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Old 05-09-2008, 06:35 PM
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You know, Tim, there is always that second mortgage on the house. lol
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:53 PM
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that would maybe take care of the 1st 5 on the list.....any ideas on the rest?
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Old 05-14-2008, 09:03 PM
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Ummm...yep....
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That is a long list. The favorites?

Wow... I'm such a rookie... I've lived in Colorado my whole life and I never knew there a different species of Elk.

So I would have to start there, assuming all are in Colorado. I'll have to research that. I guess from there I would have to add Rocky Mountain Big Horn. Then a Muley. Then a Whitetail. Then Black Bear. Then a Caribou with really nice shovels and a decent spread. Oh and lest we forget the biggest, fattest, Ferel Hog boar with HUUUUUGE cutters.

That's about it really. I'm a simple man with simple needs. Cheri can plunk the exotics. Quite frankly, if I ever get the chance to take even one of them from this list before I die I'll be content.
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Old 05-15-2008, 09:19 AM
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If'n it's Roosevelt's you want, you'll have to travel to the Northwest to bag one. Washington state would be a good start.

Exotics? Shoooot...just go to Texas for that!

Paycheck? No. I don't receive a paycheck. All the money I earn is direct deposited into my outfitters' bank accounts.
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Paycheck? No. I don't receive a paycheck. All the money I earn is direct deposited into my outfitters' bank accounts.
I figured as much! how else could you do so many hunts?
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Old 05-15-2008, 11:24 AM
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Oh Honey, when I dream I dream BIG!! it doesn't necessarily mean I have the clams do it at the time, but by golly I'll find a way.

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Old 05-15-2008, 03:34 PM
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I gotta learn some of your tricks if I'm going to pull off that Sitka deer hunt in November 09.
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Old 05-15-2008, 08:48 PM
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You can do it! If you just think positive, you'll be half way there!

Like I said before, don't say, "I wish I could do this hunt." Instead, say, "I'm going to do this hunt and this is how I will prepare to do it." Be specific with your goals and they will be easier to achieve, because you have the way to achieve them laid out.

One good way to start is to pay yourself first. When you get your paycheck pay yourself a certain amount, then pay your bills. Think about it, if an unexpected bill comes up we all find a way to pay it, right? So, it stands to reason that paying yourself first really won't be a burden, you just work with it. Start off by setting aside 10% of your net wages. You can add more or less as you need to, depending on the current month's bills.
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