I have no idea if this has been discussed a bunch or not. I have 2 girls age 10 and 13 and a boy that is 7. I would like to get something for the girls but I have no idea what they would need. Any help would be great. Thanks
The best thing to do would be to get close to a deer and shoot it. I have hunted late Nov and early Dec archery and I usually have 40 mph winds or crunchy snow that the deer can hear me walking on a mile away. I have never had any luck with it. Good luck.
We never know what someone else is thinking. Maybe they camped in your meadow that always has animals in it. Maybe you are glassing on their ridge that they always get animals on and you scared them away by being there and just ruined their hunt. If it is public land you have to just deal with...
It is funny hat everyone says you need a diesel for towing and for mountains. Until about the mid 80's the most common truck pulling a trailer full of horses in the mountains was a 2wd chevy with a 350 engine. My buddy hauled horses all over the west when he was outfitting and packing for the...
I have a f350 v10 and I Iove it. My diesel cost a ton more for maintenance and the v10 pulls my gooseneck horse trailer just as good as the diesel, although not as quick off the start but overall just as fast.
I have had a couple of horses and am fairly competent at riding. She is 8 and was used to ranch and work a feedlot. I think the problem I have is she is trained better that I know how to use her. Example is leg cues, seat position etc... I probably need a real horse person to give me some pointers.
I know there are a million different reason why and why not. I dont have enough knowledge of the subject to know what is right or wrong. What bit should you use and why? I'm not talking rodeo events just trail riding. Thanks