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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

    New Mexico elk 2019

    Good luck man! Haven't drawn an elk tag in NM since NR's could apply for cows.
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    And were off to a rough start...

    Great can do, will do attitude! Best of luck on your hunt. Can't wait to hear all about it.
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    2019 Bull Elk Hunts in the Book (Part 1)

    Fantastic in all regards Sean! Super congrats!
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    Out of state hunters

    Not even close to the same. Border cares about paperwork and ticks, that's it. CWD is of no concern with them. They never even look at the deer meat.
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    Out of state hunters

    Since I have a whitetail tag there for October, I called New Mexico Game and Fish to discuss the matter, and to inquire about meat processors and taxidermist. I was surprised to find out they didn't know Arizona was doing this.
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    Out of state hunters

    Good point, however it does mention elk and deer: "by enacting rules regarding the possession and transportation of elk and deer into Arizona "
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    Out of state hunters

    This is about CWD, which effects cervids, elk and deer. I assume the rule is effective immediately, since no date was given.
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    Out of state hunters

    I have no idea. I have never let my kill party with, or have contact with, a live deer/elk, which is only way to spread the disease.
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    Out of state hunters

    AZGFD has enacted laws against bringing certain animal parts into Arizona from out of state. These "parts" are typically what you bring home after a successful hunt, at least I do. Some of the changes; * Meat has to be deboned or processed * Capes cleaned so there's no soft tissue * Skulls or skull plates and teeth free of soft tissue * Velvet antlers have to be treated It's going to force hunters to either do a lot of extra work out in the field, which would be tough to do in warm weather, or have animal processed in that state, including taxidermy. The other option is not hunt out of state. I've hunted in New Mexico for 15 years, this New rule May change that. Here's the link to the notification: https://www.azgfd.com/arizona-game-and-fish-department-enacting-changes-to-protect-arizonas-elk-and-deer-from-chronic-wasting-disease/
  10. Couestracker

    Going Goulds hunting in 35A!

    Ha ha....hijacked! Oh well. I got a leftover coues tag in 35A, so I'm headed back!
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    Nice Boar (skull update)

    Nice color! Congratulations!
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    Clinton Body Count Tally

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    Tire update - Nitto's response

    I put the same Nitto's on my Chevy 2500Hd, they started separating around 24k miles. Luckily I could feel it at low speed, so no body damage. Throwing $ out the window. 😠
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    Clinton Body Count Tally