by Bearslayer705 View Post
    I have both knives and both work great. The only thing I do not like about the razor lite is that the cost of replacement blades, $9.95 for only 6 blades where you can get 100 replacement blades for $35.00 for the Havalon. That is why I only buy and give Havalon knives as gifts and recommend Havalons as the best bet unless you like buying the 6 blades at a time at the large price of $9.95 which is 1/3 the price of the knife.
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