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Fishing / Re: Yearly mighty Columbia asault !!
« Last post by Rainier10 on Today at 07:15:52 AM »
Love your insight Cryder.  Great way to start the day.  Thank you.
Trapping / WDFW WCO contact info?
« Last post by Loup Loup on Today at 06:57:57 AM »
I have been leaving voicemails and e-mails with WDFW in Olympia for three weeks with no response.
I am trying to ask questions of someone in charge/in the know of the WCO program.
Do any of you have a name and numbers, adderess of some one in the WCO program in Olympia?
Thanking you in advance.
Deer Hunting / Re: Cold weather gear
« Last post by trophyhunt on Today at 06:55:49 AM »
merino wool base layer. Wool Pants.  Fleece top.   Puffy jacket when needed.    Rain Gear cover ( Kuiu Chugach).    Bulletproof.
:yeah:  layers, layers, layers, best way to go.  Puffy is a must!  I bought the puffy pant from kuiu this year and used them to sleep in, amaze balls!!  And if it was real cold out, I think those pants will be great!
Fishing / Re: Yearly mighty Columbia asault !!
« Last post by Widgeondeke on Today at 06:53:08 AM »
Great update Cryder

Totally agree that every day is a gift. When people ask how I feel today: its a good day, I am out of bed and upright  :tup:
Advocacy, Agencies, Access / Re: Wdfw survey
« Last post by nwwanderer on Today at 06:31:56 AM »
Apologize for getting off subject, any buck take restriction would improve ratios as APRs have, but a plan that would let bucks mature, not killing those high potential youngsters, would help with many herd problems.
Deer Hunting / Re: Cold weather gear
« Last post by riflehunter on Today at 06:30:20 AM »
Plan on hiking to a glassing point spending time on glass then moving to a new location if need be so mostly stationary
Price drop Kenetrek boots $275
Fishing / Re: Summer Salmon
« Last post by bear on Today at 05:51:26 AM »
Fished Saturday in Brewster in the morning lost 1 at the net. Then went below wells and anchored off a point and landed a nice wild one. Hoping this water flow slows down this week!
I've heard of brewster pool but never fished it, is it crazy crowded? I take it you have to let natives go? 

When I think of crowed, I think of blue creek, mineral trout opener back in the day and lake washington sockeye. The pool will have itís fair share of boats but I wouldnít call it crowed. Iíve never gotten tangled with another angler. Good weather and usually good fishing! We make it over a few times a year camping, fishing in the morning and wake surfing in the evening, doesnít get much better! Weíve had good success with Leo flashers and brads spin baits.

Seen a few hundred boats there at times.  Be prepared to grab poles out of pole holders so they donít hit the boat next to you.  It gets that crowded
Advocacy, Agencies, Access / Re: Wdfw survey
« Last post by huntnnw on Today at 02:01:33 AM »
I saw some numbers a while back on hunters who hunt deer and elk and how many actually hunt predators it was extremely low. Yet they are the ones screaming and yelling about fixing predator issues or why dont they do something about our herds.
Weapons & Ammo Classifieds / Re: WTS Marlin SBL 45-70
« Last post by bankwalker on Today at 12:16:12 AM »
Dang that is a sweet setup!!
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