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Holding an area
Posted by BigTex on Apr 25 2006
In August my outfitter flew my over a BRIGHT yellow tent set up on the very top of a ridge. He said a guide set it up a month ago to hold the are incause the bou come through there. Knowone had ever stayed there. He flys the area every day. He was REALLY not happy about it. He said that "if the bou were there he would drop someone there in a heatbeat. You cant reserve the hole country." He takes his tents and camp down every time he takes hunters out. He wraps the stuff up and puts it under a bush (if there is one). If someone else camps there it is there area not his.

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