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Hunting Mentors

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Art Eatman, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. Owen

    Owen Moderator Emeritus

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    He's probably a 9 or 10 hour drive from here.
     
  2. SoonerMedic

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    9 or 10 hours? I'm certain that's impossible from anywhere in Texas. I mapped your location and it's near the Mexican border, right? He lives between San A and Houston. It IS a drive, no doubt, but he is the nearest I could find to offer you an option.
     
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  3. Owen

    Owen Moderator Emeritus

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    For some reason I thought he was in east Texas near the LA border.
     
  4. SoonerMedic

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    I don't think so, if i remember correctly he lives between the two. If that's close enough to be helpful, shoot him a PM.
     
  5. gdcpony

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    Might need some info on this one. My kids have hunted, but I will be gone this season (deployed). They are in Eastern NC near (if you didn't guess) Camp Lejeune. They could use (my son especially) a mentor. I get back around the middle-end of Nov. I would add myself to the list if my schedule wasn't so crazy. Mostly deer and predator hunting.

    I am from OH and if someone doesn't mind public land and we can time it our right, I would take them while home on leave at some point. I try (not this year) to take the opening week of bow and gun season. I have extra climbers and firearms and even a few Xbows, since actual bows take practice and set up we won't likely have time for, laying around for them. I think I might be able to scratch up some cammies too, if old military stuff doesn't bother them. No high dollar pieces, but good enough to start. I can be reached at [email protected]. I should be back this OH gun season.
     
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    I can help in Pa
     
  7. TikkaShooter

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    Art Eatman, This was a great idea!!!

    My father was a hunter and I grew up in deer camps. I honestly never considered how a person got started because I had so many mentors.

    Kudos for the wherewithal you had to start this thread!!!
     
  8. horsey300

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    Put me in for the western part of Nebraska for Pine Ridge area deer and Box Butte West antelope.
     
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