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from American Hunter

From Aug. 8:  Hunter Tyler Freel writes: "It had been a long hunt. After 12 days of almost constant rain, snow and fog, and after waking up shivering uncontrollably every couple of hours from the unseasonably "cool" temperatures, I was near the breaking point. Stalk after stalk had gone bust when several nice rams simply disappeared into the mist. Our seven days of food was stretched dangerously thin. We were motivated only by what we might see up the next canyon, and the one after that. Then, in the last hour of light, on the last day we would be able to hunt and still cover the 26 miles back to the airstrip, my ram materialized through the falling snow. One last push, and I had him. By the time we stumbled into the airstrip at 3 a.m. two days later, we had spent 14 cold, wet days in the field, eaten all of our food and walked 105 miles." more


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