Archery Elk hunters Over 50

Discussion in 'Big Game Hunting' started by Oldcarp, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. jstephens61

    jstephens61 Weekend Warrior

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    We still have some coyotes left on the farm
     
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    I wish I had time to hunt anything this spring- I don't even think I have time to turkey hunt.
    Most of my posts come from me having my pot of coffee in the AM, sitting in my car at work ,or as I have a nightcap before bed.
     
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    That’s why I retired. I highly recommend it, it’s great!
     
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    11 years, my friend- I'll join you.
    Best part- my wife is 10 years behind me. I can't wait to be a house husband.
     
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    Oldcarp Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I retired at 52 then three years later had to go back to work. Wife had some medical problems. Four more years and I will be retired for good. Cant wait.
     
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    Heck, I’m going back Tuesday for a 75 day contract. Have to pay for next years elk tags somehow!
    It’ll be a short return, headed out to Wyoming for spring bear and get the lay of the land for elk season.
     
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