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  1. redline410

    Zamberlin & Kenetreks boots- Price reduced

    bumping for a lower price.... I obviously don't have my finger on the pulse of the high end used boot market so, as always, or best offer. thanks for looking Dave
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    Zamberlin & Kenetreks boots- Price reduced

    Agreed- I have burned through cheaper boots in less than a year. Like most things, you get what you pay for. It does make it nicer when the sonsobitches fit though. Weekend bump boys and girls. Headed to the deep woods here shortly. Catch y'all on the other side.. Dave
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    Zamberlin & Kenetreks boots- Price reduced

    Settled on the median size of my feet. Went with the Crispi Summit which is a slightly less stout boot and helped a ton in eliminating the slop. Trial and error is slightly annoying but more costly than anything. I know they say to give Kenetreks a 50 mile break in time BUT, stacking thick socks and a liner on one side isnt worth it to me. They are a wide so anyone who has had toe box issues in the past should slide into these no problem. Hunts are coming quick boys. Get'em now and give yourself time to break them in..... Any reasonable offer will be considered..... Dave
  4. Lets try this again with a reduced price. Long story short- Nearly tore my foot off a couple of years ago and now my feet are different sizes, which isn't as much fun as it sounds. I was able to finally find a boot that fits properly but have some experimentals that I need to get rid of. First: Kenetrek Hardscrabble SZ 11W. Fit my Right foot perfectly but just couldn't get me left heal to seat. Close to 10mi on these boots. $225obo Second: Zamberlin 960 Guide GTX Sz 10- these were a dream for my left foot, not so much for my Flinstone-esque right. Around 40mi on these but still in good shape $120obo Thanks for looking boys. any questions 480-213-6584 text or call, either one works...... Dave
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    Quick trip before the heat gets nasty

    He's definitely getting cheated. Pretty sure he showers in his underwear after gym class...
  6. redline410

    Quick trip before the heat gets nasty

    I thought the same thing at first but alas, no. Angle/light/camera shenanigans.....
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    Quick trip before the heat gets nasty

    Thanks for the replies, boys. Simple answer to the question- it was just a random placement. Long answer- I knew there are a few good bucks roaming around but glassed this up not too long ago Had no idea there were that many elk wandering around. After a bit of soul searching, I made the walk to get the shed. Took the better part of 5hours to get in out. But in the end, it was worth it I suppose. Took a different route the last time and found this on my way in been trying to find where those dang elk come from since. I think Im in half decent shape but, that terrain hurts just walking a straight line. it really takes your manhood if you're randomly walking around. Was hoping to restrict the coverage area but apparently I'll be going in with multiple purposes covering a lot more ground from here on out. Dave
  8. Took a small hike to check a camera one last time before the mother nature drops the heat hammer. This is a new spot so I wasn't sure what would show up.... no giants but, I was pleasantly surprised. Its probably worth keeping tabs on.... On the way out, I stumbled across these little treasures.. always makes it worth the walk Its going to be a long summer. Thanks for looking. Dave
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    Unit 27 bull(tagged out today!)

    Unit 27 bulls are just cool.... Congrats. Thanks for sharing.
  10. redline410

    2017 September Archery Bull 6x6

    Congrats, Kaz! Super nice bull. Nice Job.......
  11. redline410

    The final stop

    To close the loop on my 2016 archery hunt- he's home and on the wall. http://www.coueswhitetail.com/forums/topic/68667-unit-27-bull-a-quick-picture-tale/ As usual, Mike Vaccarros's work never disappoints. Thanks for looking. Dave
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    First Archery Bull - long story

    Great story and bull. Congratulations!!!
  13. redline410

    Unit 27 Bull- a quick picture tale

    Thanks for all of the replies! Five stars- would hunt the unit again. To answer some of the questions: Up until the archery bear opener, I had a bear encounter every time out. After that, they were rather scarce. I apologize for the low quality picture- lost sight of mama bear and was gauging distance to the truck vs speed of my cousin. I no doubt would have won the foot race but, Christmas would have been awkward. Just some added scenics There is actually a bull in this pic A few more trailcam and phone pics not sure how many had seen the funny shaped star- twas a weather balloon Never did find a really big bull during the preseason other than the bull huntlines brother-in-law punched the clock on. it is a deep, dark unit- it will definitely burn calories and has places that will test your sanity and desire. I did kill my bull off of water. A couple of days were hot and the elk were mute. Besides, I was tired of having my pride stomped into the mud by attempting to outrun them up and down the mountains. What I chose as a way to rest and still act like I was hunting, turned into the most work of the entire trip. Good luck to the next round of hunters out there.... Dave
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