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Old August 15th, 2012, 09:35 AM   #76
 
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Old August 15th, 2012, 03:37 PM   #77
 
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My cousin and i have been very close for a long time, he is a few years older than me and has been taking me hunting since he first got his drivers license. The only thing that we do not hunt together is deer anymore, we both have seperate favorite places, though i still help him with with tracking and i know the option is open if i were to need a hand. As of last deer season though, i got a new hunting partner, my little brother. He has shot the local archery shoots with me for 8 years, but never had any interest in hunting. Last fall i took him out and we got him his first deer. He now hunts everything else with my cousin and i. Coyotes, doves, ducks, geese, pheasants, rabbits and squirrels look out!
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Back when I was living in Alaska, my favorite hunting partner was Marvin. Now, Marvin was a poor shot, told bad jokes, mooched my beer, couldn't field dress a supermarket roast and always forgot to pay for his share of the gas money. In fact, the only thing Marvin had going for him as a hunting partner was that he was a bit overweight and had a stiff knee.

You see, we were hunting in grizzly bear territory and even though I couldn't hope to outrun a bear, with Marvin I didn't need to - all I had to do was outrun Marvin.

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You see, we were hunting in grizzly bear territory and even though I couldn't hope to outrun a bear, with Marvin I didn't need to - all I had to do was outrun Marvin.

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LOL....what ever happened to old marvin?? ...or did you finally run into that grizzly...nice one laidlerj.
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LOL....what ever happened to old marvin?? ...or did you finally run into that grizzly...nice one laidlerj.
So far as I know, Marvin is still up North annoying his hunting buddies.

True story: on a caribou hunt (not with me), one of the guys I used to go hunting with draped a caribou hide over himself in order to sneak up closer to a herd out on a bare section of tundra. One of the guys he was hunting with (they had separated to stalk the herd) was drawing a bead on this "funny looking caribou" when he realized that it wasn't really a caribou.

There are some guys who should always hunt alone.


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So far as I know, Marvin is still up North annoying his hunting buddies.

True story: on a caribou hunt (not with me), one of the guys I used to go hunting with draped a caribou hide over himself in order to sneak up closer to a herd out on a bare section of tundra. One of the guys he was hunting with (they had separated to stalk the herd) was drawing a bead on this "funny looking caribou" when he realized that it wasn't really a caribou.

There are some guys who should always hunt alone.


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Perhaps he should have used one of these ...LOL
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My brother. We have always hunted well together.
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My son. We hunt, fish, and camp together. Even spent time together in the Amazon jungle in Peru.
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As a kid I hunted with a friend (small game). He has long since moved away and ever since then I have always gone solo!
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