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Aww. The classic "I don't actually have any but let me tell you all about it" post. I have chains for my 2500 for snow and mud and have used them in both. The front end is really where they do the most good and I like a decent heavy chain with good grousers. Big thing is make sure they fit...
After my research on and Alps pad yesterday I have decided I am at a point in life where I can choose to support American companies more. Just figured I would ask on companies for an inflatable pad. It looks to me like Thermarest is the only one. Do you guys know any other American made options?
I really wish they would re-think the way that youth opener is set up. It was a good idea the first year when those 2 days fell just before opening weekend of rifle season but every year since then these days now fall when archery season is still open.
That's actually probably a lot more reasonable than you think. 2,500 square feet for 400k only comes out to about $160 per square foot. A custom built house should really run at or a little higher than $200 per square foot.
Make sure you are not going to have any domestic animal bycatch with that thing. The traps don't care what steps into them. I trap myself so I'm not on an anti trapping speal here but under your privacy fence is a bad place for a lethal style trap and probably illegal to boot. Catching...
Trail cameras are allowed year round in Montana but they cannot have a remote connection during any open season. As far as baiting I believe it is illegal to bait or feed wild animals for any reason at any time of the year.