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    Default Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    I recently was interviewed by Aron Snyder on Kifarucast. I'm always open to helping folks out and am starting this thread for Questions and Answers.

    Here is the podcast:

    http://kifaru.net/wilderness-educati...la/#more-52497

    If you have any questions, I'm happy to help you out. Thanks for listening!

    Kev

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Kev, Just listened to the PODCAST. Looking forward to meeting you at ECR 2019!!

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Where in Maine are you located? I travel there frequently and know I'll be there next month while attending a spotting/windcalling class at the SIG Academy. I'm always game to grab good seafood at the Weathervane or just drool over some nice firearms at the Outpost.

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Sig is about an hour and forty five from me. I live in the Midcoast (Brunswick/Bath) and work in South Bristol/Walpole. We have seafood at the ECR.
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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Kevin you mentioned something about using a Tailgunner as your EDC/possibles Bag. I looked on your website, do you have a write up/article or list of those items. Always interested in what other people think is important. thanks Well with a fresh cup of coffee look what I found
    http://kevinestela.com/wp-content/up...vin-Estela.pdf
    Last edited by Robbie; 05-27-2018 at 05:02 AM.

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Kevin, Great to meet you at the Rondy. Well thought out article on the tailgunner. Good stuff to chew on.

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Flamingo 7,

    What's your non-forum name? I don't remember meeting a Flamingo at the rondy! haha! Help me put a name with a username.

    BTW, I switched over all the contents of my tailgunner to the E&E pack with an organizer pouch on the front. It gives me a little more room to add some larger items in the pack.

    Kev

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Kevin,

    Steve Lair. I was the EOD guy in the 6 man. Wish I could have stayed longer and chatted Sunday. I have run (and at times still do) an old Mountainsmith lumbar pack with a KU Koala for day trips. My favorite in the mountains of the SW for Coues deer. Generally it's an old Spike Camp or a friends Late Season. I have to be careful though...more room means more stuff, that you may not really need. Take care.

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    I would never have guessed you were "flamingo" based on your experience and presence. It's good to place your forum name with the person I met! Great talking with you Steve and I hope we can get back up to the mountains again soon. I'll definitely be back out to CO at some point soon.

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    Default Re: Question and Answer from my Podcast on Kifarucast

    Yah, that was my call sign in service. Funny story

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