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Jimmer Negamanee

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    No deer for me in a border unit this year but found my smallest shed yet. (I'm also attaching a pic of several other finds along with the 1933 book The Log of an Arizona Trailblazer by John A. Rockfellow. It was cool to read an eye-witness account of Arizona's formative years with an emphasis on southern AZ.)
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    Got tickted by azgf

    I'd hate for it to interfere with our hunt. Maybe can ask to continue the arraignment (or whatever they call it) for the reason that you'll be out of town on the date set (you don't have to say you'll be out hunting). If you do that though, just make sure you are at the new date set. Who knows, maybe the prosecutor has a diversion type program or they may offer to let you plead responsible to some civil violation and pay a fine.
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    Draw odds

    Interesting. I always figured you couldn't put in for the same hunt for your first and second choice so thank you for the information. Is there any benefit to doing putting in for the one hunt for first and second choices versus just putting in for that hunt as your first choice?
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    Rut Activity

    ^^^ Great footage trphyhntr! Thanks for posting.
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    Welcome! You're a great writer and we're always in need of a good story around here. Thanks for posting.
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    Desert tourtuse found. Pictures added

    The picture proves the "Sulcata" guesses right. It's an African spurred (or spur-thighed) tortoise. The Latin name is Centrochelys sulcata, and it's often called a sulcata tortoise based on the species name. They can live to be 100. They are also notorious for burrowing deep and winding tunnels. They can tunnel out of fenced yards and jiggle gates until the gate pops open and then they make their rather slow-speed escape. They can be very sweet. I hope the owners are looking for him and I hope you find them! His home could be further away than you think. They make slow but steady progress when they decide to go on a walkabout.
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    Beautiful! I've been wondering how the monsoon was down there. Looks nice and green. Thank you for posting.
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    Getting home early

    I can imagine the post-incident safety briefing. "Honey, if someone sneaks on to the farm and starts doing chores, don't shoot 'em till they finish!" Seriously though, I'm glad you're ok. You've got the story of a lifetime here.
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    Picture of an elk

    Wow! Could be on a poster or elk calendar. Thanks for posting.
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    A few coues In 22s

    Great bucks! Thanks for posting.
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    I have a doubler for my old Swaro SLC 15s that came with the binos when I bought them 2nd (maybe 3rd) hand 15 years ago. So I'm talking about almost geriatric binoculars. (They were once top of the line, and are still pretty dang good though. I'm just saying that they're old.) Here's my experience. (And my eyeballs are over 50 years old too. So take that into account. Your mileage may vary.) I'd be glassing a extreme distance, and see that gray shape that looks like a bedded coues deer. I'd stare and stare until my eyes started playing tricks on me. Then I'd search through my pack, find the doubler, unscrew the occular eye-cup on the binos, and screw on the doubler. Then look again. Instead of being doubled, it looked like I increased the size of the image by like 5 or 10% while simultaneously degrading the image quality. So most of the time I wished I just stayed behind the 15s waiting for an ear flick or a head turn instead of wasting time attaching the doubler. BUT, there have been a couple of time where taking out the doubler has resulted in a quick "Nope. That's a stump." an I've found it helpful. I've not had the heart to sell my doubler but I don't pack it anymore either. If you have old swaros and want to borrow it, PM me.
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    Mountain lion or Bobcat??

    I actually think it's close. My first response was bobcat. Not to be too equivocal but I'll call bobcat with 65% certainty. Both bobcats and lions can have those white facial markings. Also, it seems improbable to get multiple pics of a lion with out its long tail in the frame. If we had a sense of how far away it was, that would help but it's hard to get perspective from a photo. Finally, I'd bet there are more bobcats in that area than lions but guessing bobcat based on that would just be playing the odds. Any tracks? Any more pictures? Thanks for the interesting post.
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    Checking In

    Welcome! You'll learn a lot on here and a lot on your scouting trips. Good luck and let us know how the hunt goes!
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    New setup for filming

    Here's the website for the company makes the "Bino Bandit" ocular bino shade: https://alpineproducts.com/product/bino-bandit-glare-blocker/ They're also available via Amazon. I like mine enough that I bought some for gifts. (Made in USA too!) These Bino Bandits shut out the light very well. I still use a shemagh when the sun is burning hot or if it's cold but I use that in addition to these Bino Bandits.
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    Apply the tag

    Agreed. Like Vowell said, either are legal. But, to me, attaching to the antlers is more convenient and cleaner. And it keeps your proof that it was an "antlered deer" with all your tag info for easy inspection if a G&F Wildlife Manager wants to take a look-see. (Plus, if you bone out your deer on the mountain, you won't be packing out the gambrels, much less transporting them home.)