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Fishing / Re: MA 10
« Last post by WAcoueshunter on Today at 10:00:56 PM »
This got me looking back at last years photos, check out the belly from this MA10 coho. Those are not herring!
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by SpicyTacos on Today at 09:51:59 PM »
Great job! Congrats.  :tup:
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by SWHUNTER on Today at 09:47:47 PM »
Not too exciting of a story for this guy! Got out at first light with my buddy, we set up on a unit where we deer hunt a lot, he had seen a bear there a couple weeks earlier and also had one in there last July. At first light we ended up being socked in so we bumped around to some other spots to check for deer and maybe a bear. After a while of that we headed to see if the dog had burned off which it had. We set up and glassed for a couple hours and only turned up deer. We bailed out again to go set some cameras up in a spot that wed been seeing lots of bucks in for a break from glassing. When we got back after setting the camera we hit the glass again, after scanning for a bit I looked down and shot my wife a text. Just as I set the phone down I looked up and saw a big black blob where there wasnt one before. Hit him with the glass and confirmed it was a bear. Got on the gun and just as he was about to hit a leave strip of timber he paused and I put one in the neck at 400 and rolled him. He rolled out of sight so we gave it a few minutes, reviewed footage and then headed down to look for him. My buddy found him right as we broke down off the ridge and then we got to work! Awesome day! Hes a dandy, very happy with him.

Congrats!!
Keep at it and shoot some more. Plenty to be had!
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by tgomez on Today at 09:42:27 PM »
Congratulations on your first bear.
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by Buck Rub Jr on Today at 09:40:03 PM »
Pretty coat on him. Thanks all.
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by HUNTINCOUPLE on Today at 09:32:46 PM »
Congrats!! :tup:
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Deer Hunting / Re: Town Buck
« Last post by HUNTINCOUPLE on Today at 09:28:16 PM »
Huge!!! :sry:
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Bear Hunting / Re: 2021 Bears
« Last post by Buck Rub Jr on Today at 09:27:37 PM »
Not too exciting of a story for this guy! Got out at first light with my buddy, we set up on a unit where we deer hunt a lot, he had seen a bear there a couple weeks earlier and also had one in there last July. At first light we ended up being socked in so we bumped around to some other spots to check for deer and maybe a bear. After a while of that we headed to see if the dog had burned off which it had. We set up and glassed for a couple hours and only turned up deer. We bailed out again to go set some cameras up in a spot that wed been seeing lots of bucks in for a break from glassing. When we got back after setting the camera we hit the glass again, after scanning for a bit I looked down and shot my wife a text. Just as I set the phone down I looked up and saw a big black blob where there wasnt one before. Hit him with the glass and confirmed it was a bear. Got on the gun and just as he was about to hit a leave strip of timber he paused and I put one in the neck at 400 and rolled him. He rolled out of sight so we gave it a few minutes, reviewed footage and then headed down to look for him. My buddy found him right as we broke down off the ridge and then we got to work! Awesome day! Hes a dandy, very happy with him.
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Trapping / Re: I need your wild game recipes for wsta cook book
« Last post by Humptulips on Today at 09:25:39 PM »
Maybe not the place but I am going to tell the story anyway. Wild food related.
My Dad grew up on the Chehalis Indian Reservation. The next door neighbors had a boy Dads age and they were friends. My Dad would bring a lunch to school , usually sandwiches. His friend lunch usually consisted of smoked salmon and smoked Indian onions. They often would share or trade lunches. Dad said the onions were better then fresh. I'm not sure that is an endorsement as Indian onions are not great IMO. Kind the texture of an onion with the taste of mineral oil. The smoked fish was according to my Dad hard as a boot sole and kind of turpentiny. His friends mother (Lucy I think)smoked them with fir boughs. Out on the prairie that was bout all that was easy to obtain. The men caught the fish and it was up to Lucy to take care of them so she did her best.
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Fishing / Re: MA 10
« Last post by WAcoueshunter on Today at 09:23:47 PM »
The bait is a lot bigger this year. Have been doing well with larger spoons and plugs for the kings. Standard ace high has been the ticket for the silvers.

 :yeah:  All the herring Ive found in their bellies is big.
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