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#46185 profile ratings

Posted by mmoore on 05 November 2012 - 04:30 PM

Hey broadside,
They're reputation points. You'll notice a green up-arrow to the right side of every post, that's where these points come from. I think the idea is the help sort out the more reputable users. When you read posts that deserve two-thumbs up, give em a point. Hold your curser on someone's user name, and a little box will show up, showing their reputation points and how many posts that person has. If they've made a lot of posts, and don't have any rep. points.... they might just be full of crap, or stirring up crap!! LOL IMO, that's how it supposed to work... Should be a down arrow as well though!

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#47745 2012 n.b.h coyote contest

Posted by Early riser on 24 November 2012 - 03:25 PM

Was out this morning and called in this ***** coyote , does this count?Posted Image
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#46283 Back to deer hunting...Also, 4 ways not to act like an idiot on the forum

Posted by MarshandMeadow on 06 November 2012 - 06:58 PM

This got buried several times in another post, so I thought I should share.

Everyone needs to get to the woods and get hunting!

In case anyone hasn't figured it out yet, discussing hunting is what this forum was designed for. No one can argue with someone sitting behind their computer at home. I enjoy discussing wildlife management and hunting....but somewhere along the lines people loose their flippin' minds and get into petty arguments. Here are some simple online forum etiquette points before you decide to go nuclear on a forum.

1. Give your opinion, but realise everyone else has one as well.

2. Not everyone wants to hear how awesome you are all the time. If you have to build a persona online that makes you larger than life you are compensating for something. Some of the most interesting people I know are incredibly modest. There is a trick to being modest. Try it out.

3. Learn to back away. If a forum turns into an online chat board of insults every 30 seconds, then maybe you should think about just backing off. Also, if you have to push to get the last word in, then you might still look like you lost no matter how many facts you put out there.

4. Don't write anything that you wouldn't say to someone face to face. Again, if you act like a knob in person see points 1 through 3.

With those things being said, I still enjoy this forum very much and continue to come here for hunting discussions. Not d**k measuring contests.
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#9042 After the Hunt

Posted by browning on 27 October 2010 - 09:52 PM

Take it to nova scotia and collect the bounty. lol
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#59748 Cabelas in MONCTON???????

Posted by PaulieB on 25 September 2013 - 07:42 PM

Yeah I'm with Whaler, I really like Better Buy Sports, Great Staff very helpful and reasonable stock or info on how to get it... I'm sure they will be only etting bigger in the near future.....

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#54031 Kids say the darndest things

Posted by Trappercase on 31 March 2013 - 05:49 PM

Two 13 year old attitudes in the same vehicle. Amazing.
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#51072 Pronature Miramichi

Posted by wonksy on 18 January 2013 - 06:44 PM

The young lad at gun counter is a know it all lack of knowledge idiot...case closed!
I've had a few different younger shooters come to me now with complaints of being misinformed n ripped off,so instead of just believing it I went to the horses mouth n sure enough it was infact true!
Poor way to run a business IMO, and I made sure they knew it!
I refuse to give them 5 cents!
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#136209 Sitting out of the moose draw after your picked.

Posted by Bull's eye on 09 July 2014 - 09:48 AM

I think with a hunter card, or DNR ID #, the real hunters, the occasional hunters, or only the moose hunters could all fit in a draw system that would ween out the 10,000 or so (maximum) ''courtesy applicants'' in our current draw.


There are no more than 10K IMHO out of the 66K.   One only need to look at the number of other big and small game licences issued in this province to know we have a dynamic pool of 50-60,000 hunters in this province.


Increase the cost of applying to $15, reduce the applicants by 10,000, same amount of money, more chances being drawn, only the hunters (dedicated or not)  apply?    I don't know...interesting.

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#102050 Simmons scopes..

Posted by VersaMax95 on 11 December 2013 - 04:52 PM

Hey Peeps!! looking to get a savage axis stainless in 223 rem. I know the optics are crap, so I want to purchase a Simmons 22 mag 3-9x40 Silver. Do you think it could do the job right, since its ment for a 22 mag...I want it silver to match the gun. so need your thoughts on it!!


Shotgun 1974


Big al, do what I did,,  bushnell banner 6-18X50mm should get those targets and varmints nice and close!!! LOL!! :)

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#163530 Trail Cameras Stolen - Harewood, NB

Posted by shedhunternb on 12 November 2014 - 11:01 AM

Deerdreamer.Sadness came over me when I was reading your post,A lad your age working and tring to make a living and some jerk steals your cameras.I,ll keep my ears open.Ihave 2 trail cams here and not using them.You can use them if you want,just come over to the house.Dave

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