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Manitoba Stickflinger
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Just informed of a cancellation due to accidental trauma. One spot for May 20-25. Text 204-797-8773

Stickflingers.com for details

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Sigh...

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"By the looks of his footprint he must be a big fella" Marge Gunderson (Fargo)

"Ain't no rock going to take my place". Luke 19:40

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Can I pay it out over the next 20 years ....

I will make this hunt one day , never heard nothing but great things...

,,,,Sam,,,,

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Maybe if I "invest" in the lottery!

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Starting to feel like it’s overpriced here?

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SAM E. STEPHENS
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No sir I’m just poor...

,,,Sam,,,

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Ryan, your hunts are very reasonably priced. Especially considering the quality of your hunting area. If I wasn't booked for Africa this summer I'd jump all over this opportunity. Lots of good fishing about 30 minutes from camp once you have your bear down! My hunt lasted only two evenings. Had one bear around me all afternoon on day 1 and saw 6 bears before I finally shot one on evening 2. Lots of bears. Good population of mature, big bears. Good place to shoot a color phase bear.

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"reasonable" is in the eye of the beholder. Many of us are old enough to remember when going on a "hunt" was nothing more than the cost of food and gas.

Had a cousin in Northern WI who took 17 moose in Ontario. He drove up there because it was the cheapest meat he could get.

It'll only get worse so if you have the expendable cash to do it now have at it.

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Do you take kidneys in trade?? Someday.....
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I just deleted a well written - if I do say so myself- message about why I went on this hunt. Twice. But who really cares.

I really encourage someone here to just do it. Tomorrow is guaranteed to none of us.

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"By the looks of his footprint he must be a big fella" Marge Gunderson (Fargo)

"Ain't no rock going to take my place". Luke 19:40

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Man, If I wasn't hunting axis a few weeks before this would be gone!
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quote:
Originally posted by Manitoba Stickflinger:
Starting to feel like it’s overpriced here?

Just “here”...
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Just not willing to cut costs and have less of a hunt I suppose.

Bumped into a neighboring outfitter last year that was totally frustrated about not seeing any bears for his 3 hunters 3 nights in a row. Our hunters were on multiple bears all those three nights right across the road from his. He asked what I used for bait and without hesitation told him straight up what I used. Did this only because I knew he’d never spend the money to buy it.

22000 lbs of trail mix isn’t cheap,,,, especially when you have to ship it up here from the U.S.

Good quads, good guides, trail cameras on every bait, all doesn’t come at a small price. It costs 2 grand just to run a bait for myself between bait and fuel, not to mention all the time and work invested. Suppose most people simply have no idea of the costs associated with running baits that are worth hunting over.

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I thought my hunt was an absolute bargin. Didn't hesitate for a second to book a second trip and convinved 3 folks to come with me.
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Hell I feel bad I started this kinda , my comment of can I pay it off over 20 years was a joke meaning Im always broke. I have ran my own Bear baits and it ain’t easy or cheap. The time alone in just keeping a few going and doing it right is worth the cost of this hunt. Not counting the stands and everything else involved it is a bargain in my book. I will do this hunt one day..


,,,Sam,,,

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