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Old 09-04-2003, 10:25 PM
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I'm going to Smyrna Mills, about 100 miles north of Bangor.
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Old 09-05-2003, 10:14 PM
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Arnold I have late season white tail and antelope already.

My brother drew a moose tag for the west side of the state. He's going in about two weeks. I plan on going general deer hunting with him, and if he ends up going back in Oct after his hunters come to the ranch I will go for a general elk.
I can't wait. I haven't gotten any thing in the last two years, freezer is empty.
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Old 09-06-2003, 12:06 AM
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Brickman,
I'll be hunting general deer and elk this year too. Last year got a 5x6 mule deer with a 22 inch spread, lost out on elk, hunted an unfimiliar area for cows but we saw alot of moose. Going to try and draw a tag for that area next year for a moose. I will hunt geese, ducks and pheasants this year also. Going back up to hunt some blue grouse again on Tuesday. Good luck to everyone going hunting this season! And be Carefull!
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Old 09-06-2003, 10:00 AM
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I'm going to Smyrna Mills, about 100 miles north of Bangor.

I have been there......... Good hunting and a nice place!!!
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Old 09-07-2003, 12:02 AM
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how hard is it to hunt a kangaroo?
Geogunn: It depends what sort of hunting ya doing
(sport/ government cull) but generally there pretty easy to hunt.
I've been on big roo culls out west (government eradication program for troubled farmers) and we shot em from up in choppers. (real easy)
I prefer to hunt boar personally (real mans hunting) No guns involved (except a 308 bolt action for any emergency), just a 30cm hunting knife, an old ute (truck) and some good boar area.
Boars are fast, we chase them through the scrub with a raised 4WD with a bull-bar ( gota be a bloody good driver) and try to get right long side it and jump of the back of the ute on to the boars back and slit it's throat. Thats the way things are done down here.
Boars have tusks and my uncle got gored in the guts last season. (ugly sight) 22 stiches to hold his guts in.
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Old 09-07-2003, 12:49 AM
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u guys are nuts if i can catch the boar with a truck then it would have Goodyear on its back not me
happy hunting
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Old 09-07-2003, 02:52 PM
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Brickman,
I'll be hunting general deer and elk this year too. Last year got a 5x6 mule deer with a 22 inch spread, lost out on elk, hunted an unfimiliar area for cows but we saw alot of moose. Going to try and draw a tag for that area next year for a moose. I will hunt geese, ducks and pheasants this year also. Going back up to hunt some blue grouse again on Tuesday. Good luck to everyone going hunting this season! And be Carefull!



Good luck drawing moose. It took my brother a lot of years of pref points to get that area. G&F told me once that there are about 15,000 applications a year in WY for 1500 licenses. Thats for moose.
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Old 09-08-2003, 05:59 PM
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Geogunn: It depends what sort of hunting ya doing....


...we chase them through the scrub with a raised 4WD with a bull-bar ( gota be a bloody good driver) and try to get right long side it and jump of the back of the ute on to the boars back and slit it's throat. Thats the way things are done down here.
Boars have tusks and my uncle got gored in the guts last season. (ugly sight) 22 stiches to hold his guts in.
thanks pinnacle. it reminds me of one of the crocadile dundee movies.

have you guys got any pics of the boar hunting operation? my amogos here and I are going to set up a hunt like that after the leaves fall. I am afraid we are going to have to use 4-wheelers though. there's too many trees and hills for a big 4X4. thanks.

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Old 09-13-2003, 12:59 AM
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only in canada eh

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Old 09-13-2003, 08:33 AM
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i hunted bare once, got arrested for being naked in public. so lets see, u chase them down, jump on thier back, and slit thier neck with a knife. and this, is "entertainment"? pray brother, pray. and please, take the prozac, the doctor gave it to you for a reason.
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