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Thread: Looks like there has been another griz attack.

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    Looks like there has been another griz attack.

    This time it was in Wyoming. I think it's time to start hunting them again.

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    Do you have any other details?

    I can't imagine being attacked by a bear. It must be horrific
    A Man should be wise, but never too wise. He who does not know his fate in advance is free of care

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    Last edited by A Guy Out West; 14-10-2016 at 21:26. Reason: oops

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    Guess where i'm going next week....Montana....the Madison's.
    Cheers
    Richard

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    Fortunately the worst we have to worry about is treading in fox s**t.
    Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not using it in a fruit salad.

    Amateurs practice until they get it right. Professionals practice until they never get it wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by long_range_rob View Post
    Fortunately the worst we have to worry about is treading in fox s**t.
    Treading in it? Treading in it?Last week I'd have given quite a bit of money only to have trod in it

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    When you live or hunt in the Idaho, Wyoming, or Montana you run the risk of encountering things that will consider you a food snack. Locally we have black and grizzly bear, lions, and wolverines... tho the latter are harder to encounter I have seen them in the wild. Lions scare me worse than bears. While bears may attack at a random encounter, lions will hunt you.~Muir

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    Just remember one day the deer may not run away

    There is a bull on one of my perms that would love to have a go
    Always having to watch him he stalks me at night

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    Heck yes! Bulls get pretty territorial! Myself and a couple of Board Members of the Soap Creek Prairiedog Assn got run off by a gigantic herd bull a couple of summers ago. He came at us from a quarter mile out, bellowing and on the fight. We shot into the ground in front of him and tried every other deterrent short of putting a round between his eyes and he finally stopped 20 ft out and growled at us until we packed up and left.~Muir

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    **** that! I was rabbit shooting a few years back and got put on my arse by a ram. That was bad enough!

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