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  1. lonne

    Big Bo Owner

    Hunted on that ranch one time and it was a good time. Sorry to hear.
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    Within the last month I spied some (6) javelina within 20 yds of two coues deer. One of the javelinas approached one of the deer to within 5 yds, and the deer didn't like it, ran off in the other direction maybe 15 yds away and stopped, looking back at the javelina. It was pretty interesting. After that the two groups kind of went about their own business. I've seen javelina in that spot before, as well as many coues deer, but this spot appears to be the javelina's home. Perhaps the javelina was being territorial. I didn't seem to observe any real aggressive action other than the javelina approached the deer. Couldn't see if there was any hackled fur or snappin' jaws.
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    Hunting theme masks

    I see lucrative money making operations here LOL
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    My dads buck

    Holy crap. Nice buck!
  5. That makes up for the binos! Great buck! Can't imagine hunting without my Swaros either LOL. That must have been rough. Good thing their repair policy is awesome!
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    Great story! I was glassing on my son's deer hunt a few weeks ago in a place I commonly see some nice bucks and deer, including the day before, when suddenly no deer were to be found that morning. After about 2 hours of determined glassing I suddenly glassed up a lion, and it hit me why all the deer were gone! LOL. Too bad I didn't get a shot, yet! It's always amazing how quickly hunting turns from dang, boring, nothing into wild adventure in seconds and things change on a dime!
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    Fortress Clothing

    Has anyone tried this and what do you think? Friend of mine back east trying to "sell" me on it - he was asking what I think. I've never heard of it, so I told him I'll look into it. https://www.fortressclothing.com
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    Lost Dog Near Pine FR 300

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    Lost Dog Near Pine FR 300

    My niece's friend lost this dog. She asked me to post this. Last seen Friday October 16th, 2020 at 10pm. The dog's name is Buck. Wearing a camo bandana, bell, and collar. He is 1 year old, Pyrenees/golden mix. Microchipped and updated as LOST. Last seen at this location (western side of Rim Rd FR 300) 34.4365, -111.3619 https://goo.gl/maps/Q9G9AkqWAR1oNUyi9 If you have any info, please contact: 602-573-0311 Megan 623-414-0857 Robbie 602-931-3029 Alyssa
  10. Sorry that should say "some bucks" 🙂
  11. Lost a Nikon Action Series Bino case with a single two-eye cover and two objective lens caps/covers inside. My son dropped it on the north side of the FR300 in 3C between 51 intersection to Heber and Gentry Lookout, likely closer to the 51 intersection. Went back, couldn't find it. If you find it, please PM me. Will throw in some buck for a reward. Thanks!
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    Trump tests positive for Covid-19

    I'm sorry to hear about anyone's losses. It affects everyone differently. Stats show that 99% of people under the age of 65 are fine. I'm in my mid 40's. I had it, and it was the least sick I've ever been in my life. I was only sick 4 days and took only 1 day off at work. Test results didn't even come back until 19 days later and I wasn't sure whether to believe it so I went and got antibody tests. In fact I climbed Mt. Whitney (22 miles, 6500 feet of elevation gain, in 1 day) and was driving home from Cali when I found out I had a positive test. I was very sick in March with the flu, and thought that was Covid but it came up negative. I had multiple tests b/c work requires me to travel a lot and this sickness was so light on me that the only reason I got tested was b/c another guy at work had tested positive. In fact training for Mt. Whitney I hiked 15 miles the weekend before and 15 miles the weekend after I had covid (all in one week). That said, my Uncle had it. He is 77 with both heart trouble and lung trouble (existing comorbidities). He barely made it in the hospital but he is fine now 3 months later with no fallout. My aunt had it and it barely phased her, maybe sick for a week max. Three other guys at work had it. All 3 are in their 60's. Two were out for a month, mostly b/c they were concerned about spreading the virus. Another guy at work was completely asymptomatic. My wife had it, and was maybe sick for going on 2 weeks, but nothing where a hospital visit was required. My 11 year old son had it and he was totally fine hopping around like any normal kid. A friend of mine also had it who is in his 50's and he was sick for a week but no hospital. All of us are as healthy as we were before. My mom was in the hospital for 11 days for other problems and we were glad she didn't catch it from anyone at the hospital. I've had a couple of friends lose their fathers. They were in the hospital for other conditions when they caught it. In the majority of cases, most people will be fine. Stats show that. Don't live a life full of fear unless you have a reason to be fearful, like an underlying health condition. And in that case the flu should scare also.
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    Trump tests positive for Covid-19

    Agree. It's simply a precaution in case it does spin out of control. He's the President.
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    Trump tests positive for Covid-19

    Hey, LOL, if Donna Brazile can be discovered passing debate questions to the Hillary camp pre-debate, and somehow get re-hired as a political pundit under Fox, anything's possible. She probably cooperated on it with Chris Wallace and the Biden camp 🙂