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  1. #41
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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Really enjoyed it, brought back a lotta fond memories from when my kids were little. Thanks

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Super work. I see an Oscar in your future!
    Rob Chipman
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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Damn that was good! Hope you get a chance to do more.

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Very classy 45' very classy. I'm glad to hear you're going to continue with your chronicles you've got a talent no doubt. cheers
    its gonna take a life time to hunt and fish all this

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Quote Originally Posted by pg83 View Post
    On point 45freezer.

    if you've got a couple hours to spare give this podcast a listen and if you don't, break it up and listen anyways:

    http://www.themeateater.com/listen/m...reg-blascovich
    Excellent recommendation, that episode must have snuck past me and it was definitely worth the listen, lot of head nodder moments...didn't put all that much weight in provincial regulations having much effect on the non hunters perception but I'm glad I included the part about annual bag limits now, will certainly be sure to highlight more of those details in my spring short film. It may make it a lot easier to do some of the filming for that project on someone else's bear hunt so I may be looking to tag along if anyone from the lower mainland plans on doing any weekend trips to bear hot spots once the season opens up or any recommendations on places to take the boy and watch/film some bears feel free to PM me, bowhunters obviously jump to the top of the list! Not into poaching honey holes by any means but our current bear spot is fairly thick timber and not very conducive to long range filming.

    Thanks again to everyone that commented and a huge thanks to everyone that shared it, honestly blown away by the positive reaction to what started out as a simple compilation of memories.
    Last edited by 45freezer; 02-04-2019 at 06:15 PM.
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  6. #46
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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Quote Originally Posted by 45freezer View Post
    Thanks again to everyone that commented and a huge thanks to everyone that shared it, honestly blown away by the positive reaction to what started out as a simple compilation of memories.
    I think it rings home for many because we have similar memories. For me hunting my Dad at a young age was rare, but a much anticipated treat.

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Nice work on all accounts.

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Great share 45!
    Congrats on your BBear doesnt get any better than that with your boy.
    These new hunters are our future.
    Great job on the vid.
    BC's Wildlife belongs to BC Residents .......

    BC WILDLIFE is not for corporate greed to benefit Foreighn Owned GOs.

    POACHERS are not HUNTERS as the media posts.

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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    great video just watched it at home with the kids instead of at work...

    really well done. great all around...what do you do for a living?
    ps so impressed will send you some mission and squamish locations. hell will help you on mule deer too

  10. #50
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    Re: Predator hunting for soccer moms

    Yep. Good talent. Great when we stick with a direction on raising our kids, giving them experiences and finding time and space to develop the bond with our kids. Great video. Thanks for the share.

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