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  1. I have finally gotten a Black Bear with my bow, after several years of failed attempts with dogs, sittin water, calling, spot n stalk, it was plain luck that did the trick. Actually after sitting water all evening I was headed back to my truck when I caught movement - this Brownie presented a top pin shot. He isn't one of the monsters that I've caught on trail cam but a beauty to say the least. G & F said its a 10-12 year old boar.
  2. Ohthatguy

    Spring draw mess up solution

    I just received a call from a very nice lady from G&F with an offer on one of my issues. The "lost" pig application. They offered me my choice of my 1st choice pig, refund of the application fee or a point. I took my 1st choice piggy tag. While she didn't have any information about my goofy bear tag or the status of my mailed in leftover pig tag, she did say I may be getting a follow up call regarding the pig, It's a step in the right direction. Glad they are getting it resolved. It sounds like she was just given the list of pig issues so hopefully the "bear" lady will call me next.
  3. mesajeeper

    Reliable Water

    Just a quick question for you seasoned pros. I have been searching out water to set up a couple of trail cameras. I have found a couple of spots that looked promising only to find the water is gone a few weeks later when I return to check for pics. I recently found a small pool of water that had a frog in the water. Would this be an indication that the water is more reliable or do they just burrow down when the water disappears? I look forward to your thoughts on this. Also, I am looking in low desert around the valley. Thanks