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About eaglemountainman

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    New York Hunter

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    East Branch, NY and Crystal River, Fl
  • Interests
    Hunting, Fly fishing, ATV's, boating, tan dark haired women in tiny bikinis

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  • Hunting Location
    Delaware County and Adirondacks
  • Hunting Gun
    Ole Reliable
  • Bow
    An old Hoyt Pro Vantage

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  1. Here ya go. Check the attention span of the leader of the, once free, world. He decides to go off and chase butterflies, while his idiot wife gushes about how she wishes she went to school there.
  2. So while creepy Joe is memorializing 9/11, an event he probably doesn't even remember, do you think he'll mention all the sons and daughters of The Republic that he left, hung out to dry, during his hugely successful pull out of Afghanistan? All those lives lie at the feet of that clown you call POTUS.
  3. Back in the '80s and '90s, we used to see some beautiful bucks along the stretch from Mattituck out to Orient while dragging the boat out that way. Real shame.
  4. I've used good ol' Tinks 69 on rags that I hung on trees, and on a few occasions, had bucks rub the hell out of those same little cedars within a couple of hours while I was off on a walkabout. One time, I even blew out a decent buck that was bedded directly behind one of those trees. Pretty hit or miss though. I've had way more occasions where scents seemed to have no apparent affect.
  5. Lots of good options. Hart is one of them. I just had a Ruger 77RL tanger rebarreled by Mcgowen to 260 Rem. Very happy with what I received back from them as far as workmanship, finish and accuracy. Just an FWI, turn around can be pretty lengthy with a lot of these shops, and what they tell you up front is never written in stone. Just have to be patient.
  6. I placed this on a few other forums and thought I'd place it here as well. Sorry if it's in the wrong sub forum. I'm looking to purchase my first chronograph and have been giving the Sport model a look at $179. From the videos and reviews that I've seen so far, they seem like a straight forward, accurate and convenient unit to set up and use, even in shit weather. Does anyone here have any experience with them, or anything positive/negative to comment? The V3 model has a bunch of whistles and bells, but not sure it would be worth twice the price at $360.
  7. After paying my neighbor/taxi, who subbed the job out to a butcher acquaintance, and getting back product of dubious quality, I decided it would be a very useful skill to learn how to do myself. So, back in the early '80s, I acquired a VHS tape of Leonard LaRue boning out, seperating and wrapping individual whole muscles from the entire deer, after Peter Fiduccia, (not a fan), rattles in and kills a buck. If you can find a CD copy, I would highly recommend the butchering segment. Just forward past Fiduccia's hunting sequence.
  8. 2020 Muley was $680 delivered from Wyoming to Florida.
  9. I often don't agree with Grouse's point of view, but this is one time I absolutely do. My wife is a liberal and we have differing opinions on a lot of social issues. But that's fine by both of us. We can have intelligent discussion, ( sometimes warmly debated), on a subject and, while not in agreement, can respect each other's position. Her sister, on the other hand, is a leftist. In her eyes, there is only one way to see an issue, and that is the lock step leftist way. Sometimes, I think she'd sooner see me dead than have me thinking alternative thoughts. No, I don't believe there i
  10. This. Plus, thoroughly enjoying myself on my Wyoming muley trip again this year. I have such a blast out there every year! It's not essential that I top, or even equal, my buck from last year...just love that spot and stalk style of hunting.
  11. I do own some Kryptek Highlander pieces and wear it occasionally. Mostly though, I wear a plaid shirt/jac or my Woolrich Buffalo plaid wool coat with old Carhartt canvas or Filson Tincloth pants. I manage to hang meat now and then. I am a believer in snow camo.
  12. Yes, look at his brow tines. In both sets of photos it looks like his left brow rides just a titch higher on the main beam than the right.
  13. Yep. I think that's part of why I got played. I've always thought of this site as all sunshine and buttercups, and never expected that kind of shit from the good fellows that play here. I let my guard down and paid for it. My feelings sting more than my wallet.
  14. Seems like a good idea, but guys like this probably have a wallet full of phony licenses.
  15. Yeah, I saw that 10 post count the day after I sent the funds. That was my uh oh moment. I was 95% sure then that the pooch was screwed.
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