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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by NDEBT, Jul 18, 2010.
A few shed antlers.
Drew waited until after duck season was over to show up. I couldn't resist taking a picture for scale... but now it looks like the goose is whispering in his ear.
Awesome and congrats. This pic will spark a few smiles 30 years down the road I'm sure!
Thats a fine day. Dog, bike and a stroll in the woods.
Wondering if there is a state that issues hunting licenses without the NRA safe hunter education. I got mine 45 years ago and by not renewing my hunting license in CT for over 5 years (I went six) I can't get the license again without going to class again and they are near impossible to get into here. Limited and not offered often. I have old licenses from CT but they are older than 5 years. Same with bowhunting, I have those too, but I have to take the course again. I think if I have a license from another state, I can get the CT license again.
Check Indiana. Our license laws has a grandfather provision regarding age before a defined date. I can't remember what that date is but I'm 53 and I am not required by the statute to take a hunter safety course. I want to say the cut off date was 1968 or 1970?
Fe Girl in my ghillie suit coyote hunting with a borrowed 300 Blackout
That's pretty ridiculous. Wouldn't you have to have a resident license from another state then sorta make believe you just moved to CT and want to get your res. license there? Been a few years but I believe PA will sell you non-resident license without proof of a hunter safety course, I think maybe I had to sign something that I had passed a HS course. Always brought my NJ license along but don't recall ever being asked for it. Good luck
AWESOME. My little girl now 19 still talks about when I took her hunting and having to tell her to be quiet and not talk . Very cool pic.
These are old family photos of my gramps, probably thirtys.
Cool pics. Duck garland is a new one for me.
My nephew with a Pennsylvania buck two years ago,,,
Does the dog have his own bike or does he ride bitch?
thanks BigEasy and Crawdad. I'm 59 so the cut-off should be good.
My sister lives in PA, so I may check when I go next time.
That's funny. I just moved to CT from NY and they accepted my NY license as proof at the town clerk's office, even though the state web site says they don't. The clerk called the state people and they said it was OK. Go figure.
I had an undated bow hunter safety certificate, and the clerk was all over it looking for a date, but finally took it too, and put that in the computer for the future. Being a geezer, everything was free, including a fishing permit (I didn't take the bow tag which would have cost).
She runs with me. She gets about 15 miles in, each time. The JRT, runs the same. I am training him to find horns. He is picking it up, slowly
Home, after a hard day
Did you get any dogs
not a thing
very few tracks, not even any droppings found. used to be an active area,
Utah has a 50$ bounty per dog this year- may have taken its toll
A good day nevertheless
I did off a jackrabbit on the way back to the truck
First time I actually got something.
I"ll be eatin' good tonight!