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Offline sjackson1189

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GMU 460 Snoqualmie tree farm
« on: July 14, 2016, 10:22:27 PM »
First year i pulled the trigger on a rec pass to the campbell global tree farm in Snoqualmie with the hopes of tagging an archery black tail and elk.

I've always been a big proponent of  putting in ample scouting time in any area I hunt. I'm up to about 12 days worth from weekends and evenings after work so far and have found some signs of black tails from glassing and game cameras but have been striking out on the elk. I've done a pretty good job at scouring the eastside of the Rec access gates and have been working through the westside ones recently.

I don't need specifics on where but just an inkling that folks have seen some signs of elk recently otherwise I might start looking elsewhere on the west side to attempt to fill my tag.

Feel free to respond or pm me if you have any advice.

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Seth

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Re: GMU 460 Snoqualmie tree farm
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2017, 04:41:00 PM »
Did you end up tagging out on anything?

 

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