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Old 04-28-2010, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by ryano View Post
no man! i actually think you are taking what WE said the wrong way! LOL

I wasnt referring to you specifically!

if you were a selfish hunter, you would have ran and cut my bird off and killed him at LD's that morning LMAO!
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Old 04-28-2010, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ryano View Post
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I gotcha. My bad, man.....I'm a little quick on the draw today.

And I was drinking a strawberry milkshake that was so good it clouded my comprehension ability.
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Old 04-28-2010, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by tailfeather View Post
I think ya'll are taking what I'm saying the wrong way. Surely you understand what I mean.....and I'm far from a selfish prick. Ask Etter, Ray, Matt, Ernie, on and on......
It's just hard for me to think many serious hunters would spend hundreds of hours finding good public land honeyholes to simply give away those spots to complete strangers who are going to ruin them. And I too get as much of a kick out of helping or seeing somebody taking game as I do myself.
Exactly and no, you are not selfish at all Featherman and no serious hunter gives out there best producing and/or aesthetically pleasing public land places to just anybody. I hear you loud and clear and you just keep on remembering to call your ole buddy when you run across a real good crossing in the road!
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