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- Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:26 pm
- Forum: Campfire Talk
- Topic: Coal Mine near Alton - Thoughts?
- Replies: 5
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What was in the article? I tried the link and came up empty. I hope the fear of change doesn't freak the locals out. Anywhere can use a boost to the economy. Coal mines bring great paying jobs, with good benefits. Would be a good thing to a small community. People often flip out about these types of...
- Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:53 pm
- Forum: Campfire Talk
- Topic: Coyote Bounty Increase Approved - Utah
- Replies: 8
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I can't wait to read the reply by CoyoteLJ. We started a conversation about this a little bit ago in the Coyote Hunting section, and he has done a ton of research on the topic. Let's just say he opposes the idea. :) There is a lot to think about, especially in regards to keeping people honest. I agr...
Probably a little better than last year, but no snow means more human interaction with deer. I've seen deer being pushed around by shed hunters. So maybe the fawn population will increase, and maybe not. Antler growth should be better though.
- Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:09 pm
- Forum: Shed Hunting
- Topic: Are the elk shedding in utah yet?
- Replies: 9
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I've seen some that have dropped and some that are still packing. I have video from last week of a few bulls knocking each other around. Guessing that means their horns are still solid. I'd say grab the binos, and watch them every chance you can. Shouldn't be long. But then again, last year a lot of...
- Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:55 am
- Forum: Archery/Bowhunting - Big Game
- Topic: Thinking about a new bow
- Replies: 23
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I shoot an Elite Archery bow, and have killed many a deer with it. It's plenty fast, feels good albeit a little heavy. I've been around a few Mathews, and they are way quiet. Impressively quiet, even. My friend is a die hard Hoyt fan. He shoots a lot of competition with them and swears there isn't a...
Wow, already? Guess I had better keep a closer eye on the few I've found.dahlmer wrote:Stopped by to check on these bulls last night and both bulls have shed their antlers. I was a litle surprised, I've only seen one other bull shed his antlers before heading back up the mountain.