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#1 Eric Mayer

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Posted 25 April 2004 - 07:00 PM

I'm just wondering where everyone hails from. I see posts and try to picture the type of hunting terrain, but can't figure it out because I don't really know where anyone is.

So, why don't we all post where we are from and what type of terrain you hunt?

I am from Los Angeles, California. I hunt high desert (elevations of 4000'+) which sometimes intermingle with scrub oak and pinion pines. Also, mountains with pines and oaks and rolling hills with oaks.

I'm looking forward to hearing from everyone! Lurkers, you too!! ohmy.gif

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Posted 25 April 2004 - 07:08 PM

carlsbad n.m. 3200ft desert terrain. mountains 5000- to 8000ft. within 1hr. to 3hr.
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Posted 25 April 2004 - 07:22 PM

I'm also in Carlsbad N.M. We have desert terrain w/ sand, mesquite, and sage brush on one side and juniper
and pinion pine on the other. Ruidoso N.M. is about 2.5 hrs. from us w/ high mountains up to 12000 ft.
We have what the map says is a river (pecos). There is water to fish but not much. You can also drive for about
an hour and be in very rugged desert mountain terrain. wink.gif

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Posted 25 April 2004 - 07:27 PM

I'm from S.W. MN in Yellow Medicine county bout 30 miles from the SoDak border. 1000ft above sea level. It's flat, black dirt (good ole glacial till;) ), farmland cut in 1 miles sections, as seen in the "Children of the Corn" movies good for red fox and pheasant and cottontails. A few abandoned farmsites make good places to poke around. A short jog to the border is pasture land rolling small hills and cricks where coyote frollick and there's some ground squirel fields out there, too.

Lead me not into temptation, but point me to it instead.

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Posted 25 April 2004 - 08:08 PM

A few hours east of flatlander, southern central MN , Mower county, home of Hormel and Spam! Pretty flat here, farms mostly, hunt anything that moves, deer, squirell, pheasant, fox etc.
Waiting to go shoot prairie dogs in 3 weeks in SD. biggrin.gif

Edited by steve o, 26 April 2004 - 08:15 AM.

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Posted 26 April 2004 - 07:05 AM

I'm from Green Bay WI. I mostly hunt somewhat flat terrain; farm fields mixed with small woods. Lakes and the shore of Green Bay is highly productive too (read "big ice"). These areas are dominated by cattails and marsh grasses.

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Posted 26 April 2004 - 07:53 AM

Live in Denver, CO and hunt alot of the eastern plains for deer, antelope, prairie dogs and coyotes. Basically dry land farm country with sage brush sand hills and lots of CRP land. To the west I hunt elk in several different high mountain areas up to timberline that are pretty much pine forest and rock country with lots of aspen valleys and wild grass meadows.

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Posted 26 April 2004 - 08:58 AM

New Philadelphia, Ohio. 3/4 farm ground & the rest is rolling hills with very long wooded valleys. Oak,poplar,white pine,hickory,wild cherry,walnut & a few other tree types. Squirrels,crows,turkeys,deer,g-hogs,rabbits,coyote, & the occasional fox or raccoon when in season. I am 25 minutes south of the Pro Football HOF in Canton on I-77.

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Posted 26 April 2004 - 06:04 PM

I am from Eastern Arizona, the White Mountains. My front yard has an elevation of 7019 feet. Arizona is known for having the largest stand of Ponderosa pine forest in North America. Well at least we did two years ago before the Rodeo/Chedeski fire went through and burned 468,638 acres of our forest.

To the north are grass lands mixed with cedars with rolling hills and small canyons that drop down to 5600 feet . This is pronghorn country. it also has coyotes, crows, foxes, great prairie dog villages and mountain lions.

To the South are pine forests with mountains up to 11000 feet. This is elk country, it also has coyotes and deer.

To the East are cedars, pinion trees and black mesas with small canyons. This is coyote country, it also has crow and feral pigs.

To the west are grass lands that go up to a pine forest with hills in elevation of 10000 feet. This is also pronghorn country, it also has elk, deer, coyote, and bobcats.

Although my Dad used to varmint hunt a lot I did not get excited about it until recently. So far I have mostly shot prairie dogs. I am just starting to get into coyote calling. It looks to be a fun sport. Thank you all for all of your help so far. cool.gif

Edited by Phessor, 26 April 2004 - 06:06 PM.

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Posted 26 April 2004 - 07:05 PM

Well I am from Minnesota and I have lived everywhere from the SE to the NE(Duluth) which is by far my favorite town I have ever lived in. Right now I live in Forest Lake, Minnesota which is 30-45 minutes north of the Twin Cities.

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Posted 27 April 2004 - 12:47 PM

Norhtwest Iowa. Corn as far as the eye can see. Beyond what you can see i'm sure its a bean field.

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Posted 27 April 2004 - 04:56 PM

South Western IL. 20 minutes east of St. Louis MO and the Mississippi River.

Cyber, there is no way you guys can have even more corn than us. Farm fields broken by small woodlots of oak, maple, sycamore, cottonwood, hickory, etc. and new houses popping up every frickin place I look, urban sprawl dry.gif We do have some beans and milo as well and a crick here and there. Pretty flat for the most part.

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Posted 27 April 2004 - 06:07 PM

The Great southern land Downunder, I'm in Victoria, 25 miles from its capitol Melbourne, 3/4 Mile from the nearest state foreast where your allowed to hunt Free range Sambar(Cervus unicolor) laugh.gif

I've missed out on my opportunity to go duck hunting this year, but the guy whom I bought my traps of(and did work experience with last year) gave my dad and I, 4 ducks out of his bag as his "consolation prize".
I'm going to be roasting a duck for dinner tommorow, mmmmm,yum. biggrin.gif
Now wheres that number for Auntie Sue in TX, I fancy Frikasee Duck. wink.gif
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Posted 28 April 2004 - 07:18 AM

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Posted 30 April 2004 - 08:05 PM

THE PROMISED LAND OF UTAH West jordan <a suburb of Salt lake city. 10 min from 13,500 ft mtn 1.5 hrs to the plains of wyoming I hunt if it crawls runs flys whatevrer as long as when I come home I can get a kitchen pass from the wife