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Old 11-23-2017, 12:48 PM
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Now that firearms deer season is past, i know theres archery and other methods still. Do others here believe hunting, and the camping that commonly go with it are good skills, to have, and would wildlife/fishing in missouri be sustainable even in the short term?
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It's fed a lot of families for alot of years. That and a garden.
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Now that firearms deer season is past, i know theres archery and other methods still. Do others here believe hunting, and the camping that commonly go with it are good skills, to have, and would wildlife/fishing in missouri be sustainable even in the short term?
alwayse. I just got a nice elm stave today from a friend that I will make into a 60lb draw bow this winter
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During the depression a lot of Missouri families lived on game. Only kill what you need to eat and do not shoot that elk. Missouri also has a lot of public fishing lakes.
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You might consider getting a nice little .410 shotgun. It is great for hunting small game-rabbits, squirrel and quail-in the Missouri brush. You won't get a lot of long shots in mid Missouri.
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A lot depends on who else is hunting. If you're down to hunting only to get your meat a lot of people will be. And if large groups of city escapees are harrying animals into a corner and stoning them to keep from starving you might find populations of game getting pretty low. As for camping, it's fun and has a lot of skills to it that come in useful. But I certainly don't intend to find myself camping as a way of life. It's best to find a way to stay in a house, especially if you have children.
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