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About Couestracker

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  • Birthday 09/29/1953

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    Hunting, predator calling, exploring, muscle cars, motorcycles, camping, well, anything outdoors.

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  1. Couestracker

    Outdoor Writer

    An Arizona legend for sure. Will miss his posts. RIP Tony.
  2. Couestracker

    2010 Polaris Ranger XP800 Browning Edition

    Price reduced, 8,500 obo. Must see!
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    2010 Polaris Ranger XP800 Browning Edition

    780 hours, 10,275 miles. Runs and drives great. Lots of new parts on it. No other pics right now. Has self leveling shocks, HD sway bar, 2nd battery mount, winch, spare tire rack, HID headlights, 2 sets of driving lights pus fog lamps, rear cab lights and an interior light.
  4. Original owner, dealer serviced, full cab with tip out glass windshield, wipers, heat/defrost, lots of extras. 14" wheels/recent tires, has spare. $9000 obo
  5. Couestracker

    Texas Rio Gobbler

    Big congrats Brian, awesome on many levels. 💯
  6. Couestracker

    New Mexico apps in

    Funny how this thread was started in 2021 and people post to it like it was yesterday. BTW, New Mexico apps in! Lol
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    New call for NWTF Banquet

    Very nice calls!
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    Let's see ALL the cool stuff you've done with Javelina...

    Nice! I already have a full javi being done to interlock with the 1/2 lifesize. Great minds!
  9. Couestracker

    Leftover fun

    Congrats to you both!
  10. Couestracker

    1st wyoming antelope hunt

    Great experience and write-up!
  11. Couestracker

    Minnesota whitetail

    It really was! I went western on them (from Arizona). 😎
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    Minnesota whitetail

    Today was my 3rd day hunting, got to the deer stand late this morning at 10:45. Sat all day and didn't see any deer until sunset. Saw lots of other stuff,which broke up the boredom: a bald eagle flying around the meadow, a bluejay, a racoon, a pheasant, a red headed woodpecker and another woodpecker that I didn't know what kind until later, turned out to be a piliated woodpecker- same kind as woody! So, just after sunset, I saw a big buck walking very slowly, kind of in my direction, but it kept looking to its right and was sort of steering that way. I figured it was going toward a side meadow instead of to me, plus I figured I was running out of shooting light, so I made the decision to get out of the deer stand and try to "head it off at the pass". Well I got out there in thick grass and swampy ground about 100 yards from the stand, had a tree line in front of me, the other side of that was the meadow I thought he was headed up. So I stopped to scan the treeline with my 8 power rangefinder, went back and forth a few times to try and find him. On the 4th scan, I see him come to the edge of the trees and stop. OMG, there he is! He came right towards me! I pushed the button on the rangefinder to get the distance, it's 80 yards. I slowly bring up my muzzleloader, it took forever to find him in the scope (didn't even know what power it was set on) but I finally locate him. He's quartering towards me, staring my way. I can't believe this is all coming together! So I shoot and end up with a monster non-typical Minnesota buck! After getting him in the truck in the dark, we got it to the farms shop, cleaned the buck and got him hung in the walk in cooler. Turns out my friends family have been tracking this buck all summer and had him on their trail cams! They named him the crab buck because of the crab claw feature on its right antler. Too cool! My hat's off to Tony for his help in making this happen. Thanks guys, I feel like I'm part of your wonderful family.
  13. Couestracker

    WTB, Remington XP-100

    A friend has one he's selling, in 6mm BR. PM me if interested for his name and #.
  14. Couestracker

    Wyoming antelope success

    Thanks. He taped at 75 and some change. Good luck in the draw!
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    Wyoming antelope success

    Was in unit 57, took 16 years to draw that tag. Might look for an easier to draw area.