Know a guy who hunted in there on the first 5 days of the season every year in archery and he killed a bull by spot and stalk every year above timberline for something like 14 years..
2 years in a row he killed a bull in the first 20 minutes of the season.
Hes too old to hunt there now.
Tumble your brass and when thats done Steel wool your cases for a second to make sure you have no burs or crap on your case and then wipe them with a rag.
Then use Readings Imperial sizing wax. You problems should end.
Honestly my main concerns are with the hunter overcrowding in the archery seasons and the rise in point creep.
-I would like to see Archery go to a limited entry draw requiring preference points where necessary.
-I would like to see all of the second choice licenses also require the use of...
So basically they are not addressing any of my personal concerns and most of the other peoples concerns.
They have to do something about the flood gates of the OTC hunters and the rise in point creep across the state. This isn't addressing any of that.
Its all about the money folks. Know that.
Fords used to be great trucks.
My dad had a 1986 Bronco (Pre-OJ)
Badass vehicle. Straight 6. Locking hubs. It was a 2 door badass.
I would touch a Ford these days. They are strictly chick trucks as best.
I have been there 6 times on Fly-in DIY Archery moose hunts.
Few things you need:
2 Pairs of Knee high Rubber Boots
1 Pair of packable chest waders ( I never used these one time but I always had them with me)
100 feet of heavy duty rope.
Several knives that are easily sharpened.
If you are not licensed, get your license. (IMHO degrees mean nothing to a firm. Proessional Licenses do)
After that you can find a firm that will let you work from home 8 hours a day and make a very comfortable living.
Most people would dream to have that.
You will find out that you'll...