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Papaed

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Looking for hunting and fishing partners in north Idaho 63 retired good shape wanting to get out more
 

AlaskaHunter

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I recently retired at age 62 and my sheep hunting partner aged out...unfortunately I'm 2700 miles away.
I moved up to Alaska from Moscow, ID 30 years ago...lots of good memories especially hunting,
I liked spring gobblers, the long uplan bird hunting season and the long whitetail season.
Good luck..enjoy your retirement and hunting/fishing.
 

Papaed

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Thanks for the kind words , hope your well in Alaska. Hope to get there for some salmon and halibut fishing . I retired from construction 4 years ago here in Spirt lake and love it, growing faster than what I was expecting but beautiful just the same , good luck enjoy your retirement
 

44hunter45

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North Idaho
I recently retired at age 62 and my sheep hunting partner aged out...unfortunately I'm 2700 miles away.
I moved up to Alaska from Moscow, ID 30 years ago...lots of good memories especially hunting,
I liked spring gobblers, the long uplan bird hunting season and the long whitetail season.
Good luck..enjoy your retirement and hunting/fishing.
That's about when we arrived here in Latah County. Now I'm obsessed with retiring to SE AK.
 

Grepgaston

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Good day Papaed-
I’m also looking for an Idaho hunt/fish partner. I’ve lived in the Spokane Coeur d Alene area for a good portion of my life. I moved to Oregon for a decade and having moved back to the N Idaho area have lost my previous partners. They’ve moved away or partake in things I’m not interested in anymore like drinking. I’m 44- in reasonable shape- and hunt hard! I’m pretty much solely an Archer and have been for 20yrs now. I hunt Solo BUT would feel better about chasing Elk with a partner this September. I’m the type of hunter whom will chase a bugle anywhere, I don’t care if it’s 2500ft down in a Hellhole- I WILL get the meat out even if it takes 3-4days- I will get the meat cooled and figure out how to keep it cool until it’s out. I’m very particular, driven, and not really hunting as a vacation. I’m there to work my behind off and will certainly enjoy myself but my enjoyment comes from being committed to the task at hand. I’m not the guy with a wall tent, sitting around the fire at night drinking a beer. Rather, I’m hiking into the mountain in the dark and probably coming off the mountain in the dark, that is if I don’t decide to just throw down a tarp and sleep on the hill. At camp, I’m there to eat, get packed for the next day or days hunt, then sleep so I can get up the next morning as prepared as possible to do it all over again. Apologies for the long winded bio! I will take it a little easier when fishing, but again am there to catch fish, so I’m pretty focused and serious about success. If you’re looking for a serious person whose only satisfied by knowing I left it ALL on the mountain or river, shoot me a message or reply here
 

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