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WHT_MTNMAN

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About WHT_MTNMAN

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  • Birthday 07/02/1978

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    Pinedale
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    Living and working in the mountains of AZ.
    Bowhunting

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  1. WHT_MTNMAN

    Moosings - Idaho - 2019

    So cool. That will be a great adventure! Looking forward to it.
  2. WHT_MTNMAN

    If you use trail cameras for elk......

    June is the by far the best month for pictures so as long as they are out before then, I am happy. Usually put them out in the middle of May.
  3. WHT_MTNMAN

    Last Chance Romance

    It takes an hour and 35-45 minutes from Young Road to most parts of Mesa no stops.
  4. WHT_MTNMAN

    The singing gobblers of south Mexico

    Holy spurs !! What a fantastic looking bird. Nicely done!
  5. WHT_MTNMAN

    Otc barbary with a bow.

    Congrats that is very awesome, what a tough hunt.
  6. WHT_MTNMAN

    Lower Black River

    I've been going multiple times a year for 26 years ( might have missed 2 or 3 years ) first of May is on average the soonest you would want to go...my bet is that with the moisture may 15th would be about the soonest. But who knows..add me to the pm list...:)
  7. WHT_MTNMAN

    Canada Bear hunt

    Bob- baiting is one of my least favorite ways to "hunt" but I treasure the time I got to spend on the rez baiting bear with my sons. I traded work for the opportunity and I will treasure that time as much as any I've ever had. Absolutley nothing wrong with it. It is such a better way to manage bears. We passed up over 40+ young bears in 2 different hunts before I shot a big mature bear.
  8. WHT_MTNMAN

    We lost a good one this weekend.

    It has become way too common place. So sorry to hear Jason, my thoughts are with you and the family.
  9. WHT_MTNMAN

    New 1/2 Ton - What would you pick?

    Tundra if you are planning on keeping it and if you dont mind the limited mpg. I have 210k on my 2010 and the only thing mechanical is that I lost my fuel pump in Dec at 208k miles and I put a stick through the radiator.No leaks anywhere and still doesn't burn oil...You have seen where I take mine on an almost daily basis. It is my wood getting truck, hunting rig and daily driver.. I do wear tires fast after I torqued my frame couple years back after hitting the end of a tow strap too many times. Consequences of getting calls in the middle of the night. My father has an 01Tundra that had fuel pump replaced at 230k. No leaks at all and has 345k on it right now..my brother still uses it as a daily driver still. I am sold on the strength and reliability of a Tundra, I have owned a fair amount of trucks but dont see myself owning anything different. That being said there are plenty of good trucks out there but not many that will give you good service over 150k.
  10. They didnt shoot them accurately past 300 or 400 yards either. Recoil isnt about how tough you are. Smh
  11. WHT_MTNMAN

    Funky Rack

    It is always crazy to see what happens to antlers. I posted this before but worth seeing again. Very unique antler configuration. I'm betting damage in velvet also.
  12. WHT_MTNMAN

    Major winter storm to hit high country

    The wash by Pinedale
  13. WHT_MTNMAN

    Major winter storm to hit high country

    We have had it pretty good since monsoon season. This was in June.
  14. WHT_MTNMAN

    ADOT lazy

    I would bet they dont have the resources to keep everything open on a storm that comes through every 20 years or so. I would rather them close it than waste all those resources in years we dont get anything. Everyone knew this was coming plan accordingly
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