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About CouesWhitetail

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  1. Hey All, Forum member Darren Freestone has put together another great Coues Buck Calendar for us! The calendars feature excellent photos of Coues Bucks for each month. And they have moon phases as well as the date that hunt applications are due for Arizona. If you are interested in getting one, they are available in the CWT store. I only have a limited quantity, so if you want one, better jump on it soon. Calendars are $20 plus shipping. My cell phone pics of the calendar pages are a little fuzzy, but the calendar looks great and is well printed. http://store.coueswhitetail.com/coues-bucks-of-arizona-calendar-by-darren-freestone/
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    2021 Coues Calendar Release Date?

    Thanks for asking and yes, the calendars are available in the CWT store. Bonecollector posted the link above, but here is it again. http://store.coueswhitetail.com/coues-bucks-of-arizona-calendar-by-darren-freestone/
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    Happy Birthday Amanda!

    And Happy Birthday to you as well!!
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    Happy Birthday Amanda!

    Not sure the song influenced my name, but I certainly had people sing that song to me a lot when I was growing up!
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    Happy Birthday Amanda!

    Thanks so much for all the wonderful birthday wishes! I indeed had a great birthday....actually it was more like birthday week filled with glassing, camping, fall foliage trips, great meals with friends and more. It was great! Thanks to you all for your kind thoughts and birthday wishes, I appreciate it
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    Sad news- Hoghunter

    Yes, this is so true. May God be with him and may he rest in Peace! what a shock to hear this news!
  7. CouesWhitetail

    Rules For Classifieds

    No, there are no rules governing how a buyer and seller come to terms and handle the deal. There is a rule of no commercial sellers in the classifieds...it's intended to be for private sales, so hunters can buy and sell gear their gear.
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    Amanda Heads up

    Maybe try refreshing browser on your tablet? What browser do you use?
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    Amanda Heads up

    fyi, for those who were having trouble logging in from their phones, please try it now. Tech support fixed some crashed tables. Working for me from my phone now. Make sure you refresh your browser so it's getting the fixed site.
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    Amanda Heads up

    Yes, I haven't been doing much coues videoing lately. But videoing that buck was a fun one, thanks for the memory!
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    Amanda Heads up

    Thanks guys, working to get it figured out. I see the same error on when trying to login from my phone, but not when accessing with my computer.
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    500 error messages

    Yes, it appears to be all fixed now. Some of the database tables had some issues, but tech support fixed it. Thanks to everyone for your patience and letting me know of the issues.
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    Cool Quail

    Very cool! thanks for sharing. Like you said, it's probably a leucistic bird. for those unfamiliar with the term it basically means the bird has a mutation that makes the pigment not deposit in the feathers normally. more info on leucism https://www.thespruce.com/bird-leucism-387342
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    Loved the stories....she must have been a great woman!
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    Missing hunters in Mexico

    I was gonna post that link. Pretty wild story. Especially the part where they said the kidnappers were nice to them. quote from article: The Texans said their captors treated them surprisingly well. “They were nice to me, and to be honest with you, did not hurt us in any way,” Williams reported. Chapman recalled, “Every other word out of their mouth was, ‘No problem, you’ll be OK. We don’t hurt Americans.’” After 11 hours, the captors had arrived where they wanted to go. They gave the Texans back their cellphones and the rest of their property. “Everything that had been taken,” Williams said. But that was not the biggest surprise. “It seems wild, but they washed our vehicles and put fuel in them,” Williams said. Chapman recalled that they only washed his nephew’s truck. “And detailed it,” Chapman told The Daily Beast. “Mine’s still dirty.”