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I went to the site GH linked to...what is a "limited access field hunt?" It looked like a city park - no cover, mowed grass and all. Some of the other pictures looked just like the elk was coming in to his buddy with the feed bucket.
Limited Access Field Hunt = hunting on private land. You need to have permission from the private landowner to access their private land. This is the most accepted interpretation of a Limited Access Field Hunt. smilies/wink.gif
Awwww aren't they cute. they look like tamed elk. lol lol lol I wonder if they have names? lol lol lol lol smilies/hump.gif smilies/hump.gif that's cool though. Are the elk in a fenced area or do they roam free?
ITs about time Kurt gets some of his exploits in the journal! I cant wait for the day that he lays out the last 6 or 7 years of bulls in a row in one story. You ever gonna do that Kurt? You would reach "American Idol" status in about 2.2 seconds.
I concur, great articles Greenie. Although I don't know if I agree in your tips section about buying the best equipment you can afford. I have this $29.95 Tasco that has killed...never mind, I won't go there. smilies/rolleyes.gif
Anyway, once again great articles, but I think you need another on how to whack big bulls consistantly on public land. Except tell them it only works in Colorado or something. smilies/biggrin.gif
Got mine yeaterday, and finally got a chance to read it.
Good stories, well written.
Did you tell the boys at Eastmans you have enough stuff to fill a couple of issues ?
Send em the "Freak" antelope, it ought to make the cover !