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    No, I don't have a oil well of any size. However, I am working on my 5th million dollars. I gave up on the first 4 million.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coyotekiller82 View Post
    Should make for some good weather to go coyote hunting...that is if the wind doesn't get too crazy...
    Crazy winter for snow this year too...we've had about 4' total...it's settled out to about 3'...very tough going without snowshoes...
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    Are you hunting the yotes with bow or gun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    No, I don't have a oil well of any size. However, I am working on my 5th million dollars. I gave up on the first 4 million.
    The same here. About a dacade ago we had a kind of hyper-inflation and i was so close to become a millionaire, but alas - i've missed my best chance
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    Coyotekiller

    Are you hunting the yotes with bow or gun?
    Usually with a gun this time of year. But our Nat Resources Dept. has finally extended the season to year round as their numbers are high...so possibly this summer I'll have a chance to get out after 'em with the bow. Not to mention spring when the gophers come out it'll be time to twist on the Judo points
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    Last fall there was an article in an Oregon Hunt and Fish mag that quoted Oregon DNR saying that in southeastern Ore the pronghorn fawn mortality rate was 90% due to coyote predation, mule deer numbers are about the same. Use anything!
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    In NH coyote season is year round, and during certain months night hunting is legal.
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