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About AntlerObsession

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  • Birthday 05/04/1982

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    Mesa, AZ
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    My Family, Hunting, Basketball, PingPong, BackPacking, Wilderness Survival, Good Books, Church, Hunting.

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  1. Just sent you a PM. No need to send pics. Lol I’ll talk to the boss hawg. PS don’t tell her I called her a hawg
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    3 Antlered Deer Photographed

    Is this different then a double main beam? I think those are more like 1 in 500, not 1 in a million...
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    Sitting water might be a good strategy.....

    Poor monsoon season, but it seemed like it was a great winter and spring for rain. Sounds like a great year to have an archery tag.
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    Live Trap- trying to remove a coyote in town.

    I’m in Gilbert.
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    Live Trap- trying to remove a coyote in town.

    I saw him 2 nights ago actually take one of my chickens at 2:30am. Grabbed the .22 rifle but it was back into our pasture out of range when I got the barrel out a cracked window. I just don’t know when I’ll have another chance at him so wanted to trap him.
  6. Have had a coyote kill my chickens 4 times in the last 2 weeks. Anyone have a live trap or 2 they are willing to part with?
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    Bow hunter mauled by Bear

    An interesting event. Be safe out there. http://www.mctdirect.com/preview.php?id=201808291209MCT_____NEWS_SVC_23588094_0000
  8. Took my boys on a backpacking trip deep into Coues country and they did a phenomenal job hiking, and filling their first deer tags. Couldn't be prouder. Something weird, though. Hiking the deer out, this not so little grub made its way out of one of the deers' nostrils. It was about 1.25" long. Found another one in the cape bag once we got off the mountain. Anyone ever seen something like this before?
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    CO Rockies Grass-Fed Beef

    It's near Durango, CO. The current price for feeder cattle is $1.4261 per pound. Equates to about $2.70 per lb hanging weight, plus kill fee and processing. By a pro butcher, not me!!
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    CO Rockies Grass-Fed Beef

    CWT Family, We are bringing 20 head of quality beef steers off the mountains of southwestern CO, and I would love to provide a 1/4 beef or 2 to CWT members who are interested. They have been Rocky Mountain high their whole lives (not the same kinda high as firstcoueswas80). We plan on having them processed in Queen Creek, available for pickup around the first of Nov. If you're interested in more information, text me at 48O.34l.6354. Thanks! Adam
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    High Country Coues

    Who needs the unit? I recognize the arched little pine tree in the background of the OP. Sending the drone with thermal imaging and a mounted .270 super short magnum now. . .
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    Inmate Castration

    This Guy deserves a medal. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/judge-to-inmates-get-sterilized-and-ill-shave-off-jail-time/ar-AAox88I?li=BBnb7Kz
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    Rabid Bobcat Attack

    I would have kicked or stomped the crap out of that thing before reaching in with my hand. That jus ain't S-M-R-T.
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    Rabid Bobcat Attack

    Saw this one AZGFD news. GAME AND FISH NEWS July 17, 2017 Arizona Game and Fish Department ​​​​​​​Bobcat in Anthem attack tests positive for rabies​​ Tips offered to prevent rare human-wildlife conflicts PHOENIX A bobcat that attacked a large dog and bit a man on the hand in the Anthem Country Club area on Sunday evening has tested positive for rabies. At 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the Arizona Game and Fish Department received a call that a man was bitten on the hand by a bobcat. The man reported to officers that the bobcat attacked a German shepherd and he was bitten while trying to separate the two animals. The bobcat quickly fled the immediate area, but was located and dispatched. The animal underwent a necropsy by the departments wildlife health veterinarian and tissue samples were sent to the Arizona Department of Health Services. Results showed it tested positive for rabies. While bobcats are abundant throughout Arizona including in urban areas they can be aggressive if they become sick, trapped or are defending offspring or a territory. They also tend to frequent habitats where food and water are plentiful, such as in neighborhoods. Because bobcats are rarely a threat to people and commonly coexist without incident, AZGFD does not routinely relocate bobcats. To discourage bobcats from living near a residence, homeowners should: Keep domestic animals such as small dogs, cats, chickens and rabbits, in a secure enclosure with a sturdy roof if outdoors and unattended. Keep small dogs and cats indoors, in a secure enclosure or on a leash when outdoors. Feed dogs and cats inside or remove any uneaten pet food left outside between feedings. Keep the landscaping around your home neatly trimmed to cover to hide. Likewise relocate or remove piles of debris or junk
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    Dog kennels

    I am interested but would like to know the individual panel sizes if the panels are separate.