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    Default Hunt Trade??

    In another thread I rambled on about elk hunting.

    Being the barter maniac that I am I have a proposition.

    Trade hunts.

    I have access to some awfully fine whitetail hunting here.
    Nice sized does and loads of bucks.

    Non-Res licenses are (by memory) $200 for the buck
    drawing and only $55 for antlerless after the first
    draw. You can purchase more than one doe tag.

    Crazy??? Perhaps...........

    Can supply a nice heated travel trailer for your housing.

    I would think 2 to 3 people would be max. for both ends

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    I have an open invitation for anyone wanting to bear hunt....no trade required, just show up ready to shoot bear.
    "I reject your reality, and substitute my own." Adam Savage

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    Quote Originally Posted by peggjam View Post
    I have an open invitation for anyone wanting to bear hunt....no trade required, just show up ready to shoot bear.
    Hopefully you are training them now with high voltage and low amps....and baited aluminum fencing wire and it's working!
    Good luck...

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    PJ........ Bear are awfully tasty as well. You should
    bing it and fill the freezer.

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    Well, I have a yard full of turkeys and a short hike past that is a pasture full of hogs. My four year old will give you a guided archery-only hunt if you are interested... Rifle season won't open until Cristmas morning...
    Poor turkeys.

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    Pegjam, what kind of cammo do you recomend for your bear hunting? something in a white and box type? or would a yellow and black stripe pattern work too? wouldthe bear calls sound like bzzzzzzzzz?

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    Alright............ Alright......... enough levity already.

    This is supposed to be a serious thread........

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    Sundance...I don't need to hunt elsewhere...got any bee stuff for trade? Always looking for hive bodies, good filled out frames, a cowen decapper, etc, etc.
    Life is tough, but it's tougher when you're stupid. John Wayne

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    I have hive bodies (10 frame) and no Cowen. But I do
    have a Gunness. Just haven't had the time to get
    serious about selling it.

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    How did you like the Gunness? How many hive bodies...I run 10 frame?
    Life is tough, but it's tougher when you're stupid. John Wayne

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    Default Taste of Colorado

    Life is tough, but it's tougher when you're stupid. John Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zane View Post
    Pegjam, what kind of cammo do you recomend for your bear hunting? something in a white and box type? or would a yellow and black stripe pattern work too? wouldthe bear calls sound like bzzzzzzzzz?
    I suggest a layered look, with brood frames and girls hanging from the shoulders down......
    "I reject your reality, and substitute my own." Adam Savage

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha6 View Post
    How did you like the Gunness? How many hive bodies...I run 10 frame?
    The Gunness is fantastic!! For large operations it is a good
    one. It is the larger one.

    I bought it at auction and later a Cowen at auction. For my
    needs the Cowen is a much better fit as one person can
    run it.

    The Gunness really needs 2 people to feed and tail the
    conveyors. It's too fast for me..........

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    I have about 150 unassembled 10 frame bodies, new,
    straight run (no selects culled out).

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    Nice pics alpha!!!! I have been to Colorado several times.
    Stayed in Estes Park and Loveland for over a month in
    the 70's. But the wife didn't want to settle there.

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