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Old 02-13-2018, 03:34 PM #31
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yea we do enjoy WC........lotsa blue oaks here in foothills....but many varieties of oaks....

deer herds have dwindled over the yr's.......but yes do......lotsa pigs here....used to raise few diff varieties of and stock local ranches before DFG frowned upon..hound hunted for many yrs as well......bear, long/short tail cats, fox......but birds always been my go to.....bite fer bite..best eating....
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Old 02-13-2018, 05:30 PM #32
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We have turkeys all around where I live, but not enough of them..

So leave your shotguns home, but if you want white tail does, grab your rifle and come out to my place..

I'll let you shoot all the does you want around my house and acreage....especially in my veggie garden in June...
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Old 02-13-2018, 06:16 PM #33
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Unlimited doe tags here. We are overrun with deer, up to 45 per square mile. Shoot as many as you want and tags are available over the counter for only $5.10 each. That includes bucks with antlers less than three inches too.
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Old 02-15-2018, 11:18 AM #34
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I've always wanted to go hunting. I've taken the hunters education course in my state and had a license before but never have been out. I find turkey hunting particularly fascinating and would love to do it some day. I'm a fishing fanatic so I'll have to make my way onto land at some point.
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Old 02-15-2018, 06:35 PM #35
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Just go, read a book if you want and go. My dad died when i was young. No one in my family hunted. I got a drivers license and an old van and never looked back. In fact im surprised im still alive from some of the shit i did being young and knowing your invincible, right?

While your'e out there you will meet people to teach you things.

Hell i met two guys in the desert this year that couldnt find a deer to save their lives. Put them on a couple nice bucks i had scouted but passed on them for the grand daddy. Long story short, now i have two camps there every year that have a bunk with my name on it.

The big one gave me the slip 3 times, even when i had em dead to rights. He will be in his hidey hole come next september though.
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Old 02-15-2018, 09:39 PM #36
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Just so happens Walter Payton owned some land a few miles from me.I don't know if he hunted Turkey but there's turkey there now.big suckers too.I'm sure I could snag a couple if I wanted to.lol
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Unit 26, the Brooks Range. I lived there in a eskimo village in the 70s and 80s. I got a full curl or better every fall. Great meat. I never went real high up the mountains. I liked to catch them when they were lower. Sunning themselves on the side of the mountain or when they went lower for water or mineral licks. I see dall all the time where I live right now in southcentral alaska. 10 miles up the valley toward the glacier has a bunch of herds there. Permit drawing for these dall. No roads just atv trails up there. I've been up there a thousand times and only remember twice when I didn't see dalls either on the side of the mountains or down in the valley at the water and mineral licks. This fall I'll be hunting Grizz, caribou and moose in the Talkeetna mountains near Eureka. Can't wait
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Old 02-17-2018, 04:45 AM #38
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Unlimited doe tags here. We are overrun with deer, up to 45 per square mile. Shoot as many as you want and tags are available over the counter for only $5.10 each. That includes bucks with antlers less than three inches too.
we had deer out the wazoo around here until a couple of years back. we had drought three summers running & "blue tongue" disease killed a hell of a lot of them. (epizootic hemorrhagiac disease, sp?) it mainly strikes bigger older deer, and is worse during droughts when deer concentrate around water sources & the disease is spread by the bite of a tiny midge fly...
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I know turkeys can fly, but not so well. Someone told me you can run them down. Is that even possible?
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They can fly a lot better than you think....
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