Hunting season

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gregb
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Re: Hunting season

Post by gregb » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:34 pm

My yungest son and I rode past the parking spot at the trail crossing today. It's just someplace to pull off along a dirt road. I wont mind parking my junk there for the day but if a friend goes along we might need to find a more visible area. I'd feel bad if something happened to his truck.

Anyway, on the way back we saw three huge birds (turkeys) crossing the road :D

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Re: Hunting season

Post by zelph » Mon Nov 23, 2009 10:45 am

gregb wrote:My yungest son and I rode past the parking spot at the trail crossing today. It's just someplace to pull off along a dirt road. I wont mind parking my junk there for the day but if a friend goes along we might need to find a more visible area. I'd feel bad if something happened to his truck.

Anyway, on the way back we saw three huge birds (turkeys) crossing the road :D
On the local news last night it was reported one hunter fatality up in Wisconsin, no specifics until autopsy has been made.
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Re: Hunting season

Post by Ridgerunner » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:01 pm

On the local news last night it was reported one hunter fatality up in Wisconsin, no specifics until autopsy has been made.
Happens every year.

either a hunter shoots at "something" moving or he falls out of a tree ! Treestands come with safety harnesses for a reason but some are to lazy or macho to use them. ;)
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