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Offline oldhuntere

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Kitsap Hunter's Meeting
« on: March 14, 2018, 06:29:47 PM »
Hi Guy's:
You all know who you are. It has been a long time since we have gotten together or even had any postings on the forum. Is't time we try for another meeting? Our little group on hunters here in the Kitsap area were going good and then hunting season came and went and we never got back together to swap lies or how our season went. We all disappeared, now that spring is around the corner let's try for another meeting. Get in touch with me and let's see if we can make a plan to meet up some evening and where. Hope we get this group back up and running. We can use new hunters to join us and have some fun and all of your stories and adventures in the woods.
Thanks fellow hunters;
Terry ( oldhuntere )
WE WILL BE MEETING APRIL 7th AT 6 P.M. IN SILVERDALE AT THE SILVER CITY BREWERY--SEE YOU THERE!!!!!

Offline Pac_NW

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Re: Kitsap Hunter's Meeting
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2018, 02:22:41 PM »
oldhuntere, I'm moving to Bremerton in the fall, and have been looking over WDFW's GoHunt. Is the waterfowl areas really as limited as it seems?

I feel like I would have to drive to the Nisqually, Chehalis, or coast. Hopefully I'm wrong, but is the Union public area any good? I'm from Bellingham, and have been spoiled the past few years being able to get off work, and walk out to my local fields for a few hours.

 

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