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RedDevilinAZ
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2 years ago

swampash wrote:
2 years ago
RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
Heading out on an Elk hunt (or well armed camping trip) this morning we will be in the field for a little over a week. We will be just south of the Grand Canyon National Park at about 7,500 ft, a very diverse area ranging from scrub oak and chaparral to big Ponderosa Pines.

A little extreme just to miss the Liverpool game I realise, biut ...
Enjoy!
Could have got you to grab me some elk hair - really useful for fly tying. But bought a stash a few weeks ago.
Four and half days criss crossing woods and meadows and did not see a single elk, deer and javelina but no elk.
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Sid
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2 years ago

RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
swampash wrote:
2 years ago
RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
Heading out on an Elk hunt (or well armed camping trip) this morning we will be in the field for a little over a week. We will be just south of the Grand Canyon National Park at about 7,500 ft, a very diverse area ranging from scrub oak and chaparral to big Ponderosa Pines.

A little extreme just to miss the Liverpool game I realise, biut ...
Enjoy!
Could have got you to grab me some elk hair - really useful for fly tying. But bought a stash a few weeks ago.
Four and half days criss crossing woods and meadows and did not see a single elk, deer and javelina but no elk.
Could that be because of the climate crisis / ecological damage, or did you forget your glasses?
RedDevilinAZ
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Posts: 313
Joined: 2 years ago
Location: Prescott

2 years ago

Sid wrote:
2 years ago
RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
swampash wrote:
2 years ago
RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
Heading out on an Elk hunt (or well armed camping trip) this morning we will be in the field for a little over a week. We will be just south of the Grand Canyon National Park at about 7,500 ft, a very diverse area ranging from scrub oak and chaparral to big Ponderosa Pines.

A little extreme just to miss the Liverpool game I realise, biut ...
Enjoy!
Could have got you to grab me some elk hair - really useful for fly tying. But bought a stash a few weeks ago.
Four and half days criss crossing woods and meadows and did not see a single elk, deer and javelina but no elk.
Could that be because of the climate crisis / ecological damage, or did you forget your glasses?
It could have also been because old farts walking around the woods make a lot more noise than I used too.
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Sid
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2 years ago

RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
swampash wrote:
2 years ago
RedDevilinAZ wrote:
2 years ago
Heading out on an Elk hunt (or well armed camping trip) this morning we will be in the field for a little over a week. We will be just south of the Grand Canyon National Park at about 7,500 ft, a very diverse area ranging from scrub oak and chaparral to big Ponderosa Pines.

A little extreme just to miss the Liverpool game I realise, biut ...
Enjoy!
Could have got you to grab me some elk hair - really useful for fly tying. But bought a stash a few weeks ago.
Four and half days criss crossing woods and meadows and did not see a single elk, deer and javelina but no elk.
:)) Fair play
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1 month ago

Must be time to rekindle this thread, surely?
Greetings from the Liverpool penal colony formerly known as Whitehaven...
From ghoulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord deliver us...and while you're at it, a bit of a helping hand with hobbits wouldn't go amiss...
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