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Howdy

Postby Boompa » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:53 am

New to TradRag. I'm in Wyoming, Boompa is what my grand-kids call me. Seems like a good fit with interest in trad archery, selfbows, frontloaders. I hope to glean from knowledge present at this forum.
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Re: Howdy

Postby hawkthrower » Sun Apr 06, 2014 9:57 am

!!Welcome ! Glad to have you here!! :campfire:
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One must study to know, know to understand, understand to judge."
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Re: Howdy

Postby McClura » Sun Apr 06, 2014 10:40 am

Welcome Boompa, I think you will enjoy this group. Lots of knowledge here about all of your interests mentioned. Where in Wyoming? I come up there about every other year for antelope either at Casper or Saratoga. I have friends I shoot with in Sundance and Gillete and a good friend that moved from Norman, OK to Cheyene.
Enjoy.

Mike
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Re: Howdy

Postby Boompa » Sun Apr 06, 2014 11:26 am

Mike,
Now in the Casper area. Have also lived at Rawlins, Laramie, and Newcastle, as well as down in Colorado. My work moves me around some. I've taken numerous antelope down in the Rock River, Medicine Bow area. I enjoy hunting elk in the Snowys and Green Mtn range.
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Re: Howdy

Postby McClura » Sun Apr 06, 2014 2:45 pm

Sounds like you stay pretty close to where you can hunt. HAH :mrgreen:
I have been hunting on the Hat Six ranch for several trips but the guys that went last year said they didn't have many goats there. I think it was like that in many places because of the lack of water and food. I'm going to start looking for another place around there to hunt goats. I usually just put in for a doe tag each year and then purchase some of the left over tags. I have a good buck I took there in 2008. Don't need the horns and I go for hanging out witht he guys from around many states. We all get together for a hunt and cook meals in the evenings at the campground. We stay at Casper East just off Hwy 25 and Hwy 258.
I hunted between Saratoa and Encampment the first two years. Tried with a stick bow and pop up blind they I get there after the locals had been chasing them for a week. Had to go with the long range pistol. Took a couple on some BLM land just out of Encampment.
Glad you found this place. Lots of knowledge and friendship.

Mike
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Re: Howdy

Postby FullDraw » Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:30 pm

Welcome to TradRag, Boompa. You've already made a good contact, with shared interests. There will be many more to come.

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