In the mornings when I am driving through the front gate of the AF base, the fat rent-a-cop there greets me with a smile and a "morn'n". I reply back "Hi, how are you today?" He in turn says "Living the dream, living the dream."Just living the dream...
I had drawn a Raspberry bull tag back in October but ended up in Anchorage for over half of my 11 day season. The last weekend we planned to run over in my friends 28 foot boat it was blowing and stacking up pretty bad so we canned the trip. This was a registration hunt, which is the left over harvest quota for Afognak after the draw hunts are over. It's mainly just the local crowd that have access to the larger vessels due to the weather (we were on a 58 foot crabber/ cod boat). We were hunting "joint venture" land, which is open to the public. Most of Afognak is native land but a bunch of it is joint venture with the state or something, don't ask me all I know is that its public access.Nice job TB! Were you hunting on native land? I don't really keep up with the elk hunts on Raspberry, Afognak, etc...was this a draw or over the counter?
Well I supposed to a guy from Utah they would be well hung....Congrats! I've heard tell that the elk hung on Afognak is a pretty tough hunt!
I have a 6,000 cubic inch pack and had meat sticking about a foot out the top. Funny thing was that we had to cross a river at the beach to get to the skiff and I no more than got out of the river and one of my shoulder straps ripped off the pack d@mn near putting me on the ground again.Trevor,
Congrats on the elk. You are an animal! I have had the pleasure of packing roosevelt elk out of the rain forests of Western Washington. Whe you tip one over, the fun begins!
A pregnant woman told you to tell me Hi??? Oh man I hope I don't have to move again....NIce footwear. Those boots seem to be the official footwear of kodiak!!! Even the waitresses at Henry's were wearing them.
Ohhh by the way the pregnant waitress there said to say Hi!!!!!
Nice Bulls wish they came that quick here in MT.