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Coops Skull Works

Discussion in 'Skulls and Skeletons' started by native, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. native

    native New Member

    Has anyone noticed that Coop practiced his skull cleaning and camo dip on his own skull before he went into the business?

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  2. RDMARTIN53

    RDMARTIN53 New Member

    Thats funny! Looks like a hoochie mama on left and a faulks cow call around your neck. Cow/calf sounds will bring in cats or wolves over here these days.
     

  3. skullclnr

    skullclnr Active Member

    Only 5 more months till its time to chase them again. Beautiful country there native.
     
  4. eurosbyRT

    eurosbyRT Skull Designs

    around here that hoochi makes all the elk run, the other way that is. Way too many people using it, for calling all the elk, bulls or cows
     
  5. RDMARTIN53

    RDMARTIN53 New Member

    been that way here for a long time too.
     
  6. coop1212

    coop1212 New Member

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    Hey native, post the pic with us all holding up the elk. Wait a min. ,we didnt have one!
     
  7. native

    native New Member

    Shannon that is because I told you the scent lock would not contain those farts but you wouldn't listen.
     
  8. Sea Wolf

    Sea Wolf Well-Known Member

    LOL. And the closest I have seen to Native smiling. :)
     
  9. eurosbyRT

    eurosbyRT Skull Designs

    He's just smiling because he had Coop buy a hoochie and knew the elk would just run! He's not dumb, packing out a elk is a chore, its sometimes better to not have to
     
  10. native

    native New Member

    lolol Skull Designs you let the secret out, lolol
     
  11. coop1212

    coop1212 New Member

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    I had just meet native in person and known him for around ten mins. I had him looking all over the house for me a hair drier. Too funny. We did have a blast on the trip with native.
     
  12. native

    native New Member

    it was one heck of a time for sure.