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Montana street gangs

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by feedthehogs, Feb 27, 2009.

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  1. feedthehogs

    feedthehogs Member

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    Very tempting...........

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  2. wankerjake

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    That is awesome
     
  3. JackOfAllTradesMasterAtNone

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    I got that email last month.. Showed it to my boys.. They asked how long they'd lose their hunting privlages if they were to shoot one in the front yard like that.

    Told them, that from the law.. Prolly about five years and the fines for shooting in a residential area.

    Then I told them that I'd probably be in front of the judge right there with them when we all got sentenced!


    Na... Just jokin! Beautiful aren't they!

    -Steve
     
  4. Hungry Seagull

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    Oh my goodness, I just have to get the mags out and get dinner ready.

    I cannot resist the ... must... not... .. must not shoot....
     
  5. 351 WINCHESTER

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    I had several chances to shoot a very nice 8 point buck at my sister's place this hunting season. She considers the deer as her pets. She feeds them corn and other treats. Some of the doe's come within a few feet of her, but the buck is still pretty wild. I had him in my crosshairs more than once, but honored her wishes. She doesn't mind me shooting turkeys or coyotes though.
     
  6. ArmedBear

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    Those pictures look fake, they're so close!

    Cool to see them like that, even if you can partake of any of their backstraps.:D
     
  7. 1KPerDay

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    Get offa my lawn, you hoodlums!!!
     
  8. Husker1911

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    The elk look pretty good, too!
     
  9. Pilot

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    The Elk do this in Estes Park, CO also. They come into residential areas all the time.
     
  10. Asherdan

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    Time to break out the archery gear and canvass the neighbors in advance about following a blood trail onto their property!
     
  11. MCgunner

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    Something tells me my Crossman .177 wouldn't be enough. :D
     
  12. earlthegoat2

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    I hear the gangs are getting bad out there.
     
  13. WardenWolf

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    "I like big BUCKS and I cannot lie. Those other brothers can't deny."
     
  14. wrc376

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    where are their hoodies?

    were they packin?
     
  15. rondog

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    Yeah, Estes Park is crawling with 'em. I've seen some really nice elk there. This one was grazing by our rented cabin one year. They're beautiful to watch, but man, keep your distance! The grandson and I got pretty close, but we made sure to stay on the far side of that big flower garden.

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  16. theken206

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    WOW at some of those bulls.

    and lol I thought this was a serious thread, I was about to say that the nortenos run deep in billings with connections to the bay area
     
  17. Big Bill

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    It's too bad that we've pushed these beautiful animals out of their traditional range so that we can put up more of our cardboard mansions. It's pathetic and just not right. Look at the pictures of these animals closely, for they won't be with us for long,
     
  18. happybrew

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    I've seen plenty of elk tracks in my deer hunting area, but never an elk. OTOH, I've seen large herds on a dairy farm next to a freeway where the hunters can't get them. They are not stupid animals...

    About 11 years ago we were at Redwood National Park and a herd of them came right into our campground. Beautiful, majestic animals. I would be thrilled if they came into my neighborhood, but that's not likely to happen.
     
  19. redneck2

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    I'd rather have one in my freezer than on my lawn.
     
  20. 4Freedom

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    Whats America coming to when gangs of roving elk come invading your homes. Well in our neck of the woods we get black bear and big elk/deer hanging out side our homes, but they are not so bold to do it in broad daylight like that.
     
  21. MCgunner

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    Well, if I saw one walking down the street in Port Lavaca, I'd call the Victoria zoo and ask 'em what's up.

    But, then, they ain't got gators in Montana, so I guess we're even. :D
     
  22. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    What the?? :eek:

    How stupid are these elk? Wait, no, I guess they are smart -they know they're safe when they're out of the woods and in the neighborhood.

    What part of Montana is this?
     
  23. Fisherman_48768

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    Of course they are smart, didn't you notice the diversion they posted on the periphery, sure got me distracted.
     
  24. Javelin

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    Nothing like that down here in Texas.

    :)
     
  25. leathermanwave

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    Gardiner, Right outside of Yellowstone park.
     
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