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    where your secret sheep hunting spot is and I promise I won't tell anyone Must be close to the road system and easy walking too, don't want to get to worn out before I start hunting. I only need it for this year as I will draw a sheep tag for next season. You can post it here or pm me.






























    Just kidding of course....

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    28*48'46.47" N 29*28"20.87" E


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    Lanche: I told you about that spot in confidence!!!
    Well since you let the cat out


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    geez you guys, i thought only me and a few friends new about that spot, i'm gonna shoot it out this year so no one else will hunt it anymore!
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    Another term for the good president and you may get your chance <grin> axis of evil anyone...

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    Always wondered what a camel might taste like......

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkHunter45 View Post
    Must be close to the road system and easy walking too, don't want to get to worn out before I start hunting.
    Just kidding of course....
    I see some nice rams just past McHugh Creek. You can lead them to the bed of your pick up with carrots.
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Death by carrot........now there's a first!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoiled one View Post
    I see some nice rams just past McHugh Creek. You can lead them to the bed of your pick up with carrots.
    I was thinking the same as Spoiled One. Maybe they aren'e as big a secret as I thought.......
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    Talking Sheeeeeeep

    Go 22 miles north on Lost Lake Trail, when you cross Secret Creek take a left and head up to the top of Desperation Ridge which is near Dead Sheep Ravine. Ask the first sherpa you see “where in the He## am I?”

    Shoot the biggest moose and sheep you see!

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    I thought Seward highway was always a popular spot, that sign at beluga point makes the perfect rifle rest

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    Default 270 cal will do it

    I knew a guy that bragged he took everything but the "White Bear" with his 270 cal and headed out the mouth of the kenai into Cook Inlet.His boat was a wooden 16' skiff and he shot "Goats Sheep etc all from his skiff. Too bad he passed on to the hunting pasture as I would share his contact info and you guys could go with him for the "easiest hunt of your life"

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    Walked in off the road to McCarthy and shot sheep on two different years and was back at the truck before nightfall.
    Once I could of shot a goat after I shot my sheep if I only stopped in and applied for the permit first.

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    Two threads looking for easy hunting spots? Hmmmm...

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    Which 2 threads would that be now?

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    Default Camel

    I know your post was "just in fun" but I took a tour in Australia several years ago and the camel wellington (no kidding) was great. The meat was very sweet.

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