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    Default Ketchikan goat hunt

    I`m planning on hunting mountain goat in Sept. out of Ketchikan. Can anyone out there give me any info on Ed Toribio and Primo Expeditions??? THANKS!!!

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    Default Primo Ed

    I have been friends and partners with Ed for many years .....

    Get in shape ... get good rainwear ... Get corks

    and your in for a good hunt.

    This is Ed's 11+ inch (early Aug) Goat he took the first award at the last B&C banquet with ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by muskeg View Post
    I have been friends and partners with Ed for many years .....

    Get in shape ... get good rainwear ... Get corks

    and your in for a good hunt.

    This is Ed's 11+ inch (early Aug) Goat he took the first award at the last B&C banquet with ....
    talk about getting lucky with the weather and the goats
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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    Default Primo Expeditions

    you made a good choice,i hunted with Ed this past september for goat and had a hunt of a lifetime and hope to do it again.do like johnnie said corked boots a must have item,good rain gear,and start training now.when i was training i took my pack and filled 2 liter pop bottles up with water and carried them in my pack and climbed the steepest ridges and mountains i could every weekend and any morning i could and it was the best thing i did,it makes the hunt that more enjoyable.if you need more info e-mail me bigfraid35@yahoo.com here is my goat that i got with Ed.


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    Default What are "corked boots"

    Sorry for my ignorance but what are "corked boots" Thanks.

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    Default Caulks .... corks

    Logger style boots with the spikes on the bottom ....

    http://www.hoffmanboots.com/Category.aspx?CategoryID=15

    Take a look at these and you will get the idea ....

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