I only have 2 occasions of being done hunting with people.
1: archery hunter talking a big game and flinging arrows at all sorts of animals and not tracking down to see if he hit them or not. He hit a calf elk (legal animal) and denied hitting the calf even when I pointed to the blood.
My dad was faller for 37 years and taught me a lot about saws and I use saws all the time in my line of work. Most saws will run well if you give them the maintenance they need. There are some models that stihl has produced that are crap. Research is needed on the buyers part.
I like the stihl...
Apparently it wasn't or I wouldn't of been offered a job there. 🤣
Don't worry I ain't a Democrat and won't inflate housing prices as I don't have a lot of money. Just a guy out hopping from forest to forest every few years, but I am not moving further west than Idaho from now on.
Been able to pick up .243 about every two weeks at the Bi Marts I frequent in Washington and Oregon. Haven't found anything at any Walmart I've been too including shotgun ammo, but know of people finding the mother loads.
Originally from Naches, Wa. Have lived in WA, 1L Idaho and Grant County, OR. About to move back to 7C, Idaho and stay in Idaho for a while.
FUN FACT: had a mule deer doe come out of nowhere and kick my tool out of my hands while sitting down taking a break on the fire line on the Columbia River...
For front country hunts, if it doesn't fit in my timber cruising vest, it isn't being taken with hunting. I do stash a pack frame though. I also carry a bino harness though but rangefinder has it's own place on the vest.
Bird hunting same thing, all I need fits in a vest. Don't need no back...
You won't get far into unit 10 in middle April. Forest Service usually plows Beaver Creek (247 road) down to Canyon W.C. and on to Kelly W.C. early April starting from wherever PotlatchDeltic is plowing to for winter logging out of Headquarters, Still 10+ feet of snow in the high country of 10...
I wasn't out there the last week in September due to being away from the Guard Station, but I heard very minimal bugling August through mid October. All the bugling I heard was mostly in the evening at sunset or before sunrise in the morning. Saw quite a few bulls chasing cows though when I rode...
Anybody have any screenshots of that train wreck for those of us who missed that thread on here?
I thought this was fitting to bring back now as it was entertaining to read. https://www.rokslide.com/forums/threads/how-to-get-banned-from-rokslide.197459/
Well I did pretty good for January.
I missed one strengthening workout day.
January miles not including hikes:
Cardio: 89 miles
Mtn Biking: 56 miles
Those are rookie numbers so I'll bump those up this month.
Did you call and find out if the vacancies were filled? If you wanted the job you should have been more communicative during the hiring process
Longest it's taken for me is 5 months with a federal government job. Latest round, applied for jobs in late October and just accepted my official job...
From banning wolves to ending baiting of bears on federal lands to ending trapping. I think there will be states that will file lawsuits such as Idaho. Banning baiting and wolf hunting would be devastating for the economy in small towns.
I guess democrats don't care about small business anyhow.