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I believe we have a HT'er on the Elk Management Revision Committee. Maybe optimistic but hopefully there's some good to come from that.
Been spending some time in 680 looking for sheep this year. Have seen two well known planes on several occasions. Once while scoping out some rams. A few close circles pushed those rams into hiding quickly.
I’ve noticed my gps location (blue dot) tracks so well one day. Then other days it stays grey and doesn’t track at all. Happened this weekend. Saturday was perfect. Sunday sucked. I really wanted to record a track but couldn’t.
wide open canopy, nothing to obscure satellite view. Is it a...
Cooney has my vote though I believe G wins easily. Reason being the numbers of total votes in the primary. IIRC, 225k total R votes, and 148k D votes. That's a lot of votes to make up. Unfortunately, hunting for the average person will certainly not get better.
When I was camper shopping a couple years ago I considered a toy hauler with my half ton. To stay in the load range I could only look at the smaller toy haulers and didn't care for many of the other camper options that were more important to me. It was never about the engine power but seemed...
I picked up the Meopta meopro a couple months ago and have been really happy with it. Had it set up next to a swaro for comparison and really didn’t see much difference looking at a hillside two miles away on 20 and 60 power.
I've spent hundreds of dollars on insoles over the past several years. Mostly because I have a neuroma under my ring toe. I've found insoles to be a lot like boots. Everyone's foot is different and you may need to try several to get the right one. For me, most insoles are slightly thicker...
I sent meindl USA a direct message asking the same question. I've had two pairs of the cabelas meindl Denali boots and the Vakuum boots are the same boot. They said order the same size as I did in the Denali's.
I started looking at trailers a few years ago. My criteria was less than 25’; less than 5000 pounds and $15k. After the wife and I finished looking we ended up with a 28’; 7500 pounds and $23k...haha. It has a slide and bunk beds. Have used it quite a bit now through late November each year...
The 66i will accept the newer OnX chips. However, if you have an older chip, it likely will not work. When I was researching, there have been some compatibility issues between chips. I have a new chip and took my chip from my old 64s and put it in the 66i and it worked perfectly.
I went with the yearly low end plan. You can customize your 3 pre-set messages to say whatever you want. They're unlimited so if I use it the way I'm thinking I will, I shouldn't need to send customized messages very often.
Switched to the 143 grain Hammer's last year for my 280AI. Accuracy was great and 6 animals taken last year. 4 animals dropped where they stood, 2 ran about 25 yards each. Minimal bloodshot or meat loss. I'm impressed and won't be switching any time soon.
I think the topo maps suck on the Explorer +. I also don't like the GPS functionality of it. If you are planning to use it as a communicator only then no worries or get the mini. I just bought the Garmin 66i which is a communicator and good GPS. Pretty happy with it so far. The OnX chip...
I use GPS function in some form nearly every day of the year. I do use OnX fairly frequently but also carry a Garmin GPS. I use both about the same amount. I've been a big fan of the 60 series and currently use a 64s. Will be picking up a 66i here very soon.