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Jimmer Negamanee

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  1. Jimmer Negamanee

    Minimalist “less is now” kill some time

    Thanks for the suggestion. I have a hard time moving things down the road thinking that I might need them some day. But I do like tidy spaces. This might help me. When I do give something away or throw it out (giving things away is easier for me), I think "I just made my house bigger."
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    For Sale - Swaro 65MM STX/ATX/BTX Objective - $800 OBO

    QCChevy: Consider keeping it. Save up for the 85 (or 95, if that's what floats your boat). The point of the STX/ATX/BTX system is being able to mix and match. Potential Buyer: Consider buying it. If there were one objective to rule them all for this system, it would be the 65.
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    Is this Legit?

    My guess is that the elk found a road killed rabbit and is enjoying a free, nutrient dense snack. Elk will gnaw on bones for the minerals and eat baby birds for the minerals and iron and protein. I'd think this is especially true for gestating cows since they're building a new elk inside and that takes a metabolic toll.
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    Where Am I?

    sorry for the ads but maybe this? (Heck's Outhouse?)
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    airdale pup

    Found this website associated with Matt Thom http://www.mogollonrimairedales.com/ I have no experience with the breeder at all though.
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    Bison reduction project

    I'm glad NPS and AZGFD are doing this. I'm not sure of the timing but if these "management actions" but if they precede the State House Rock hunts they'll leverage their efforts because the herd will get pushed out of the NP into AZGFD's jurisdiction where State tag holders can go to work. I'm impressed the NPS and AZGFD are getting creative in solving this problem. They are even getting around some of the bureaucratic hurdles (which, of course, are of their making). Remember, this is not a hunt. Hunts are illegal on NPS land. [This is from the website: "This management action is not a hunt but a lethal removal of an overpopulated bison herd to protect park resources at the guidance of the NPS. Hunting is illegal in Grand Canyon National Park."]
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    No Mano y No Mano

    King snakes don't mess around. Great picture (and your title is hilarious)!
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    Cool ATL pic

    That's awesome! They'd make a cool plaque mount and even more special with the pic of the buck sporting them before he relinquished them.
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    I certainly understand the curiosity, especially in light of a lack of a clear explanation as to what happened. But I'd rather they focus on trying to pull off the fall draw without incident rather than having them assign people to scurry around to comply with a public records request. I truly understand the desire to have an explanation though.
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    Camera Pickup Video

    Wow! Great video! Thanks for posting.
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    Black bear v hog

    I wonder if the pig was hit by a car (or had some other injury) and the bear happened upon a meal of opportunity.
  12. Jimmer Negamanee

    Brown town

    Great haul! Congrats. Thanks for posting. Welcome to CWT.com!
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    First set of the year

    Great find! Thanks for posting the pics and the report.
  14. Jimmer Negamanee

    Tipping Taxidermist

    I rarely have this conundrum but like most answers to life’s questions, I’d say the answer is “It depends.” If it’s a high-end, established taxidermist doing a shoulder mount that will take 12-18 months to complete and you’re paying top dollar, I’d say probably not. You’d “tip” that taxidermist just by being a good, patient, cash-paying client. No need to start calling after the first month and every month thereafter to “check on the progress” then whip out a credit card and ask for a receipt when it’s time to settle up. But if the taxidermist drives from Young and meets you in Payson so you can pick up a skull cap mount, an extra $20 for his gas would be appropriate, even if he had to go to Payson anyway. (But even then, it would probably surprise the taxidermist.) If it’s a young person who’s in school, on the football team and student council and cleans/bleaches skulls for a side hustle, I’d hand over more cash than required and say “I appreciate your hard work. I don’t need any change back.” So it depends, I guess.
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    Rejected card bonus point question

    This is my favorite post on this thread. My only regret is that I only have one "thumbs up" to give. PLEASE post the story of your son's bear hunt. Sounds like the hunt of a life time. I'm happy for all your silver linings.