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Old 04-18-2008, 08:52 AM
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Dan Hungle runs a great camp for sure, maybe we can start a Archer's Choice Bear N Down camp hunt with him up there, when Vicki & I are up there this spring we can talk to him about this idea.

What do you all think?
Heck just email him at danhungle@trophybookarchery.com and maybe we can start it up together. The cool thing here is you can take 2 bears on your hunt, and wee all could share a camp together. It would be a blast for sure.
I thinks thats a awesome idea,its close enough for me to drive up there.I would just have to talk the wife into letting me go
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Old 04-18-2008, 11:53 AM
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Sounds like a great idea. Ralph, when are you booked for '09. I'm booked the last week in May 2009...hope to see you there!!!
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What a GREAT IDEA!!! Email sent!!

Thanks Ralph!!
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spring 2009? I might be up for that, as long as I can find out how to cook bear meat between now and then.
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Ralph, let is know the dates and prices. looking for a new place for spring bear next year. email sent asking for info on his place.
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The wife give me the ok for something like,so I'm in.
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That would be great.
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They haven't started running the next episode up here in the Great White North yet.
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They haven't started running the next episode up here in the Great White North yet.
It was on last night,awesome show can't wait for part 2.

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Part two was just as good as part one....I love the blonde bear Vicki shot...I gotta get me one of those!!!
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