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18 I The Lovell Chronicle I October 23, 2014  ii!iii!!!,'   PATH CARPENTER Game Warden James Hobbs updates Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce members on how the hunting season is progressing at their monthly luncheon held on Monday at the Brandin' Iron Restaurant. The hunt is on and it's a good one BY PATFI CARPENTER Game Warden James Hobbs was the guest speak- er at this month's Lovell Area Chamber of Com- merce luncheon held on Monday at the Brandin' Iron Restaurant. Hobbs was the bearer of particularly good news for hunters. He said he nor- mally checks about 40 ani- mals this time of the year and has already checked more like 70, including a trophy mule deer buck harvested in Area 52 that scored right around 200 points on the Boone and Crockett scale. Hobbs said enough hunters don't take advan- tage of waterfowl hunting in the area, which he said can be very good. "I think one of the se- crets of the state of Wyo- ming is how good the wa- terfowl hunting is around here," said Hobbs. "We do have quite a few people who travel here for that, but I believe if people knew how good the waterfowl hunt- ing is here, we'd have a lot more people showing up." He said pheasant hunt- ing is also excellent in the area, with roughly 3,000 or more pheasants released each year on the Yellow- tail. He said the release of these farm-raised pheas- ants is very expensive for the Game and Fish Dept. and noted a special public meeting at the Lovell Fire Hall on Nov. 13 starting at 6 p.m. has been scheduled to discuss ways to manage the pheasant population more effectively. "Either we have to change the way we are managing it or charge hunters more for pheasant stamps," he said. He noted that it, only is far less than the cost of producing the birds to stock the area. Hobbs said he hopes hunters will offer some ideas of how to recti- fy that discrepancy at the meeting. "We're looking forward to talking to those who like to pheasant hunt about how to best manage the program," said Hobbs. The elk and deer hunt- ing have been excellent this year. He said deer and elk numbers have been in- creasing every year and hunters had a lot of success as a result. "Statewide, our elk numbers have continued to increase and even with our best efforts we can't har- vest enough of them," he costs $12.50 for a license to said. "In this area we also hunt pheasant but it costs G&F between $20 and $23 to produce each bird. That includes the cost of employ- ees and other costs relat- ed to raising the birds. The cost of the stamp, which is required to hunt in areas where birds are released, have some of the best buck to doe ratios in the state." He said hunters are finding elk plentiful across area 39. He said the moun- tain has been very good for hunting mule deer. Hunt- ing for white tail deer is best near the river. Heiser bags mountain goat in hunt of a lifetime BY DAVID PECK For Chad Heiser, it was a dream come true. A longtime avid hunter, Heiser was thrilled to draw a mountain goat license for the Beartooth Mountains in Northwest Wyoming. There was just one problem: a recent knee injury threatened to knock the Lovell man out of the hunt, which would mean an opportunity lost forever. "For 30-some years I've been waiting to draw a tag - putting in every year," he said. "There's no point system on goats. There are now three goat areas in Wyo- ming but only 14 tags for this area, I think, and only 10 resident." Heiser and a friend were hunting on Line Creek on Sept. 6 when they spotted the billy. Heiser had designs on a larger animal but had to take a different one. "We did a lot of glassing and had hors- es up there, but due to my bad knee I didn't get to kill the goat I wanted to," he said. "I was hoping for something bigger, but this one was nine inches (the horns). I was hop- ing for a 10-inch one. He's probably 250 to 300 pounds. "I shot him at about 75 yards. I had time to sit there and look and think about it. If it would have fallen (off the ledge), it would have been another thousand feet down, but I used a Remington .300 Ultra Mag, so I dropped him right there. I an- chored him right there." Heiser said he will have the animal mounted - a full-body, life-sized mount. Does he have a room for the goat? COURTESY PHOTO Chad Heiser poses with the mountain goat he successfully harvested Sept. 6 in the Beartooth Mountains on Line Creek. The Lovell man called it the opportunity of a lifetime. "I'll find one," he said. "I have bears and mountain lions and other things life- sized. It's a beautiful animal. It was hard shooting him." Heiser is grateful he had the opportu- nity to realize his dream. "Thanks to my father (Frank Heiser) for all the years packing me around hunt- ing and trapping to make this possible," he said. "Those are once-in-a-lifetime tags. You can never hunt a goat again. "And with my bad knee...I had just had 35 CCs of fluid pumped out just before the hunt." County, local candidate meet and greet tonight The Basin Area Chamber and Basin Republican Rustler are sponsoring a gen- eral election candidate meet and greet event from 7-9 p.m. tonight (Thursday) at the Eagles in Basin. Candidates for county sheriff, coun- ty commissioner, Basin mayor and council and Big Horn County School District No. 4 races have been invited. They will have an opportunity during the first hour to out- line their candidacy with a three-minute speech. Speeches begin at 7 p.m. with the fol- SLIPEII CLASSIFIEDS lowing order: county commissioner can- didates, county sheriff candidates, Basin mayor candidates, Basin council candi- dates and school board candidates. There will be no formal questions from the floor or the emcee. The floor will be open to any other can- didates in attendance who would like to speak to the group as a whole. The second hour will be opened up for a meet and greet where the public can visit one-on-one with candidates. Refreshments will be served. Announcements LOVELL: THREE BED- ROOM apartment, newly shampooed and painted, attached one car garage. No smokers, please. Call 307-548-7745 or 307- 272-1909. __(10/23-30pL) LOVELL: TWO BED- ROOM, two bath house. Basement and fenced backyard. Close to school. No smoking, no pets. Call 307-272-1988. __ (10/23-30cL) BASIN: THREE BED- ROOM, ONE bath- room adorable house. Detached garage, central A/C. W/D. Nice yard. Available immediately No pets/smoking $650 plus utilities, or $875 utilities paid. 307-765-2628. (10/23cB) GREYBULL: FULLY FURNISHED ONE bed- room, one bath apart- ment. washer, dryer, Direct T.V, WIFI. Rent includes all utilities. No smokers/pets. Available 11/11/14 until 6/1/2015. perfect for business person. 307-765-2628. (10/23cB): GREYBULL: TWO BED- ROOM HOUSE with garage, fenced yard. No pets, no smoking. Nice area. 307-272-3472. __ (10/23-10/30pB) GREYBULL: ONE AND TWO bedroom apart- ments. Completely fur- nished, including cable. No smoking, no pets. 307-765-4626. __ (10/23-11/6cB) SHELL: TWO BED- ROOM, ONE bath home near Shell. Great moun- tain view!No smoking. No pets. $500 plus utilities. Call 307-265-4654. __ (10/16-11/6pB) GREYBULL: ONE BED- ROOM WITH washer and dryer. $350/month plus utilities. Call 510- 421-0013. If no answer, 307-765-2032. (10/2tfn) BASIN: TWO BED- ROOM MOBILE home. $425/mo. No pets. 307- 899-096. __ (10/23-10/30pB) GREYBULL: NICE TWO BEDROOM home in good area. Available in October. Call 307-899- 2368 or 307-765-4422. (9/25tfB) GREYBULL: NICE, THREE BEDROOM trailer; washer/dryer, quiet, safe neighborhood. Private parking, close to schools and shopping. References required. No dogs. $550 per month. Call 307-899-2368 or 307-765-4422. (9/18tfB) GREYBULL: SMALL ONE BEDROOM house. Washer, dryer, A/C, $390 month. All utilities paid except lights. 307-765- 2530 or 307-899-2531. (9/18tfB) GREYBULL: TWO BEDROOM TRAILER. For rent in near future. Washer/Dryer. Water and garbage paid. 307-899- 2368 or 307-765-4422. (9/4tfB) GREYBULL: LAND- LORDS. PARTIES ROU- TINELY contact the Basin & Greybull Chambers of Commerce seeking rental units. We both wish to maintain a list of avail- able properties so that we may refer inquires appropriately. If you have rental property available for lease, contact the Greybull Chamber of Commerce at 307-765- 2100 to be included in an ongoing referral listing accessible through both Chambers. (7/24tfB) GREYBULL: 1-1/2 BEDROOM TRAILER. Suitable for one or two people, or couple with baby. Nice quiet neigh- borhood, close to shop- ping and school. Water and garbage paid. No pets. No smoking. Refer- ences required. 307-899- 2368 or 307-765-4422. (8/21tfS) BASIN: 1 AND 2 BED- ROOM apt. Free laundry. All utilities paid. Refer- ences required. 307-272- 5405 or 307-921-8558. (8/20tfB) GREYBULL: DRY CREEK STORAGE. New units. 12x24, 12x20, 12x16, 10x10. 700 14th Ave. N. 307-272-9419. (7/23tfB) BASIN: TWO BED- ROOM APTS. Brand new! All new appliances. Washer and dryer hook ups. No pets. No smok- ing. Starting at $550 per month plus utilities. 307- 680-1523. (10/4ffB) GREYBULL: ONE TRAILER HOOK-UP. Available in near future. Water and garbage paid. Lots of shade. Cement walk and parking. Nice quiet neighborhood. $300 month. Available soon. No Pets. References required. 307-899-2368 or 307-765-4422. (8/21tfB) GREYBULL: STORAGE SHEDS. 10x10 - 10x15 - 12x20. Call 307-765-2407 or 307-272-5470. (7/16tfB) BASIN: THE LILAC MOTEL. Clean and com- fortable. Wireless internet. Reasonable rates - daily, weekly, monthly. 710 West C St. 307-568-3355. (tfB) Cars & Trucks Oaycare GREYBULL: THE STOR- AGE SHED has units available by the day, week, month or year. 1417 N. Seventh St. Call 307- 568-2795. (fiB) BASIN: STORAGE UNITS available at The Storage Shed - by the day, week, month or year. 307-568-2795. (tfS) POWELL - 3 BED, 1 BATH HOME, washer/ dryer, fenced yard, nice neighborhood. No pets/ smoking. $850/mo. Call 254-2241. (85TFCT) POWELL: 2 BDRM HOUSE in town, stove/ refrigerator, no pets. 754- 3697. (84-85PT) POWELL: SURREY SENIOR TOWNHOMES is now taking applications for an income restricted one bedroom. First come, first served. Call 1-307- 637-4676 for information. (84-87CT) POWELL: SMALL 1 BEDROOM house w/ study. No pets, no smok- ing. 754-3414. (80TFCT) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home, 16x70 in town park, fenced yard, covered deck, quiet neighbors. $695/mo., no smoking. 272-1283. (84TFCT) POWELL: TOWN- HOUSE, 2 BDRM, 1 1/2 bath, perfect condition, OPEN HOUSE Sat., Oct. 25 10 am - 2 pro, 1114 Julie Lane, $675 plus utili- ties and security deposit. Rigid background check. (84-85PT) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM basement apartment, $375/mo., $275 deposit. No pets, no smoking, water paid. 754-9740. (84-85PT) CLEAN 2BDRM, 1 Bath, W/D hookup, Ig yard. No Pets/Smoking! $550/ mo. Powell/l_ovell area 307-548-7990. (84-87CT) CLEAN 3 BDRM, 2 bath, W/D hookup. NO Pets/ NO Smoking! $600/mo Powell/Lovell area 307- 548-7990. (84-87CT) POWELL: 2BED 1 BATH HOUSE, $625/5625. NO PETS, 930 E Jefferson, Wyoming Real Estate Network, Call Larry Hed- derman, 754-5500. (83TFCT) POEWLL: 4 BDRM HOUSE with full garage, $1,000/mo., $1,000 dep. plus utilities. 250-0190. (82TFCT) LOVELL: EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS, $325 and up. Utilities included. Pets and smokers wel- come 272-6384. (80TFCT) POWELL: 4 BDRM, 2 BATH, $1,200/mo., $1,200 dep., no smoking, no pets. 202-1388. (80TFCT) POWELL: LARGE 2 BEDROOM apartment, $450 deposit, $450/mo. No pets, no smoking, Available Oct. 15. 754- 5915. (84-87PT) POWELL: 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH house, $700, includes utilities. No smoking, no pets. 899- 3592. (79TFCT) NEED TO STORE YOUR boat/RV/Camper, or just need to get it off the street? Call JP Storage at 754-7178. (79 TFCT) LOVELL: 2 BEDROOM Townhouse, NO pets, NO smoking. $425/mo. 754-3013. (77TFCT) POWELL: 2 BED, 1 BATH HOUSE, washer/ dryer, nice neighbor- hood. No pets/smok- ing. $750/mo. Call 254- 2241. (75TFCT) POWELL: OFFICE SPACE for Rent- Per- fect for professionals- Completely furnished. $400. Call Trevor for details 307-272-1860. (64TFCT) POWELL: PROFES- SIONAL OFFICE SPACE, new build- ing, 577 sq. ft. corner unit, partially furnished, includes wireless inter- net, $700/mo., $700 deposit, internet and water. Lease required. 307-754-7178. __(59ThursTFCT) POWELL: RETAIL, OFFICE, COMMER- CIAL and industrial, downtown Powell. Call 307-272-5426. (48TFCT) POWELL: BEAUTIFUL 3 BDRM, 2 bath home, 2-car garage. No pets, no smoking, $850/mo. 754-3013. (73TFCT) Adoption Call 307-272-2035 or 307-272-1714 TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, call Heart Moun- tain Realty in Powell - 307-754-9631. (16TFCT) WHITLOCK DEVELOP- MENT - For rentals or property management call 307-254-2830. (77TFCT) POWELL: IRONWOOD APARTMENTS office now open. 825 E. 7th St. 307-764-5460. (68TFCT) GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL through Wyoming Auto Finance. Only available at Midway Auto Bales. Stop getting denied for a loan. 307- 546-7571. (3/10tfcL) 02 ISUZU TROOPER limited with 152xxx miles. Loaded with leather heated seats $5,500 obo. 254-5206. (81-86PT) GRASS/ALFALFA HAY, no rain, in Powell, $130/ ton. 754-8213. (57TFCT) We Have Sizes FerMI Storage Needsl ,,,A, Competitive Rates New Units - BY Storage! 13 feet high! 10x10 & 10x20 units now available FIRST MONTH'S RENT FREE & $175 IN MOVING EXPENSES! Buck Creek Apartments are located at the corner of Monroe and Jones St. This affordable 12 unit property features 3 bdrm units, each with two full bathrooms, A/C, washer & dryer included, other Energy Star appliances and much more! Section 8 vouchers welcome. Caf 307.754.7185 to make 1 Ct  an appointment/ .. Managed by HDA Management, LLC. NICE TRI-COLORED QUARTERHORSE mare, broke, papered, looking for a good home, $2,500. Flashy white and bay mustang gelding, 5 years, great potential, needs a kind and quiet hand, $700 obo. Small black and white mare, broke, sweet and willing, no spook, $1,000. 754-4509. (85-86PT) VACATIONS: BUFFA- LO'S HISTORIC OCCI- DENTAL HOTEL: "GET AWAY PACKAGE" for 2. Suite, champagne, dinner, breakfast. Come. Stay. Enjoy. $175.00. Cross country trails, snowmobiling, skiing, ice skating, shopping, walking & hiking. 1-307- 684-0451. (85-85W) NEW CHILDCARE TO POWELL, experi- enced, licensed provider with Early Childhood Edu- cation background. Clean center setting with the comforts and friendliness of home. Please stop by 256 South Jones or call 307 764 3722. (84-87CT) ADOPT: BIRTH- MOTHER, we are a caring, devoted couple who wish to provide a loving home filled with education, laughter and security to a baby. Expenses Paid. Call/ Text Christine and Paul 267-279-3688 or www. christineandpaul.info (81-86PT) WE BUY FURNITURE. Seeking bed frames, sofas, recliners, dress- ers and most furniture. Call 307-765-2590. (10/23cB) HOME HEALTH AIDE in Greybull. Prefer CNA. 307-899-2368 or 307- 765-4422. (8/21tfB) SNOWBIRDS! LOOK- ING FOR Mail Forwarding Service? Call White Ink, 307-754-9399. (85-95CT) HUFF ANTIQUE SHOW - Metrapark Billings, Mont., Nov. 14, 5to8 p.m., Nov. 15 9 am to 5 pro, Nov. 16 10 am to 3 pro. __(85-871hursPT) 15TH ANNUAL DEAVER Craft Fair. Saturday, Nov. 22, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Deaver Town Hall. Con- tact Molly Yates, 307- 664-2542, to reserve your table. Breakfast and lunch served. __ 10/23-11/20pL) NA MEETS WEDNES- DAYS from 7 to 9 p.m., Grace Fellowship Church, Greybull. (tfB) AL-ANON MEETS at 401 S. 5th, Grace Fellowship, Greybull at noon on Mon- days. (tfB) NARCOTICS ANONY- MOUS Meets at 146 S. Bent, Powell (Big Horn Enterprise building) Tues., Thurs., Sun., (open) at 7 pro., Sat. at 10 a.m. (closed). Call 307-213- 9434 or 1-855-596-HOPE (4673) for more info. (21TFFT) BREASTFEEDING SUP- PORT - Every Thursday at noon at the Children's Resource Center. Led by Certified Lactation Coun- selors - 754-1212. __ (46TFThursFT) POWELL AL ANON pro- vides support for friends and relatives of alcohol- ics. Meetings: Tuesdays at noon and Wednes- days, 7 p.m. at 146 South Bent (Big Horn Enter- prises/north entrance off parking lot). For informa- tion, call 754-4543 or 754-5988. __ (103TFThursFT) CODY N.A. MEETINGS- Mondays at 7 p.m., Assembly of God Church basement, 1532 Bleistein Ave. __ (24ThursTFFT) WELCOME TO POWELL! Call us for a Free gift pack and coupons from area busi- nesses. Wyoming Wel- come- 754-9399 or 754- 3206. __ (15ThursTFFT)