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Old 08-14-2014, 08:11 PM   #121
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Just throwing this out there, anybody is welcome to join me and another jeep at Sanilands for some wheeling.
THIS sunday, (Aug 17)
leaving the city between 9-10AM
PM me for the rendezvous spot.
Maybe next time, short on gasoline funds and still cleaningbout an apartment. would rather be 4x4ing. Have a good time.

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It's the long weekend and I am doing nothing on this Saturday, except for the cleaning. lets hope everyone else is doing better. Have a great long weekend!

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So awesome I found this thread! Rock on manitoba jeepers! And if you want some real off roading experience in the snow, come to my driveway in the country... I'm not kidding, even a jeep will get stuck haha
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Thinking of heading out to Seddons or Mars Sand Hills today. Anyone feel like wheeling?
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Old 09-04-2014, 08:20 AM   #125
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Thinking of heading out to Seddons or Mars Sand Hills today. Anyone feel like wheeling?
I would have but we were gone hunting. Duck season opened on monday!



And I actually got some! I got like... 7 birds.
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I would have but we were gone hunting. Duck season opened on monday! And I actually got some! I got like... 7 birds.
Nice man! Where were you at? There are hardly any ducks in my area. Also I have to ask, why are you shooting birds so early in the season? I have always been under the impression that birds don't taste good this time of year, got to let them feed on the grain fields for a little bit. How do you find them?
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I was told not to say were the hunting spot was, but we were siting in our boat the minute we could shoot on the first day of the season and those ducks were still good. We had some tonight, actually. They're just smaller than most would prefer but they're 'stupid' this early in the season which is perfect for us rookie hunters.
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Old 09-04-2014, 08:38 PM   #128
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I was told not to say were the hunting spot was, but we were siting in our boat the minute we could shoot on the first day of the season and those ducks were still good. We had some tonight, actually. They're just smaller than most would prefer but they're 'stupid' this early in the season which is perfect for us rookie hunters.
Nice man, sounds like you had a good time. Don't need exact location but what side of the province? West, east, south? We won't be going there I can assure you haha I'm just curious because we have no ducks here just a few geese. Besides, our hunting spot(s) are in the southernmost part of manitoba on grain fields and ducks only congregate here in the later part of the season once they push down from the north. How long have you been hunting?
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Nice man, sounds like you had a good time. Don't need exact location but what side of the province? West, east, south? We won't be going there I can assure you haha I'm just curious because we have no ducks here just a few geese. Besides, our hunting spot(s) are in the southernmost part of manitoba on grain fields and ducks only congregate here in the later part of the season once they push down from the north. How long have you been hunting?
Oh, it's north east of the city.

And this is my first time duck hunting! Glad I got so many on my first try. Must be doing something right
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Oh, it's north east of the city. And this is my first time duck hunting! Glad I got so many on my first try. Must be doing something right
How did you get involved in hunting? Always love to hear why new hunters got into it and if you will be going back out in the future!
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How did you get involved in hunting? Always love to hear why new hunters got into it and if you will be going back out in the future!
Oh, well, my boyfriend really wanted me to come deer and small game hunting with him so I got myself a shotgun and a rifle. Next thing I know I'm out shooting everything my guns can legally shoot! Was an unexpected hobby to pick up but I enjoy it. And I was once in the infantry so I've got a decent shot. Bringing something home always makes it more worth it.

Not only shooting animals for fun, we also take as much as we can off them. Just gotta clear that up!
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Oh, well, my boyfriend really wanted me to come deer and small game hunting with him so I got myself a shotgun and a rifle. Next thing I know I'm out shooting everything my guns can legally shoot! Was an unexpected hobby to pick up but I enjoy it. And I was once in the infantry so I've got a decent shot. Bringing something home always makes it more worth it. Not only shooting animals for fun, we also take as much as we can off them. Just gotta clear that up!
All this time and I thought I was talking to a guy haha this is even cooler! Most girls want nothing to do with hunting let alone firearms so I commend you for that! And yeah, we are all about taking as much as we can off the animal. There is such a bad persona surrounding hunting now a days and it's just ridiculous but it is great to see that more people are getting involved and spreading a positive message.
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All this time and I thought I was talking to a guy haha this is even cooler! Most girls want nothing to do with hunting let alone firearms so I commend you for that! And yeah, we are all about taking as much as we can off the animal. There is such a bad persona surrounding hunting now a days and it's just ridiculous but it is great to see that more people are getting involved and spreading a positive message.
Haha. Thanks, although it's not a huge deal to me because of my experience, I do find people get weirded out when I tell them I go hunting.

Also, the jeep is great for hunting. It's very quiet, capable, and we can sleep in the back. So for duck hunting we've been putting the canoe on the roof and sleeping in it overnight at the spot. We can also cook inside. The other day I made breakfast while still in my sleeping bag!
Just gotta keep a window open in case something goes wrong and you need to jettison the stove...

I'm actually going back out there tonight so I'll take more pictures of our setup and how cool the jeep looks.
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Haha. Thanks, although it's not a huge deal to me because of my experience, I do find people get weirded out when I tell them I go hunting.

Also, the jeep is great for hunting. It's very quiet, capable, and we can sleep in the back. So for duck hunting we've been putting the canoe on the roof and sleeping in it overnight at the spot. We can also cook inside. The other day I made breakfast while still in my sleeping bag!
Just gotta keep a window open in case something goes wrong and you need to jettison the stove...

I'm actually going back out there tonight so I'll take more pictures of our setup and how cool the jeep looks.
I cant get my head around how you guys can both fit in that jeep and cook on top of it! I cant wait to see the pics. We are lucky enough to have a cabin down in southern manitoba where we can stay. The land was purchased 60 years ago by my granddad. We would take the Jeep but we have too much stuff to take with us every time we go and we stay for a few days usually. Besides there are literally no amenities. Its like living in a trappers cabin 100 years ago haha so we have to bring everything with us (generator, propane, water etc). Plus we have a dog!
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I cant get my head around how you guys can both fit in that jeep and cook on top of it! I cant wait to see the pics. We are lucky enough to have a cabin down in southern manitoba where we can stay. The land was purchased 60 years ago by my granddad. We would take the Jeep but we have too much stuff to take with us every time we go and we stay for a few days usually. Besides there are literally no amenities. Its like living in a trappers cabin 100 years ago haha so we have to bring everything with us (generator, propane, water etc). Plus we have a dog!
The only reason we have a really decent time living out the the jeep is because we already have compact, ultralight gear because we go backpacking alot. So we use that same gear to save alot of space. I'll definitely take some pictures!

When you see our stove you wont believe that it can boil water faster than any coleman or primus camping stove but the whole setup fits in a 1.5L pot.
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MANITOBA JEEPERS: Anyone out there looking to buy a mopar soft top. I have never used, nor opened it. I will meet someone halfway if they are interested so long as you don't live across the province unless you can come in for a special occasion. Selling it for $1450. Sells for $2000 on the mopar website.
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So awesome I found this thread! Rock on manitoba jeepers! And if you want some real off roading experience in the snow, come to my driveway in the country... I'm not kidding, even a jeep will get stuck haha
last winter our Dakota truck got stuck in our back yard and then froze to the ground. then I went driving in the back yard and almost got stuck myself. LOL that would have been a bad thing. Fortunately I managed to get out. didn't try it again. maybe this winter.....

we had lots of snow then.
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The only reason we have a really decent time living out the the jeep is because we already have compact, ultralight gear because we go backpacking alot. So we use that same gear to save alot of space. I'll definitely take some pictures!

When you see our stove you wont believe that it can boil water faster than any coleman or primus camping stove but the whole setup fits in a 1.5L pot.
Glad you are enjoying hunting, I have been going crazy this year in fishing. can't get enough of it. right now going through withdrawal symptoms haven't been out since sunday. I think I'll go out tomorrow can't wait till the next trip. Must Fish!
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Glad you are enjoying hunting, I have been going crazy this year in fishing. can't get enough of it. right now going through withdrawal symptoms haven't been out since sunday. I think I'll go out tomorrow can't wait till the next trip. Must Fish!
Seems like us manitoba jeepers have a thing for hunting, fishing and the outdoors.
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I agree. Went out again yesterday, pics in a bit!
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I agree. Went out again yesterday, pics in a bit!
Finally found time to upload all my phone pics to photobucket. Enjoy!

How to hide a jeep.


How to get a TJ really stuck.


How to look cooler than everybody else.


While I was taking that last picture, this happened.


...aaaand the inevitable rescue. Had to piggy back the 2 jeeps to get him outta there.


Just a nice picture.


Didn't get very far in the marsh.



T'was a pretty lame trail overall but it leads to some interesting stuff if you're up for it.
Found some mud


...and quite a bit of water. There's a couple of these crossings around there.
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nice pics it seems more of a rescue the truck adventure.
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Hahaha. It wasnt bad. We all got stuck a bunch of times.
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Here's another adventure from this weekend... near Dickinson, ND.



check out that rear tire




And check out this stock flex action




Idk if 33's would fit. Seemed to me like there'd be some rubbing.


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*knock knock knock* Anyone here still alive?

I'm going to a Red River Jeep Club meeting tonight if anyone's interested in coming.
1900hrs (7pm for you non army people ) at Jeffries on Henderson.

I'm not part of the club yet, but the meeting is open to non-members so I'm just gonna go check it out.
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*knock knock knock* Anyone here still alive? I'm going to a Red River Jeep Club meeting tonight if anyone's interested in coming. 1900hrs (7pm for you non army people ) at Jeffries on Henderson. I'm not part of the club yet, but the meeting is open to non-members so I'm just gonna go check it out.
thanks for the info. May attend but might not
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thanks for the info. May attend but might not
Don't show up! lol...
It was last night
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Don't show up! lol... It was last night
Haha good thing I was busy
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I moved to bc!

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I moved to bc!

Damn you!!!!

I want to live there but it's too damn expensive. What field do you work in?

Also, went out again. Highwind lake, ON this time.





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