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Location: Washington's Back Country
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Spike Bulls?

Due to the low amount of any elk here in my home state of Washington most areas in Eastern Wa are either Spike only or any elk. I do firmly belive in shooting spike elk. because in these ares where it is spike only the ones that do make it through the season will most definately be a decent bull in a couple of years. As far as the pissing and moaning in this fourm goes toward the taking of a spike. I have two words for you SCREW OFF. They traste better than some old rough and tough bull or cow for that matter any day. Not to mention they aren't as hard to pack outa the Mountians. As far as I am concerned Nonya you are as well off as any in your right to shoot a spike if your state and area permits you to do so. Here in Washington you can hunt for years and not even see an elk let alone a spike to shoot.

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Location: Missouri/Arkansas
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''I have two words for you SCREW OFF.''

Yeah, whatever. Another genius has spoken. eye roll

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Location: Montana
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Once again CO you come through with flying colors and show your true colors,he was sharing his opinion on the matter dont take everything so personaly!

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Location: Missouri/Arkansas
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Yeah, don't take ''SCREW OFF'' personally! I'd knock the taste right out of that guy's mouth.

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Location: Montana
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WOW! now you threaten people with physical violence in an online forumn?And just because they dont agree with you twisted opinions?Did you take your medication today?

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Location: Wa.
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Spike Bulls?

RidgeRunner
Where are you hunting that you don't see Elk or gives you impression that there are very few Elk in Wa.

Most every area I hunt is either antlerless or 3 point or better and there are plenty of them that are in the 3 point or better class.

They're out in the pastures feeding with the cattle. They eat a fair share of food daily. They're alway looking for something to stick in the belly. Always on the move.
I've seen archery and muzzleloader Elk areas that allow spikes but they do limit the take to keep the herds strong.
If I wanted some good eating I'd be looking for an area that wants to thin the cows, to keep the herd strong.

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Location: Missouri/Arkansas
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I agree with fuzzybear on that, the cows are just as good. With doe deer and bucks, I don't taste much difference, but then I've also eaten coyote so I might not have the sensitive taste buds that others have.

NONYA its obvious you didn't read his post so I really don't care what you say.

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Location: Missouri/Arkansas
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Hen turkeys taste better than toms or jakes. That I could definitely infer.

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Location: Montana
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Dont make any difference that cows taste just as good,spike only area means just that,no cows,no brow tine bulls,what dont you understand?I dont care what he said you have taken your stupidity to a new level by threatening a person with phisical violence over a comment on a online forum,I read what he wrote why did you feel the need to do this?maybe you should change your name to TUFFGUY so we know what kind of guy we are dealing with ; )

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Uh-huh. eye roll

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