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Location: Neveda
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take it slow after that by

take it slow after that by pass, good idea starting with the coyotes down there, be careful, lots of cats in that area, look east of your location in the foothills and let's see some of the pics from your coyote hunts.

 

Good luck

 

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Location: Ajo, Arizona
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Thanks for all the welcomes.

Thanks for all the welcomes. Was at the doctor today and have about two more months two go till full recovery. Seems like it goes kinda slow at times and fast at other times. But next year 2011 hunting season keeps me motivated.

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Hey!

Welcome to the forum!

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Location: Arizona
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New to Big Game Hunt

Welcome aboard! Always nice to meet somebody else from Arizona, take care.

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Welcome to BGH!

Welcome to BGH!

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