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I live in the Boise Mountains in Ola, ID. I have a 2000 Suzuki 300 King Quad I'm fixing up. It's a great little hunting rig, and I've toted a fair amount of venison home with it.

2013 Buck - Buckzilla III.jpg

2014 Coyote II.jpg

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That background looks great, I could only imagine riding let alone hunting out there! 

I think I may dedicate a little time this year to a few road trips !!!!

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51 minutes ago, Frank Angerano said:

That background looks great, I could only imagine riding let alone hunting out there! 

I think I may dedicate a little time this year to a few road trips !!!!

I wish...

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It's a beautiful country we live in.

View fron High Valley Rd.jpg

1 hour ago, JacobSlabach said:

welcome!!!👍  nice bike!!  those older foot shift bikes are such beasts for their size...

Thanks, Jacob. It's a great machine.

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🙏🏻True !

 

I would like to get out there and see it. Me and my oldest have to get on the road this year!  I just picked up a trailer plus I have the pick up.   We have been talking about an out of state hunt this year coming and I think it’s a must of a road trip. 

So when does your hunting season begin and end ? Is it cold during your season. I would love to know some of those things and maybe a little more.  I’ve had invites to go to Texas but I’m not a fan of hunting in warm weather. Lol. 

So we are going to make a move at some point and hunt someplace far from home and enjoy the views and ride.  

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I missed this topic, welcome @IDaman and great photos! Looks like a big buck and is that a coyote or small wolf?

Every time I see a pic of a deer kill, I think of that great day power loader.....

 

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That was a well fed coyote. My buck (2013) was measured at B&C 298 6/8". I'm guessing it was 300# on the hoof. By far the biggest buck I've ever shot. It was a real challenge loading it by myself onto the front of that Suzuki King Quad. Fortunately I had the winch.  Interesting antlers.

I'm going to look into that power loader. Thanks for the tip.

2013 head III.jpg

2013 head V.jpg

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