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do you take too much equipment in the woods???

Old 12-14-2003, 10:09 AM
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Default RE: do you take too much equipment in the woods???

Why is it, when you think you've got everything your gonna need -you get to your destination, there is always seems to be that one thing you forgot? [] no matter how many items are on the list.
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Old 12-14-2003, 01:40 PM
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Default RE: do you take too much equipment in the woods???

Stuckinthereeds, we be here in the Kootenai National Forest about 14 miles from Eureka, Mt. along the Cannuk border. The last I saw the Montana homeboys had a thread going in the West Forum, but kinda slow so I don't go there to often.
NYbowhunter, I think its intresting how you hunt Thelastboyscout down from one post to another, why not let the issue die or use the little green icon.
Sorry didn't intend to get away from the main subject as I have already answered it. Bobby
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Old 12-14-2003, 03:00 PM
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Default RE: do you take too much equipment in the woods???

not really. Just a strong back.

Whats with carrying all the cell phones? I don't know how you all hunt, but if your in Montana in the mountins hunting, fishing, hiking, whatever, cell phones don't get any range at all. Leave the cells at home. Whats the good of carrying one if your to out of range to use it? Get a two way radio.
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