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Elk / didn't get my elk this year
« on: December 22, 2017, 10:04:49 AM »
I got drawn in a new zone this year, good looking elk country, but I didn't get an elk. In the early season, I only had time to go hunting for a few hours, with the oilpatch picking out after 3 years dead, and harvest time on the ranch. I got a few days in the late season to hate, but seen only a few cows. In this new zone there is 2 good herds of elk, one being on the edge of native land(only native hunting allowed). This year, that herd never did come off that native lands onto the farmlands, so no one had access to them. The other herd stays around a block of land that the owner's are wildlife members, and don't allow no hunting. My dad got a 5x5, opening day of early season,just off that block of land, on land he had permission to hunt on. After the landowner helped him load the elk, in the truck, dad and the landowner got harassed by these wildlife members on the road. They was pissed off, one of the elk was off their land and got shot. When I was there in the late season, all the land around that block of no hunting land had a lot of snowmobile tracks on it. I talked to a few local hunter's there, and they are said, those wildlife members, snowmobiled there everyday, just to keep the elk on their land. But I still had good time just being out hunting  8)

Rob

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Just to remind any of the Saskatchewan members here, the big game draw is only open from May 1- May 25 now, so get your applicants in.  8)

Rob

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Reloading / grip and pull bullet pullers
« on: October 23, 2016, 10:27:46 AM »
Has anyone use these? and if so, how did they work? How much damage to the bullet? I got a couple of hundred rounds of reloaded ammo, that I got in a misc box at a auction, and I want to try to rescue the bullets. My RCBS collet puller, damages them abit.

Rob

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I picked up a japan made Mark V fibermark  7mm Wby, and a box of ammo, never been fired for $550 today from an estate of an collector. I plan on setting it up, get a load worked up for it, and give it to my nephew. Maybe now he will stop eyeing up my 270 Wby's  8)

Rob



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Whitetail Deer / non typical Saskatchewan whitetail
« on: December 01, 2015, 09:18:55 AM »
A local fellow got this buck on the weekend, about 30 km's north of me in Northwest Saskatchewan, he has not been scored yet, but I'm guessing he will be around 200.

Rob


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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / I scratched my ass today
« on: February 09, 2015, 07:34:49 PM »
As it seems from the other post on here, if an subject is posted around the campfire everything goes, and no one has to read it if they don't  want to or has the right to make a unfriendly comment on it, even if the subject is a member spilling water on themselves, or a member posting that he is bored one night. I agree that no one has to read anyone's post on here, but I don't agree on the right to post an unfriendly comment if you don't like it. I got thinking, I've been here since 2008, only here for the tech stuff, and didn't care about the other babbling bullsh*t, that's why only 214 posts. Well, maybe it's time to start getting my number of posts up, and since everything goes, around the campfire, even babbling bullsh*t like spilling water on themselves or being bored, I'm posting that I scratched my ass today  ;D  and jesus, to bad you still can't upload pics on here without using photobucket, I would have posted a pic also  ;D hahahahaha. Remember you don't have to read this if you don't want to.  ;D  hahaha

This is kind of fun, I can see why some member's do it  :D

Rob

 


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Around the Campfire (General Discussion) / 8 lb jugs of powder
« on: February 18, 2014, 07:27:50 PM »
If any of my fellow Canadians are looking for 8 lb jugs of IMR 7828SSC, IMR 4350, and others, www.higgisonpowders.com  has some in stock for a reasonable price ($220 per 8 lb jug). Free shipping on orders over 21 lbs   

Rob





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