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Posted: 10/8/2004 3:37:46 PM EST
The KERRY/EDWARDS bumper sticker on Ians jeep?

WTF over?
Link Posted: 10/8/2004 6:27:22 PM EST
Get a "Freedom First" Sticker to put over it...
Link Posted: 10/8/2004 7:26:51 PM EST
You mean like these?



Link Posted: 10/8/2004 10:23:24 PM EST
You know... I'm not a big fan of jeeps... but that is a BAD ASS pic... Looks like it was taken near the GSL? Maybe out by Delle?

specifics man... !
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 2:36:09 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/9/2004 2:40:04 AM EST by AR-JR]
This one...

Link Posted: 10/9/2004 3:38:04 AM EST

Originally Posted By WesDesRat:
You know... I'm not a big fan of jeeps... but that is a BAD ASS pic... Looks like it was taken near the GSL? Maybe out by Delle?

specifics man... !



Utah lake.

Link Posted: 10/9/2004 4:05:30 AM EST


He must have coverd up this one
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 4:34:19 AM EST
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Link Posted: 10/9/2004 5:09:17 AM EST
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Link Posted: 10/9/2004 4:22:57 PM EST
Hey Ian,

Have you ever taken your jeep spotlighting?
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 5:35:40 PM EST

Originally Posted By AR-JR:
This one...

images4.fotki.com/v46/photos/1/133612/726653/KerryTerrorists-vi.jpg



Where can I get one of those?
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 5:36:22 PM EST

Originally Posted By AR-JR:
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Link Posted: 10/9/2004 5:37:15 PM EST
I love the firepower sticker with the 1919 mount on the top
Link Posted: 10/10/2004 2:31:02 PM EST

Originally Posted By brewsky101:
Hey Ian,

Have you ever taken your jeep spotlighting?



As in spotlighting deer?


No.

Link Posted: 10/11/2004 10:56:34 AM EST
No, as in spotlighting varmints and then turning them inside out?
Link Posted: 10/11/2004 12:38:35 PM EST

Originally Posted By brewsky101:
No, as in spotlighting varmints and then turning them inside out?



Dont answer that question.
Link Posted: 10/11/2004 3:56:54 PM EST

Originally Posted By brewsky101:
No, as in spotlighting varmints and then turning them inside out?



No, shooting illegal aliens is still considered murder.

Link Posted: 10/12/2004 8:35:10 AM EST


Link Posted: 10/12/2004 2:14:04 PM EST
Kerry for Prez!!!!!!





...'Ol Bastard!!!
Link Posted: 10/12/2004 2:28:50 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/12/2004 5:04:39 PM EST

Originally Posted By WesDesRat:

Originally Posted By brewsky101:
No, as in spotlighting varmints and then turning them inside out?



Dont answer that question.


Why should he not answer that question?
Link Posted: 10/12/2004 5:57:03 PM EST
Isn't spotlighting illegal in Utah?
Link Posted: 10/12/2004 7:20:57 PM EST
That depends on where you do it.
Link Posted: 10/13/2004 9:30:17 AM EST
Nope, as Brewsky said, it depends on the county and as long as it's for non-game animals, such as... I dunno, maybe coyotes. Also, the light may not be on, in or attached to a vehicle. Most of the counties that allow this are in Central, Eastern, and Southern Utah. Best bet I've found is to talk to the county commissioner or sheriff.
Link Posted: 10/13/2004 12:02:56 PM EST

Originally Posted By scattergunner:
Nope, as Brewsky said, it depends on the county and as long as it's for non-game animals, such as... I dunno, maybe coyotes. Also, the light may not be on, in or attached to a vehicle. Most of the counties that allow this are in Central, Eastern, and Southern Utah. Best bet I've found is to talk to the county commissioner or sheriff.



Yep, thats why. I think a pintle mounted 1919 wold be frowned upon for blasting coyotes at night... no matter what county you are in. There is a book on spotlighting in Utah, its at the gunshows all the time.
Link Posted: 10/15/2004 11:05:49 AM EST

Originally Posted By WesDesRat:
I think a pintle mounted 1919 wold be frowned upon for blasting coyotes at night...



Not if it's private property and the varmints are threatening the land owners crop/livestock.
Link Posted: 10/15/2004 6:17:08 PM EST
speaking of coyotes (hijack) which counties offer bounties (I know its 9 from the DWS) and how much?
Link Posted: 10/18/2004 11:03:24 AM EST
Of course, it wouldn't matter if it was a 10/22 mounted on the jeep, shooting any firearm from a vehicle will likely garner much more than just frowns from the powers that be. At least in the State of Utah it will. I believe Wyoming has no such restriction, but don't quote me on that or tell the nice officer that, "that there scattergunner feller on the internet said it was OK." he

As far as the bounties, all I can tell you is you can figure which rural counties tend to run a lot of livestock within their boundaries and give the commissioners offices a call. However, anymore with fur prices as of late, you might be better off to slip Mr. Coyote out of his skin and find a buyer for the pelts.
Link Posted: 10/23/2004 7:22:51 PM EST
From the Utah Code:
23-13-17. Spotlighting of coyote, red fox, striped skunk, and raccoon -- County ordinances - Permits.
(1) Spotlighting may be used to hunt coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon where allowed by a county ordinance enacted pursuant to this section.
(2) The ordinance shall provide that:
(a) any artificial light used to spotlight coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon must be carried by the hunter;
(b) a motor vehicle headlight or light attached to or powered by a motor vehicle may not be used to spotlight the animal; and
(c) while hunting with the use of an artificial light, the hunter may not occupy or operate any motor vehicle.
(3) For purposes of the county ordinance, "motor vehicle" shall have the meaning as defined in Section 41-6-1.
(4) The ordinance may specify:
(a) the time of day and seasons when spotlighting is permitted;
(b) areas closed or open to spotlighting within the unincorporated area of the county;
(c) safety zones within which spotlighting is prohibited;
(d) the weapons permitted; and
(e) penalties for violation of the ordinance.
(5) (a) A county may restrict the number of hunters engaging in spotlighting by requiring a permit to spotlight and issuing a limited number of permits.
(b) (i) A fee may be charged for a spotlighting permit.
(ii) Any permit fee shall be established by the county ordinance.
(iii) Revenues generated by the permit fee shall be remitted to the Division of Wildlife Resources for deposit into the Wildlife Resources Account, except the Wildlife Board may allow any county that enacts an ordinance pursuant to this section to retain a reasonable amount to pay for the costs of administering and enforcing the ordinance, provided this use of the permit revenues does not affect federal funds received by the state under 16 U.S.C. Sec. 669 et seq., Wildlife Restoration Act and 16 U.S.C. Sec. 777 et seq., Sport Fish Restoration Act.
(6) A county may require hunters to notify the county sheriff of the time and place they will be engaged in spotlighting.
(7) The requirement that a county ordinance must be enacted before a person may use spotlighting to hunt coyote, red fox, striped skunk, or raccoon does not apply to:
(a) a person or his agent who is lawfully acting to protect his crops or domestic animals from predation by those animals; or
(b) an animal damage control agent acting in his official capacity under a memorandum of agreement with the division.
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