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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #25 on: July 15, 2017, 01:56:31 PM »
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Nice bear. Maybe you know, but you still can't salvage bears. Only deer and elk per the new salvage laws.
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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #26 on: July 17, 2017, 08:35:48 AM »
I am a numbers geek so these kind of stats are always fun to look at for me.  I wish they would have broken down the doe/cow and buck/bull categories into seperate categories and the antler point section as well.

"BY SEX

833 does and cows, and 691 bucks and bulls.

43 were marked down as unknown sex.

BY ANTLER POINTS

230 spikes
141 two-points
81 three-points
59 four-points
32 five-points
17 six-points
4 seven-points.

A bull elk reported by an Auburn resident was written up as having 25 points."

25 point bull elk.  :yike:
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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #27 on: July 17, 2017, 09:05:39 AM »
I am a numbers geek so these kind of stats are always fun to look at for me.  I wish they would have broken down the doe/cow and buck/bull categories into seperate categories and the antler point section as well.

"BY SEX

833 does and cows, and 691 bucks and bulls.

43 were marked down as unknown sex.

BY ANTLER POINTS

230 spikes
141 two-points
81 three-points
59 four-points
32 five-points
17 six-points
4 seven-points.

A bull elk reported by an Auburn resident was written up as having 25 points."

25 point bull elk.  :yike:


I wish the antler point was broken out by species...
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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #28 on: July 17, 2017, 09:24:44 AM »
I am a numbers geek so these kind of stats are always fun to look at for me.  I wish they would have broken down the doe/cow and buck/bull categories into seperate categories and the antler point section as well.

"BY SEX

833 does and cows, and 691 bucks and bulls.

43 were marked down as unknown sex.

BY ANTLER POINTS

230 spikes
141 two-points
81 three-points
59 four-points
32 five-points
17 six-points
4 seven-points.

A bull elk reported by an Auburn resident was written up as having 25 points."

25 point bull elk.  :yike:
I think it was a Hunt WA member and he got confused. He meant to post in the "most points without a draw" thread.
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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #29 on: July 17, 2017, 09:45:36 AM »
 :yeah: :chuckle:

That makes since

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Re: Salvaging Roadkill - updates?
« Reply #30 on: July 17, 2017, 09:53:21 AM »
I am a numbers geek so these kind of stats are always fun to look at for me.  I wish they would have broken down the doe/cow and buck/bull categories into seperate categories and the antler point section as well.

"BY SEX

833 does and cows, and 691 bucks and bulls.

43 were marked down as unknown sex.

BY ANTLER POINTS

230 spikes
141 two-points
81 three-points
59 four-points
32 five-points
17 six-points
4 seven-points.

A bull elk reported by an Auburn resident was written up as having 25 points."

25 point bull elk.  :yike:


I wish the antler point was broken out by species...
My guess is that information is actually available through a "request for information" through the WDFW if someone wanted to make the request.  I have done it for other stuff before but just don't have time right now to make the request.
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I didn't say it would be easy, I said it would be worth it.

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