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    Default Any lower they would be beach goats instead of mtn goats

    On our way out fishing these 480 goats were almost on the beach, no raft, no gun, but we caught halibut and lings plus a nice yelloweye.
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    Oh how I want to come visit and chase after those goats with my bow!!

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    Do it, call me 907-350-2799
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    Oh how I want to come visit and chase after those goats with my bow!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    On our way out fishing these 480 goats were almost on the beach, no raft, no gun, but we caught halibut and lings plus a nice yelloweye.
    Almost makes you wonder if they go down and eat kelp during the night....
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Would love to shoot some, it's the lawyer prices that keep me shooting Moose...

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    Let me know of open dates in late October early November and I'll see if I can get a leave packet approved. One more thing. ...it would only be myself. Is that an option?

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    Solo Mtn goat is not ideal, but I have dropped several solo mtn goat hunter off most harvested their goat with success, but I recall one guy calling me on the radio saying he got one and was coming down. When He got to the beach he had no pack and no meat and no hide. He told me he slide down about a 100feet and lost his pack just before it got dark. He also said he buried his hide up on top before decending. I told him that the transporter report will not look good for harvesting a goat and not bringing any meat back. He went up the next day and found his buried hide and could not find his meat, he opted to call the troopers, he later told me that they confiscated his hide. Just call me when your ready, laywer prices reflect the hot meals, warm dry bed, hot showers and the ability to hunt different places everyday.
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    Let me know of open dates in late October early November and I'll see if I can get a leave packet approved. One more thing. ...it would only be myself. Is that an option?
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