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idahostatesman
01:37:36 Thu
Aug 25 2005

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Share some of your hunting stories.

  
SCIDFISH
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After hunting for a couple days, all I saw was ATV's.
Apparently the rules are not required for the owners of ATV's
I have one and get off the unit to hunt rather than run up and
around the hills at high speed, hoping to disturb something to
kill.

I have concluded that ATV's should be confiscated and
impounded when rhey are used for hunting. We can't have
Law Enforcement behind every tree, rather we need to
have responsible individuals. Using a ATV's to haul out the
game is good.:smash:

  
colt45
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Back in the day , my dad and I went deer hunting . We walked in a big circle for about 4 hours and saw nothing . Back at the truck dad was unloading his .06 when a small chipmunk hoped up on a log . The great white hunter drew a bead on this dangerous beast and ---------- he vaporized it .
I tried to find the tail so I could "mount" it . (as a joke) Nothing --- it was like Scotty had beamed it up .
It would of looked good over dad's fireplace .
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bushbasher
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I was with 4 other guys when a deer ran through a meadow. Everyone opened up on it. It fell on the far side of the meadow and started screaming. It sounded like Help Help Help. It wouldn't shut up so one of my friends sawed its throat in half with his buck knife to make it stop. Its eyes were bugging out. The animal was begging for its life. Then we cleaned it. I've smelled septic tanks that were far better. We drug it through the dirt on a hot day back to the truck. I haven't shot anything since.

  
colt45
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bushbasher --------- Good !
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woodsman1st
16:42:39 Wed
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A typical anti-hunting fabrication; either that, or a bunch of nimrods out hunting and not knowing what they are doing. "four guys opened up on it and it still ran too the other side of the meadow; nobody knew how to shoot I guess; 1 shot should have done it!
Four guys dragged this deer through the dirt?; 4 guys and you could not carry it?; no game bag to keep the dirt and leaves off the deer?; seems like some basic hunting skills are sadly lacking!
It smelled like a septic tank when we cleaned it; yeah gut shots will do that; see the end of the first paragraph for the solution.
The rest of this PETA message is so ridiculous it's not worth commenting about.

If you did not care for that "wild taste" try soaking it in deisel fuel for a week; that should help it.

I too am glad your not hunting anymore; of course it's doubtfull you ever did go hunting telling a PETA tale like that.
[1 edits; Last edit by woodsman1st at 16:43:59 Wed Feb 8 2006]

  
colt_45
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woodsman1st ----------------- You are the poster boy for hunters -------------- dumber than a sack of wet mice .
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woodsman1st
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Reddog; so your an anti-hunter as well?...I am surprised. However even an anti-hunter with any brains has to recognize that tale as a fabrication based on a lack of knowledge.

  
colt_45
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woodsman1st --------------- No , just idiots with guns.
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woodsman1st
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NOW HERE IS A TRUE STORY ABOUT SMART GRIZZLY BEARS!

Sometime back in the 60's I was in an area known as Fairwell Alaska; my little J3 Piper Cub had a fuel problem and I was forced to land on a gravel bar...no big deal.

As I was hiking out to the little FAA settlement called Fairwell I had a hair-raising experience. As I rounded a large granite outcropping, I surprised a big old grizzy at 20 yards...too darn close for comfort. As I backed up towards a tree that was about 25 feet tall; the grizzly decided to charge. I quickly slipped my Trapper Nelson Backpack off my shoulder and threw it on the ground in front of the Grizzly; as he stopped to maul my Trapper Nelson, I raised my 35 Whelan and pulled the trigger....CLICK! Nothing happend; not knowing if it was a misfire, or if I had a broken fireing pin, I dropped the rifle and quickly climbed up the tree with the Grizzly right behind me; I made it to the top of this small tree just in time.

When the Grizzly stood on his hind legs, the bottoms of my feet were only about 3 feet above his extended paws that were swinging and slashing at my feet. Then the Griz droped to all fours and began chewing and digging at the roots of this small tree; then he would stand up and push and pull the tree trying to knock me out. He made that little tree sway a lot; but could not knock me out of it; so he went back to digging and chewing at the roots; then back up to pushing and pulling on the tree. I hung on for dear life. This was one smart Griz as I was soon to find out.

After about 45 minutes of of the above action the Griz took off. I waited up in the tree for about a half hour to be sure he was gone; then slowly climbed down. I went right over to my rifle and jacked the shell out, and sure enough there was no indentation on the primer...I had a broken fireing pin. Just as I was about to leave, I looked up and here came that Grizzly again; only this time he had brought back another Griz to help him get me out of the tree. I scrambled right back up in that tree as high as I could go; which was not very high.

Then the two of them worked together chewing and digging at the roots of the tree; then they would both stand up on their hind legs and push and pull that tree so much it really started swingging badly...I was long past being scared now; I was terrified; and screaming at the top of my lungs. This went on for almost an hour; but they couldn't shake me out. I didn't know Grizzly Bears were smart enough to go get help; I would quickly learn just how smart they were.

After what seemed like forever they finally left; but I was too scared to get right down out of the tree. Trying to see if they were just hiding behind that granite outcropping I would break off small branches and throw them at the outcropping...nothing.

I finally got up enough courage to climb down out of that tree; I quickly grabbed my rifle and backpack and was just about to hightail it out of there

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