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Multi Season Deer Permit
« on: May 14, 2013, 02:41:56 PM »
This was my first year applying for Multi Season permits. I did not get drawn for elk, but I did draw a deer permit. I really did not care about deer in the first place, but I figured I would throw my name in the hat and see what happens. After looking at the cost of the permit I was not going to buy it.

I just found out that I have to work a conference on opening day of modern firearm deer season. I have never missed opening day, which is a huge bummer. Most the legal bucks are dead by 10am on opening morining, where I hunt. I figure it is tag soup, unless I bounce around to some other GMU's or switch seasons/weapons via Multi Season permit.

So now I am in a dilema of whether or not I should purchase the permit?

Any suggestions on where to go, if I use a Muzzleloader?
I like to hunt the eastside.

When do I have to purchase my Multi Season permit by?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2013, 02:42:41 PM »
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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2013, 02:45:16 PM »
I bought it last year and loved it.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #3 on: May 14, 2013, 02:47:46 PM »
You don't have to buy the permit until before the early archery season starts so you have some time unless you are wanting to try and go for the special permits.

Where do you normally hunt for modern opener?
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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2013, 02:47:55 PM »
You have until the end of August to buy it. As for where to hunt, I'd just hunt the area you normally hunt, but do it during early muzzleloader season. There isn't much open late season, except blacktails here on the westside. So if you are after a mulie make sure and get it done during the early season.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #5 on: May 14, 2013, 02:54:53 PM »
You don't have to buy the permit until before the early archery season starts so you have some time unless you are wanting to try and go for the special permits.

Where do you normally hunt for modern opener?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #6 on: May 14, 2013, 03:00:03 PM »
Like Bobcat said, I would consider going out during Muzzy season in the spot you know and trying to fill your tag. Do you have a muzzy or bow?
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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #7 on: May 14, 2013, 03:02:43 PM »
You have until the end of August to buy it. As for where to hunt, I'd just hunt the area you normally hunt, but do it during early muzzleloader season. There isn't much open late season, except blacktails here on the westside. So if you are after a mulie make sure and get it done during the early season.

If I get skunked on the eastside I will hunt the westside. I have shot a few blacktails. I like to hunt all over the state and try out different GMU's. Any good eastside Muzzy general season hunts? I don't think the area I usually hunt offers a general Muzzy season. I will check...

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #8 on: May 14, 2013, 03:08:13 PM »
Like Bobcat said, I would consider going out during Muzzy season in the spot you know and trying to fill your tag. Do you have a muzzy or bow?

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Yes to a Muzzy, but I have never fired one before. My father got it as a retirement gift in 1993. He put it together, never fired it, and gave it too me. I just took a look at it, to check and see who made it. It does not have a brand name on it. It was a kit, where you finish the wood stock yourself, and put it together yourself etc. I was going to take it down to the Muzzy experts on river road in Puyallup. I figure he can line me up with what I need and I will go start shooting the thing.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #9 on: May 14, 2013, 03:14:31 PM »
Like Bobcat said, I would consider going out during Muzzy season in the spot you know and trying to fill your tag. Do you have a muzzy or bow?

No Bow...
Yes to a Muzzy, but I have never fired one before. My father got it as a retirement gift in 1993. He put it together, never fired it, and gave it too me. I just took a look at it, to check and see who made it. It does not have a brand name on it. It was a kit, where you finish the wood stock yourself, and put it together yourself etc. I was going to take it down to the Muzzy experts on river road in Puyallup. I figure he can line me up with what I need and I will go start shooting the thing.

I think that is your best bet. You might end up enjoying the muzzy season and not looking back. You can always do general rifle if you don't get one with your muzzy, it just wouldn't be on opening weekend.
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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #10 on: May 14, 2013, 03:28:59 PM »
Get the tag, take up either ML or Archery, hunt the same places and forget about pumpkin patches of the future. Those legal deer you spoke of that are all gone by opening day?....well guess what...there are ever more of those prior to the circus.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #11 on: May 14, 2013, 03:50:18 PM »
Thanks guys!

I checked the unit I normally hunt and there is NOT a muzzy season. The closest open GMU's are Lick Creek and Prescott. I have spent a minimal amount of time there. At this point, it looks like I need to pick a GMU or two and focus on learning them.

Any suggestions around North Central Eastern Wa.?

I worry about the wolves trying to hunt me up there, so I plan on buying a pistol this weekend. I have named it "Wolf Exit Strategy".

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #12 on: May 14, 2013, 03:57:27 PM »
I think Prescott would be much better than anywhere in north-central. You might also consider hunting the NE for whitetails.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #13 on: May 14, 2013, 04:03:25 PM »
I think Prescott would be much better than anywhere in north-central. You might also consider hunting the NE for whitetails.

Is Prescott posted city? I thought I heard it is pretty hard to get permission, so don't waste points in that GMU. I could be wrong thou...

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #14 on: May 14, 2013, 04:08:53 PM »
I think Prescott would be much better than anywhere in north-central. You might also consider hunting the NE for whitetails.

What GMU is Republic in?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2013, 04:09:21 PM »
Yes it is mostly private land. I just thought you might already be somewhat familiar with it and could find a place to hunt. If you want to hunt public land in north-central Washington you might check into Sinlahekin and Wannacut.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2013, 04:10:25 PM »
Republic is in East Okanogan. (204)

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #17 on: May 14, 2013, 04:13:41 PM »
Republic is in East Okanogan. (204)

I got a nice buck in Republic a few years ago, but I was pretty much stuck hunting a small area. Got lucky on day 3, but have not hunted there since. Very private up there.

Have you hunted the areas you mentioned?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #18 on: May 14, 2013, 04:38:59 PM »
Yes it is mostly private land. I just thought you might already be somewhat familiar with it and could find a place to hunt. If you want to hunt public land in north-central Washington you might check into Sinlahekin and Wannacut.
yeah if you do hunt here put in some scouting huntings going down hill from what i can tell here

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #19 on: May 14, 2013, 04:42:03 PM »
Yes it is mostly private land. I just thought you might already be somewhat familiar with it and could find a place to hunt. If you want to hunt public land in north-central Washington you might check into Sinlahekin and Wannacut.
yeah if you do hunt here put in some scouting huntings going down hill from what i can tell here

Are you referring to the wolves?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #20 on: May 14, 2013, 04:47:59 PM »
Yes it is mostly private land. I just thought you might already be somewhat familiar with it and could find a place to hunt. If you want to hunt public land in north-central Washington you might check into Sinlahekin and Wannacut.
yeah if you do hunt here put in some scouting huntings going down hill from what i can tell here

Are you referring to the wolves?
no its just a jungle there during modern. my family has been hunting there for 30 years (im 15 and only been hunting for 3 years) and no ones tagged out in the past 5 years  :bash:

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #21 on: May 14, 2013, 05:03:34 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

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« Reply #22 on: May 14, 2013, 05:22:14 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

Are you referring to Prescott or the NE WA units Bobcat mentioned?

Southeastern Wa is no different. We use to have 8-10 deer out of 15 hunters hanging in our camp. The last 4 seasons we have had 1 or 2 at best. Too many hunters, not enough ground to hunt, windmills, and too many damn doe tags (1200 per year) destoryed it. It will be a draw only or pay to hunt area in the next 5-10 years. Too many pissed off land owners have closed up there land, or they have turned it over to hunt clubs and outfitters. Now I am strongly considering switching weapons. I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #23 on: May 14, 2013, 05:36:32 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.

for me, it is about the timing of when bow hunters can be out in the field and the completely different feel you have when you are hunting. You have to be way more in tune with your surroundings because you can't just shoot an animal at 250 yards like you can with a rifle. If you go archery you will never go back.
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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #24 on: May 14, 2013, 05:39:23 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

Are you referring to Prescott or the NE WA units Bobcat mentioned?

Southeastern Wa is no different. We use to have 8-10 deer out of 15 hunters hanging in our camp. The last 4 seasons we have had 1 or 2 at best. Too many hunters, not enough ground to hunt, windmills, and too many damn doe tags (1200 per year) destoryed it. It will be a draw only or pay to hunt area in the next 5-10 years. Too many pissed off land owners have closed up there land, or they have turned it over to hunt clubs and outfitters. Now I am strongly considering switching weapons. I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.
yes my family owns property by loomis and weve hunted both the sinlahekin and wannacut unit and have had no success. ive only seen one shooter buck during the season in the 3 years ive gone. this year i put in for a wannacut doe tag that im guranteed to draw so most likely will get my first deer  :IBCOOL: . there are plenty of farms around that may give you permission, weve never asked because my family grew up on muleys and refuses to shoot any whitetail (not sure whats with that but oh well). but all in all there are deer there just difficult to find but the beauty of the country is enough to get me hooked.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #25 on: May 14, 2013, 05:50:09 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.

for me, it is about the timing of when bow hunters can be out in the field and the completely different feel you have when you are hunting. You have to be way more in tune with your surroundings because you can't just shoot an animal at 250 yards like you can with a rifle. If you go archery you will never go back.

Did your success in seeing animals and harvesting animals go up after you made the switch?

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #26 on: May 14, 2013, 05:55:57 PM »
oh miss read that the north central units not prescott

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« Reply #27 on: May 14, 2013, 06:01:01 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

Are you referring to Prescott or the NE WA units Bobcat mentioned?

Southeastern Wa is no different. We use to have 8-10 deer out of 15 hunters hanging in our camp. The last 4 seasons we have had 1 or 2 at best. Too many hunters, not enough ground to hunt, windmills, and too many damn doe tags (1200 per year) destoryed it. It will be a draw only or pay to hunt area in the next 5-10 years. Too many pissed off land owners have closed up there land, or they have turned it over to hunt clubs and outfitters. Now I am strongly considering switching weapons. I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.
yes my family owns property by loomis and weve hunted both the sinlahekin and wannacut unit and have had no success. ive only seen one shooter buck during the season in the 3 years ive gone. this year i put in for a wannacut doe tag that im guranteed to draw so most likely will get my first deer  :IBCOOL: . there are plenty of farms around that may give you permission, weve never asked because my family grew up on muleys and refuses to shoot any whitetail (not sure whats with that but oh well). but all in all there are deer there just difficult to find but the beauty of the country is enough to get me hooked.

Hopefully you can harvest a nice deer this season. Hang in there...you will get one. When I was your age, it took me 4 hunting seasons before I got my first deer; which was a doe. Once I got a few does and graduated and starting shooting bucks. Good luck!

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #28 on: May 14, 2013, 06:10:43 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

Are you referring to Prescott or the NE WA units Bobcat mentioned?

Southeastern Wa is no different. We use to have 8-10 deer out of 15 hunters hanging in our camp. The last 4 seasons we have had 1 or 2 at best. Too many hunters, not enough ground to hunt, windmills, and too many damn doe tags (1200 per year) destoryed it. It will be a draw only or pay to hunt area in the next 5-10 years. Too many pissed off land owners have closed up there land, or they have turned it over to hunt clubs and outfitters. Now I am strongly considering switching weapons. I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.
yes my family owns property by loomis and weve hunted both the sinlahekin and wannacut unit and have had no success. ive only seen one shooter buck during the season in the 3 years ive gone. this year i put in for a wannacut doe tag that im guranteed to draw so most likely will get my first deer  :IBCOOL: . there are plenty of farms around that may give you permission, weve never asked because my family grew up on muleys and refuses to shoot any whitetail (not sure whats with that but oh well). but all in all there are deer there just difficult to find but the beauty of the country is enough to get me hooked.

Hopefully you can harvest a nice deer this season. Hang in there...you will get one. When I was your age, it took me 4 hunting seasons before I got my first deer; which was a doe. Once I got a few does and graduated and starting shooting bucks. Good luck!
thank you very much! its not seeing does thats hard or getting a shot on them because ive been seeing around 20 a day but its the bucks that are hard to find. but we'll see what the doe tag changes  :chuckle:

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #29 on: May 14, 2013, 09:48:33 PM »
although it could be wolves. i honestly have no idea.  :dunno:

Are you referring to Prescott or the NE WA units Bobcat mentioned?

Southeastern Wa is no different. We use to have 8-10 deer out of 15 hunters hanging in our camp. The last 4 seasons we have had 1 or 2 at best. Too many hunters, not enough ground to hunt, windmills, and too many damn doe tags (1200 per year) destoryed it. It will be a draw only or pay to hunt area in the next 5-10 years. Too many pissed off land owners have closed up there land, or they have turned it over to hunt clubs and outfitters. Now I am strongly considering switching weapons. I am want to try and hunt archery fro elk. Most guys claim they wish they never hunted modern, once they learned how to shoot a bow; and their hunting success went up.
yes my family owns property by loomis and weve hunted both the sinlahekin and wannacut unit and have had no success. ive only seen one shooter buck during the season in the 3 years ive gone. this year i put in for a wannacut doe tag that im guranteed to draw so most likely will get my first deer  :IBCOOL: . there are plenty of farms around that may give you permission, weve never asked because my family grew up on muleys and refuses to shoot any whitetail (not sure whats with that but oh well). but all in all there are deer there just difficult to find but the beauty of the country is enough to get me hooked.

Hopefully you can harvest a nice deer this season. Hang in there...you will get one. When I was your age, it took me 4 hunting seasons before I got my first deer; which was a doe. Once I got a few does and graduated and starting shooting bucks. Good luck!
thank you very much! its not seeing does thats hard or getting a shot on them because ive been seeing around 20 a day but its the bucks that are hard to find. but we'll see what the doe tag changes  :chuckle:

If you don't fill your doe tag this year. PM me and I can put you on some private ground for the 2014 season. It should be pretty easy for you to draw a tag with no points; where I hunt. I would love to help a youth out and see him get his first deer. Stay in touch.

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #30 on: May 15, 2013, 12:38:35 PM »
I think Prescott would be much better than anywhere in . You might also consider hunting the NE for whitetails.

Is Prescott posted city? I thought I heard it is pretty hard to get permission, so don't waste points in that GMU. I could be wrong thou...

There is a lot of private ground. The feel free to hunt ground gets hunted to death and there is little to no chance of getting a quality buck out of those areas. There are tons of people driving the roads and When you are around Feel Free to hunt it is a real zoo. If you don't have permission to hunt private then don't bother. :twocents:
OT: Its funny to that some that hunt in Prescott don't realize the a fence is a property line. I have ran in to a couple people out hunting that were three properties from feel free to hunt and they said they didn't know but they had to cross three fences to get to where I was hunting.  :bash:  :bash:  :bash:  :mor:

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Re: Multi Season Deer Permit
« Reply #31 on: May 15, 2013, 01:09:17 PM »
Well, fences aren't necessarily property lines. Although it is a good clue that maybe you need to consult your GPS and/or your map to verify you are where you think you are.


 

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