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  2. Flatlander

    What’s on the menu?

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  4. G_E_E

    What’s on the menu?

    For the most part I like cooking a head of time at home as well. The last thing I usually wanna do after a long day of hiking/hunting is spend a bunch of time cooking at camp. Much easier to just warm meals up in a microwave. But we always grill some T bone steaks of the fire at some point.
  5. ChaseSS

    Unit 10 Jr. hunt Big Bo

    Don't have a whole lot of info on muleys, had a late elk muzzy tag there last year and drew it again this year. I was using the Flatline Map for Unit 10 (runs about $40) and found it to be very accurate. Sending you a PM
  6. Anissa

    Helpful Hint

    I am completely agree. It is always better to have a scanned copy or at least have a photograph of license with you. It ensure that you have legal documents and help to barrow time to bring original one without any problem. Thanks for sharing good advice.
  7. firstcoueswas80

    Anyone going to Tucson this week?

    I drive to and from Casa Grande 5 days a week. I'll be happy to take it to the Northwest side of Tucson.
  8. Elkaholic1

    WTB vortex HD 27-60x85 spotter

    Looks like I just missed out on a deal but looking for a rzr hd 27-60x85 spotter straight or angled. Nw Tucson 9288125906
  9. zackcarp

    What’s on the menu?

    Corn bread and chili in Dutch ovens is great, Add honey for dessert. In a hurry, instant mashed taters with precooked steak or minute rice with sausage. Jambalaya is always good too.
  10. I have a crossbow, accessories, and target I need to get to a disabled vet in Tucson this week for an upcoming elk hunt next month. The lady vet needs time to get acquainted with it pre-hunt (we have someone down there lined up to help her do just that). Give me a call if you're making the trip and can help with the transport: (480)760-3868 ... Thanks! --- Tom

    What’s on the menu?

    We don't cook in camp much, usually just day old Bologna samiches and a beer then crash
  12. Lv2hnt

    Tag donation options

    Thanks to all who lent their support (we'll get a vet out hunting in a few weeks using an archery cow tag)! Like Flatlander said, Eddie has done a lot of good for everyone he reaches out to ...
  13. McSureAz

    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    Marana Az way down in the flats not far from all the cotton fields.
  14. trphyhntr

    1.5 Day Offshore Trip

    Should honestly all go to Mexico and drink bacanora
  15. Flatlander

    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    Where is her house?
  16. Flatlander

    What’s on the menu?

    Man, you guys must have time on your hands. I almost always cool in mass ahead of time and heat up the same batch of something every night before I rack out. Especially on early hunts, I can’t get in bed fast enough.
  17. broadhead

    Looking for a couple Hornady 143 ELDX bullets

    Thanks for the replies and offers to help, everyone. Got it taken care of!
  18. WT hunter

    1987 Suzuki Samurai $6500obo

    LOL 🥵
  19. Vowell

    Nice Boar

    Thanks again Keith! 10-12 but could be younger but he thought not older than 12
  20. WT hunter

    Sako l61r .338 win mag

    Your pic. did not show up on that bolt David
  21. AZbowhntr

    What’s on the menu?

    One thing that we always do at some point while we are hunting is green chili burritos using 505 Southwestern Hatch Valley green chile sauce and a Costco whole chicken that we shred and mix together. Add some sour cream, cheese and anything else that you like. Super easy and tastes great.
  22. Flatlander

    Hunt Guidelines Webcast

    Here are my notes after watching online: - Online black bear and my lion reporting is now available. https://www.azgfd.com/Hunting/Questionnaires/ Also here is a link to online harvest quotas and objectives. https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/azgfd-portal-wordpress-pantheon/wp-content/uploads/archive/BB-HARVEST-TRACKING-20190815.pdf They talked about changing a metric for, I believe, alternative management elk units from points per side of harvested bulls to an age based goal. There was an update on the Mt lion changes, basically showing that overall harvest hasn’t changed much since the changes made last year. Sounds like they did or will move quail opener back two weeks. I don’t hunt them so I didn’t pay much attention. Update on translocated antelope, quail, javelina and bighorn sheep. I had forgotten about the Rocky’s they dropped in Leonard canyon, looks like two operations totaling about 50 animals. Nothing earth shattering but a very good refresher on goals and objectives. Other than antelope our critters are doing pretty good and we don’t have the crazy swings other western states seem to have. Antelope in this state have big problems almost completely resultant from habitat fragmentation, which wasn’t really discussed.
  23. McSureAz

    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    Yeah they were all the same time though her back door. The second one she edited to send to AZGFD:
  24. muledeerarea33?

    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    Took me a second to see it on my phone. Then I said “woah! A lion!”
  25. AZbowhntr

    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    Were the pictures all of the same cat at the same time? The middle picture without the first and last pictures could be debated. But the first and last pictures are definitely of a lion.
  26. AZBull

    1987 Suzuki Samurai $6500obo

    I've gotten it up to 75+ but it's a white knuckle kind of ride. I try to keep it under 65 for top speed. It starts getting a little sloppy when you get it going too fast.
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