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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    I'm still wondering if anybody that's against corner crossing would press charges against neighborhood kids stepping over the corner of their property (while not actually stepping foot on your property) on their way to the playground? If not, then you probably don't have any fight in saying...
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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    How would it be any different then if the neighboring corner (private property) sold their land to the state (or allowed public access) also drawing the same crowds that would come if corner crossing became legal for sure? You wouldn't ask that property owner to compensate you for your property...
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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    As far as corner crossing being illegal, that's one of the big issues. In a lot of states it's not specifically mentioned in the laws whether it's illegal or legal. As for mentioning a podcast, that was me. I just didn't want to take credit for a good idea that wasn't mine. The podcast...
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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    It would be nice for a corner hopping case to make it to the supreme court. I heard on a podcast that ideally, it should be for someone other than hunters (due to having the hunting stigma clouding the actual issue). Maybe a couple of boy scouts heading into the woods for a scout trip, or...
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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    If someone corner hopped your rural land (if it landlocked public), would you call the police on them for trespassing? Now, if someone stepped onto your residential lawn (same as putting a foot down while corner hopping), would you call the police on them for trespassing? Or back to the...
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    Corner Crossing (is any hunter against it?)

    A recent thread got me thinking about corner crossing again and I had a question for all the hunters. Is any hunter (or rokslide member) against making corner crossing legal? I'm all for landowner rights, but have hard time believing that anybody against legal corner crossing is doing so for...
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    Keeping Trespassers out....is it possible?

    Is the property entirely fenced? I saw you mentioned some gates but did respond if the property was fenced or not. If it isn't, that would probably be my first step if I wanted to keep the trespassers off.
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    Wolves in Colorado

    I have no wolf management plans. I am by no means an expert or even hobbyist when it comes to wildlife introduction/conservation plans. I'm also not even the least bit familiar with those states. People do still hunt in those states though so it can't be too bad. I have friends that hunt...
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    Wolves in Colorado

    Wolves will migrate into Colorado on their own. They already have been single wolves come down in the last couple of years (proof with the recent picture that got everybody all spun up again). So, given that there WILL be wolves in Colorado, would you rather have the state introduce them WITH...
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    Wolves in Colorado

    All these wolf threads crack me up (on here and facebook). The problem with all the hunters thinking they can stop this is laughable when they fail to address wildlife biologist studies tactfully and with an open mind. Who do you think the state will believe, a wildlife biologist who has a...
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    Hunting accommodation hypothetical......

    Ah, kind of like a hunting lease with a shared cabin common in the east. I
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    Hunting accommodation hypothetical......

    If she was the ranch manager for 4 years and her dad was for the 20 years prior, don't you think she would already know a lot more about what's doable/profitable then all of us random people.
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    Just received the Garmin 66i (new inreach)

    It has a micro SD slot so I assume it will take OnX chips but I'm not positive as I haven't tried it (I only use OnX on my phone).
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    Just received the Garmin 66i (new inreach)

    Also, it comes it at exactly 8.5 ounces (just as advertised) without the clip and 9.3 ounces with the clip/d-ring attached.
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    Just received the Garmin 66i (new inreach)

    I've never used a regular Garmin GPS so I'm not sure what's standard or new, but it does have sun/moon rise and set times, a fishing/hunting calendar, birds eye map (that you have to download first) and weather. It also has all the other normal GPS features like live track, route planner, and...
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    Just received the Garmin 66i (new inreach)

    I just received the new Garmin 66i GPS w/inreach capability. I haven't had a chance to try it in the field yet but it is registered and ready to go. Just seeing if anybody that's considering getting one had questions that I might be able to help with. Rob
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    What unit/not looking for your honey hole type questions...

    I just read another post asking for info on a unit and the person asking only had a few post's (from a year or two ago) also asking about a different unit. I know there's post limits for classifieds and PM's, too bad there's no way to stop people from joining forums just to ask dumb questions...
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    Slippery ground sheet and sleeping pad

    I use a Borah bivy. Holds everything together when I'm sleeping and I can zip it up/seal it during the day to make sure nothing crawls into my bag when I'm away from camp.
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    Inreach Mini or Something Better?

    I have been thinking the same thing but finally picked up an in reach explorer. I was torn between that or the mini but figured the battery life and back up GPS capability were worth the extra size/weight. I'm sure they'll come out with a mini size with full GPS and a better battery soon, but...
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    Garmin inreach mini

    I'm torn right now on buying the mini or explorer. I only plan to use it paired to a phone but am thinking if it's worth the extra bulk to have a backup GPS capability and longer battery just in case.
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