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  • #31
    I post this on the other thread but this is more of a DLP to me with a different outcome. I know it's been shown before but since we are revisiting this I think that it's appropriate. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMbnm...eature=related I stated in the other thread, I still don't think that he was shooting to miss intentionally. I know that I wouldn't have, and I don't think anyone would say that was a bluff.
    Semper Fi and God Bless

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Ammo Joe View Post
      I know a lot of non-res complain about having to hire a guide but that footage there is exactly why. The hunter would have been bear scat if that guide did not do what he did. I'm not saying all non-res would react the same way but I think alot would.
      And you think an Alaska resident with 13 months residency on his or her first hunting trip would have the knowledge and fortitude to do the right thing? That hunter's 22 year old cheerleader sister who had never been outside of Anchorage since she got off the airplane and was a resident could have guided him and it would have been legal.

      It isn't about safety...its about the money. I'm not saying that is bad, but please just admit it.

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      • #33
        Driftwood Lodge

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ID:	2479742charles Allen the guide in the cabela's video is a great person. Two days after the DLP incident two friends and I flew into driftwood lodge.
        Charles met us as we taxied right up to the main lodge. After everyone made introductions we listened as James and Charles relived their close encounter with BB sow. The Cabela's crew loaded up and departedto Cordoba in the same plane we arrived. We saw several BB's while fishing and waterfowl hunting during our 7 day stay. Charles owns the lodge and provides BB and moose hunts while having some of the best SE AK silver salmon fishing on the Tsiu river. Sorry if I bored anyone as these posts brought back some wonderful memories.
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        • #34
          Driftwood Lodge

          The moose rack in the previous post is Cabela's hunter that scored with his bow. If you can find the original full link video. The moose hunt is almost funny when you witness the entire action. The hunter's first shot was too far back, actually in the flank. Charle's utterly shows disgust between first and second shot. Charles is the owner and CEO of Knives of Alaska and Diamond Blade knives. Hope you don't mind me sharing a couple additional photos.


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          • #35
            Originally posted by 257wby View Post
            And you think an Alaska resident with 13 months residency on his or her first hunting trip would have the knowledge and fortitude to do the right thing? That hunter's 22 year old cheerleader sister who had never been outside of Anchorage since she got off the airplane and was a resident could have guided him and it would have been legal.

            It isn't about safety...its about the money. I'm not saying that is bad, but please just admit it.
            +1


            ....and wow, forgot about this post...blast from the past, five years old now.
            Proud to be an American!

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