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Camo

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About Camo

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  • Birthday 11/22/1968

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Washington, a long ways from Coues
  • Interests
    Hunting when it's open, fishing when its not.
    Getting my fully employed, college graduate twin daughters out of the house.

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  1. Camo

    Good Guy Buyer List

    Please add Quagmire to the good list. Good to talk with and smooth transaction.
  2. Camo

    Vortex Kaibab 15x56HD **SOLD**

    Sold, thanks for everyone's interest.
  3. Camo

    Vortex Kaibab 15x56HD **SOLD**

    Thanks for the heads up, actually posted it there this morning.
  4. Camo

    Vortex Kaibab 15x56HD **SOLD**

    PM replied.
  5. Camo

    Vortex Kaibab 15x56HD **SOLD**

    To top for upcoming season.
  6. Recently reconditioned, 15x56HD, excellent condition. Includes everything original as seen in pics. $650 includes PayPal fee to cover you and insured shipping (from Washington) to your door (lower 48). I don't notice "non-local" adds on here so if this is not acceptable please advise. Thanks for looking.
  7. Outdoorsman Digiscoping case for iPhone 6 with 56MM adapter. Designed for the iPhone, this digiscoping body allows you to use our standard digiscoping rings on a sleek new phone case. This is brand new, never used. $50.00, PayPal TYD, thanks for looking. 56MM adapter fits: Swarovski 20-60 Eyepiece Swarovski 25-50 Eyepiece Zeiss Gavia 85 Zeiss Diascope 15x-45x Eyepiece Vortex Razor 20-60 Eyepiece Vortex Razor 22-48x65 Vortex Razor 16-48x55
  8. Unfortunately, like many I suppose, I didn't draw the tag. Which was a bit of a surprise to me considering the most recent available data prior to the draw showed a 1:1.25 chance of drawing. However, current data suggests that there is a definitive increase in demand that subsequently lowered the odds. Good news is I have a point going into next year, so OTC archery in January to do some needed scouting. Didn't want to be "that guy" that never reports back. Thanks for everyone's input.
  9. I am actually focusing on the south half of the unit, mostly because it was further from Payson but technically closer to Phoenix for whatever that is worth. The wilderness areas are kind of intriguing and the area to the east on Cherry Crk looks to have some slightly rougher country that might be self limiting? Really appreciate that insight though, gives me some optimism that I'm not headed in the completely wrong direction. No, not holding out for a giant yet but not interested in something immature either other than to verify I'm closer to the right areas. Really appreciate the feedback by all, thank you.
  10. All things being equal, food/cover/water, just making sure there wasn't some recognizable feature that would contribute to one area holding deer and not the next.
  11. I'm a little slower than average so I need all the help I can get, but I hear ya.
  12. I put in for an early 23 permit, looking for a hunt I can do most years, hopefully. I have heard many references about the deer being somewhat "pockety" in the central units. I have also read most everything I can find, here, as well as other forums and podcasts. Much advice is given regarding "patience" in glassing. I think I understand that to a degree, but I feel like it's going to be on an entirely different level. I have read where a number of you will glass from the same spot all day, which to me is the equivalent of an all day sit in a tree stand, which I am ok with. However, being 25 hours away, hunting pockety country, in an unfamiliar area, how do I find a balance between patience and finding those pockets? When do you determine it's time to move on? I think I understand the basics, glass the south slopes until sunrise, glass into the sun the rest of the day, change angles relative to shade. What specifically should I look for to locate those productive pockets relative to the remaining country? I have "seen the light" running my 10x binos on a tripod for mule deer up here for a number of years, so looking forward to putting my 15’s to use. Thanks for any thoughts.
  13. Camo

    Arizona Elk Bonus Pt.

    That's what I figured, thanks for the responses.
  14. Camo

    Arizona Elk Bonus Pt.

    Since the draw is run, and I didn't get in, can I still purchase a Bonus Pt. for this year? I can't seem to find anything regarding this in the regs.
  15. Non-Typical, appreciate the warning, but could I get you to expand on that? I have been spot checking the weather in various spots the last two weeks and it looks a little cooler with more precipitation in the form of both rain and snow, than I had initially expected. Is this a normal year in that regard? Are you suggesting that with the moisture that the roads get swampy and limit a lot of access? I have been in eastern Montana and Wyoming when it got wet and those places are no joke, but typically dry out reasonably quick.
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