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Jimmer Negamanee

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  1. Jimmer Negamanee

    FYI - Meat Processing

    FYI - I was there today (11/17) and Von Hanson's is also full. They'll accept more starting the 24th.
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    36B success

    Well done! Great write up and pictures. I agree with you that, with or without a harvest, it's a great unit and a great time. I head down there tomorrow and can't wait.
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    FFL advice

    + 1 for Healy Arms. I've always had good experiences there whether buying from their stock or using them for FFL purposes for online purchases. (Plus, they are a CWT.com sponsor) https://www.healyarms.com/
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    Deer tags. (In mail?)

    I had USPS return my mail to sender for no reason and called AZGFD yesterday (7/12) to see if my tag had been returned and the nice gentleman said paper tags have not been mailed out yet.
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    Post a pic if you can. Maybe someone will fall in love. Good for you for rescuing her and trying to find her a home.
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    Applying together point spread

    I learned something with this post. I understood it exactly as MogollonMan described it with the exception of the last part. I thought if there was 1 tag left and the hypothetical application with 4 people was picked, then the AZGFD would issue 4 tags. Under this procedure, the maximum # of tags issued would, at most, exceed the # of tags allotted by 3 which, in the vast majority of situations, would be insignificant from a game animal population standpoint. That way they wouldn't have to keep re-drawing until they got to an application with only 1 person on it. But the system described by MogollonMan makes sense because in cases where there is only 1 or 2 tags available, sending 4 hunters into the field could indeed have an impact on game populations.
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    Arizona Trail - Any Fanatics???

    Good for you Stanley! I'm glad you're planning this. So many people put things off not realizing that it is later than we think. The ATA website has a lot of info. Thanks for posting the link. I'll be following this thread! -Jimmer
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    Taking Care of Feral Cattle in Gila National Forest

    The negative ecosystem effects of feral horses, burros, and to a lesser extent cattle, have been well documented and there is no sound reason why they should not be removed. (And I don't consider being "majestic" or a "symbol of the West" to be sound reasons.) I think letting individuals hunt them for their personal consumption seems like an elegant solution. It wouldn't cost the gov't money unless they wanted to issue tags and do check-ins or something like that. Even with that, the costs would be minimal. For some unknown reason, YouTube routinely suggests hunting video to me and I've seen a bunch from Australia where they hunt horses, cattle, and camels. And the camel back-straps they cook up over the campfire look dee-licious.
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    National Egg shortage

    Three conspiracy theorists walk into the same bar at the same time. Coincidence? That's what the government wants you to think.
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    Buckles n Bolos

    Great work! Fun Fact: By statute (ARS Sec. 41-857) the Bolo (AKA Bola) tie is Arizona's official neckwear.
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    Wildlife of Yellowstone

    I know it's an older post but I'm just now seeing it. Well done! Thanks for posting them.
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    Couple Does

    Cool pics! Thanks for posting.
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    Thanksgiving Hunt

    Well done! Thanks for posting!
  14. Jimmer Negamanee

    ID this 22-- what is it ??

    Cool! I've never seen anything like it. Looking forward to the answer.
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    Whitetail processing

    To me, the ultimate question is "Did they do a good job?" meaning did it cook up good and taste good? If so, it may be worth the price. I'll happily pay a premium for good processing, or taxidermy, or anything requiring a high level of experience or skill. It's like the old joke about the person who made this complaint about a restaurant: "The food was horrible and the portions were so small!" Obviously, large portions don't make up for bad tasting food. Similarly, a low price does not make up for an inferior product. So before I can chime on on the value proposition, I need to ask, "How'd it taste?"