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Terve Kevin ja hauska tavata myöskin. Ymmärrän hyvin sinun kirjoitustasi. Kyllä, minä asun Oulussa, mutta minun lapsuudenkoti on Suomussalmella, n 250 kilometriä Oulusta itään päin. Haluasin asua Suomussalmella mutta siellä ei ole oikein töitä tarjolla. En metsästä täällä Oulussa vaan menen metsälle aina Suomussalmella. Täällä meillä on nyt todella suuri hirvikanta ja paljon metsästettevää. Myöskin kanalintuja näyttää tulevan paljon. Toivottavasti lintuinfluenssa pysyy poissa.

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kevin davis wrote:
Oli hauska lukea suomenkielta taas. En ole metsastanyt suomessa, mutta olisi hauska kayda toista kerta hirvia varten joskus. Olen metsastanyt muissa maissa (katso muissa forumissa). Toivottavasti ymmarat sita, mita haluan sanoa, silla en voi kaytaa computeria tarpeeksi kirjoitaakseni oikein. Olen asunut suomessa ennekuin ja olen kaynyt kolme kerta sen jalkeen. Suomi on kaunis maa. Asutko Oulussa? Kavin siella kaksi kerta. Asun Texasissa nykyisin ja talvi suomess olisi ikava, silla taalla erikoisen kylman paivan lampomaara olisi 50 (F). Hauska tavata.

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Sorry guys, I happen to know several languages and could write this in german, spanish or possibly russian if i tried harder and had the correct keyboard. I really ought to spring for a new multilanguage keyboard. You ought to try speaking finnish. Reading it is a bit easier. Tervetuloa Texasiin, kaikki suomalaiset! Kaykaa metsastaaksenne Texasissa.

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I see you added more pictures. I think your country is beutiful! I like your fox hounds best. This picture is great:
http://www.kettusavotta.1g.fi/kuvat/Uudet+kuvat+New+photos/el%E4imet.pen...

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Hi again

Yes, those little dogs are looking pretty funny and I think they will be very good huntingdogs in future. Those dogs "parents" have won many competitions here in finland. In my own gallery (tuomo's gallery) are also new photos from Norway, where I and couple of my friends were fishing last week. Weather was great and we get some fish too... Thumbs up
So there are about 2 months left and then our huntingseason starts. I'm really waiting for sebtember, becouse then I have my holiday and I can spend it in forest...for hunting and taking photos. Big smile

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Just checked out your site. WOW. Beautiful Yes What other animals you hunt there?

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Thank you and good morning (its friday morning here now when I writing this) Redrider Big smile

There is listed some another animals we have permission to hunt:
mink, beaver, marten, ermine, bear, moose, duck, teal, goose
We also can hunt wolwes with special-license.
(hope that words are right)
I think those animals are the "main animals" we hunt here.

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I see you have Bison there, are they native? I hear your country has a lot of Moose, Do you run traplines too?

Thanks and welcome to BGH.

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Hunting starts again in Sept here too. Deer hunting with bow and arrow in September.
My brothers and Father were in Norway a few years back visiting family and they were invited to go on a moose hunt but they didn't go (I wish I was there) they said a lot of people would walk through a wooded area and drive the moose out to a hunter that was the designated shooter and he would take the shot. One brother and my father hunt but were not interested because they couldn't shoot. I would have gone just to experiance the way it is done there. I'll bet it would have been fun. I will be checking your website and looking for new pictures.

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Wow!!!!!!!!! I can't believe they passed that up. I'm with you, what an experience it would have been.

Are there any deer?

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