Alright...

Alright...

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    Alright...

    One of y'all needs to hurry up and kill something.

    We're getting worse than a bunch of old men...weather...locust thorns...and new possible taxes.

    I'll be headed on a drive out to Spokane, WA in a couple of days so you'll have to count me out of offering anything productive for the next couple of weeks. I may hit a new property for hogs tonight though...old boy has a 18 acre hay meadow that was completely destroyed this winter/spring. Found some fresh shoat tracks as soon as I stepped out of the truck.
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    And it looks like I just came through, LOL.

    A pretty big boar just interrupted my supper a few minutes ago. He's hanging out in my pasture permanently now.

    Of interesting note.* He measured 43" (about 230lbs), and I got a full pass through at about 60 yards with a 64gr .223 Speer Gold Dot.* He was quartering toward me. The bullet entered center neck and exited right at the front shoulder.* He didn't do anything but drop and run in place for 45 seconds.

    So it looks like the pass through Texas heart shot on a 40 lb. Shoat last month wasnt a fluke.

    I'll post pictures later as I have to shrink them before I can attach...and that means I need to transfer them to my computer.
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    The only thing I'm killing with any regularity is skeeters. They have came on with a vengeance.
    No pigs in my area, and all the hunting seasons are closed.
    The fish are biting though.
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    I went to the lease yesterday and sweated my ass off in the timber and saw 2 does being carried off by mosquitoes
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    Had to get the heck outta dodge yesterday so I took the boys for a day/ night fishing trip up the road to Seminoe Reservoir. No skeeters to contend with but the biting fly’s were in attendance. We managed a 2-man limit of 12 rainbows averaging 18”. Once the sun set the crawfish came out in droves. We scooped up 15#+ with hand nets. Having a crawfish boil tonight.

    Being WY, I never leave home without a set of bino’s. Just sitting on the beach fishing we saw a group of 30-35 bighorn sheep about 1/2 mile away feeding out on a ridge flat, dozens of antelope in the lowland flats below the mountains and close to 2 dozen mule deer milling around the hillsides. All in a days viewing pleasure around here.

    Digger1833——So wnhat’s in Spokane, WA? I was born and raised about 2 hours south in the Tri-Cities (Kennewick). Made a trip back home last month. All my family still lives in SE WA. You driving or flying?
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