Who Else Is Stoked for 2021 Season!?

OldSnort

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Mar 19, 2021
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I just stoked the fire. Does that count?
Ran into a small herd of elk down the road from home the other day. Couple dozen cows with some spikes in the bunch sparing.
Looks like I'll be getting firewood early this year as roads will be dry and passable into the Gila,my woodpile. I'll go scout for deer while getting wood.
Got lots of work on my porches to do this summer so mid season scouting will be used and I'll have a porch to scout elk from....I'm stoked. lol
Is there any place in NM for 72 year old arthritic geezer to hunt, I can still get out but my mountain climbing days are over
 

WyoDoug

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I am. Started turkey in area 3 this year. Moving back to area 5 when it opens on the 20th. Not finding anything scouting.

Put in for deer and antelope tags. Buck muley tag will be general OTC. If I do elk this year, it will likely be around Laramie area on a general.

Then getting OTC licenses for pheasant, doves, grouse and rabbits. And lots of fishing this year.
 

OntarioHunter

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Same old story. Booked my flights to Africa today. Hope I get surgeries done before I leave. Gallbladder seems to have resolved itself so I'm half ready to go. I may just have to tough out the hernia ... again. The damn gun handling fee for flight from Port Elizabeth to Joberg on some local airline was almost as much as the air fare. I will be hunting buffalo and waterbuck near Kimberly then back to PE for various plains game. PH is still pushing for sable but I simply do not have the wall space for even a skull. They are obtrusive. I'll be back in time for goose season then off to Montana for uplands, deer, and maybe an elk if one gets in the way.
 
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