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    Default Looking for partner for predator hunting

    Would like to get out and do some predator hunting while i'm in Anchorage. I'll be there for 9 days May 5-14th. I can go down to the Kenai pen. or up north. Just looking to have some fun while I'm there.

    I'll probably bring one of my AR's after looking at the regs again.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Scott @ Specializeddynamics.com if you would like to contact me via email.

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    no point really in pred hunting this time of year......furs no good....coyotes are now open all year round on the KP but i just dont see the point in obsolete killing. also they are denning right now..... save em for winter time.......



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    Not to mention that your E-caller might bring in more than you want to pick on with the AR.........

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    oh yea good point hayduke......yea you get yer ecaller out there and youll more n likely have more than you can handle....specially since them big critters population is at an all time high......you could quickly become the hunted



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    I'll gladly take you predator hunting on the Kenai around that time. The preds will be big and black, though.

    Any AR should be fine, bring the biggest one you have and a big bore handgun.
    "When the time comes for a man to look his Maker in the eye, where better could the meeting be held than in the wilderness?"

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    I appreciate all the replies, I'll have to think about bear hunting, never done it before. Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tailwind View Post
    I'll gladly take you predator hunting on the Kenai around that time. The preds will be big and black, though.

    Any AR should be fine, bring the biggest one you have and a big bore handgun.
    Or he could camp in my back 15 acres, and DLP 5 or 10 Brown Bears.

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    how come your offering that to him and not me? totally unfair......



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt&FishAK View Post
    how come your offering that to him and not me? totally unfair......

    He said he would bring his Great Grand-Mother to keep me company.

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    Hunt, anytime you wanna head out for a hike let me know.
    I spent friday and today driving down the Kenai and saw tons of goats, eagles, and one dead black&white dog on the side of the road at portage, but no bears.

    And AGL, his GGM might be a little young for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by tailwind View Post
    And AGL, his GGM might be a little young for you
    More true than you might guess................

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    sundays are my only day off, subject to change as we progress thru spring and get busier by the day........



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