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sounds like a good idea..

sounds like a good idea.. thank you for ur advise

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It Can Be Done!

 

You are right is that it is not what most women may be comfortable in doing.  But don't stop trying.  My wife introduced me to her female friend who wanted to do some big game hunting this past year.  Deb was a 1st time hunter last year.  Attached are two pics of a mule deer doe and bull elk I helped her get last year.  So definitely do your homework and find yourself a good hunting partner.  Good luck in your efforts and we look forward to some great hunting stories and pics from you!

 

 

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very nice

very nice

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I'll second Sean's comment and advise you to get active in the site.

I'm a firm believer that you can get to know a lot about a person by how they write. I've managed to make a couple of buddies on this site and have had doors opened to me hunting wise that I couldn't even dream of prior to joining this forum. It may seem like some of the help is slow in coming but one has to give it time. Let us hear about your struggles, failures, and successes. Not every story has a happy ending but how one deals with the situation is telling.

Being honest and open has opened more doors to me than anything else. Also, don't afraid to ask. The worse someone can say is, "No." It's not like you've never heard that before.

 

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yes i have heard it a couple

yes i have heard it a couple times  ::whistling:   i really do appreciate all of your guys advise. thank you again.

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Welcome to the site!!! If you

Welcome to the site!!! If you have any ??? about hunting in west Texas/New Mexico lemme know.

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Welcome to BGH. I'll agree

Welcome to BGH. I'll agree with Sean and biker it don't hurt to ask. This past season Prhunter and I hooked up on a hunt and I helped him get a nice mullie and that's was one of my best hunts. It's kinda nerve racking at first to meet other forum members but its well worth it. In fact I'm getting ready to go hunt pigs in Texas with some of my buddies from another forum on our HSF annual forum hunt I'm apart of and those hunts have opened the doors for me to hunt several different states.

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Got a pig last year i thought

Got a pig last year i thought those would be a dumb animal But there pretty damn smart. Are u going on public or Private land?

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Welcome to the forum and I'll

Welcome to the forum and I'll second what everyone else has said about what you can learn here.

Hogs can be very smart like you said, especially those older boars. I've taken a few now on private land in Texas and look forward to going after more.

Once you get some experience you can be as good as anyone out there. My daughter is 22 and very capable by herself. Other than packing very heavy loads I'd put her up against anyone as far as the hunting itself.

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We hunt mostly WMA'S wich are

We hunt mostly WMA'S wich are public but sometimes we have a few private land we can hunt.