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Lazy-H98

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  • Birthday 02/19/1970

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  1. Lazy-H98

    I HATE AZGFD online system!!!!!

    I do the same. All my app confirmation emails (wife and kids), goes into a separate folder in my email titled, "Arizona Big Game Draw". I also hate the order number thing.
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    Ladder test with a diy wireless camera

    Yes the DIY guys like me are interested.
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    Credit Card Hit

    It will hit Arizona Game an Fish Department $135 (per elk tag).
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    25 creedmoor anyone?

    Sweet! Thank you!
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    25 creedmoor anyone?

    Can you shed some light on the $10 Tikka spring trigger? Have not heard of this?
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    Using salt and cameras to locate a specific buck

    +1 on the visit soon there after to verify all is good from CatfishKev. I also take along a plastic torpedo level, to make sure my box is on the level for stellar pics. I know, mas loco, my wife and kids remind me all the time.
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    Using salt and cameras to locate a specific buck

    Cattle will be your Nemesis, if they are in the vicinity, the will find and destroy it. Nothing worse than a card full of cattle. When using salt, set it and forget it. They will find it. All game seem to always find mine, usually in a day or two. Set your time interval based on card size and how often you plan to check on them. Also keep an eye batteries. Dead batteries can also ruin your day. I've tried them all (water softener pellets, salt nuggets and trace mineral blocks). I prefer the trace mineral bricks (brown). I pick mine up at Cal Ranch or Tractor Supply. I usually break them into cubes with my mason chisel. I get 6 cubes out of one brick. For me they blend in much better then a bright white pile on the mountainside. When in cube form they pack much better too. Some deer and elk like to nose or push the salt blocks around, when in cube form not so much. Now is the time to get your salt and cameras out. Personally I wait until after the general javelina seasons are over, just to be on the safe side. When the bucks and bulls are in velvet, they seem to really hit the salt hard, once they shed their velvet, not so much. Good luck and post some pics of your set up. Al
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    Ted gets his shot

    AZ_SAWBUCK-well said sir.
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    Ted gets his shot

    A few years back Arizona Game and Fish wanted to drum up some interest for the OTC opportunities down south. To help promote the OTC deer, javelina, cudimondi, quail and predator hunting in January, they invited Randy Newberg and crew. Since then they have been pounding 36B. Now the likes of Gritty Bowman, Ryan Lampers, HUSH and the Hunting public are clearing their schedules to spend January down in Arizona every year.
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    2020 Javelina

    Awesome pics! Congrats.
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    When I see javelina.....

    Looks great!
  12. Lazy-H98

    Points for unit 1

    If you are asking about average bulls for unit 1, its in the 320 to 330 range right now.
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    What’s the deal with Hoyt

    +1. He eluded to the change in his year end Nock On podcast that he had some ideas that Hoyt was not quite on board with. He also has a plan to try and bring in new people to the archery world. Although lengthy, his podcast with Pete painted the picture of the vision both he and PSE share. BTW-PSE has been around for 50 years. '96 PSE Nova '18 Bear Marshall
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    Big Coues Buck Hit! Need help....

    +1. Loss of blood such as this will cause game to feel the sensation of dehydration/thirst, and subsequently head to water. Best of luck to you. You mentioned Shwacker, what grain and what is the draw weight of your bow, just curious?
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    Late rifle coues

    Wow. Nice pics. Congrats and thanks for sharing.
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