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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #45 on: June 13, 2018, 12:02:20 PM »
I re-educated myself and what I thought was 270 is now only 170 sorry about that.
When you see a 270 bull in the 506..
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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #46 on: June 13, 2018, 12:07:05 PM »
Yes I have been in the Fossil Creek area and habe paid the $435 fee. I'm just wondering what other people think of the Fossil Creek area.
 Also please tell me about this $350 warehouser permit you have to buy that is sold out please
What do u all think of the $435 permit fossel creek gate key  sells in 506?
A $350 Weyerhaeuser access permit is required, but they're sold out.

You've been in Fossil Creek before.  You asked the same question a few years ago, and got a lot of good info from that post.  I never did get a response to my PM after helping either.  Just sayin'.

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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #47 on: June 13, 2018, 01:32:27 PM »
What i thought was 270 is more like 170...sorry for the unintentional false info.
I took a few on OL test and now i learned i was was off.  Sorry.
When you see a 270 bull in the 506..
LMAO!!!
No worries. That's how you learn 👍

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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #48 on: June 13, 2018, 04:20:42 PM »
$435?
You could hunt out of state for a few $ more.
You could have a quality hunt and not deal with hoof rot.
I am done with SW Washington.
Try it 1 year and you will never look back.
I Quit hunting south west five years ago.
I have been hunting several different States for 20 years. I just spend more time out of state now.
Not sure it will return to what it was or even close in my lifetime.
Very sad.



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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #49 on: June 13, 2018, 07:36:32 PM »
$435?
You could hunt out of state for a few $ more.
You could have a quality hunt and not deal with hoof rot.
I am done with SW Washington.
Try it 1 year and you will never look back.
I Quit hunting south west five years ago.
I have been hunting several different States for 20 years. I just spend more time out of state now.
Not sure it will return to what it was or even close in my lifetime.
Very sad.

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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #50 on: June 13, 2018, 09:52:33 PM »
Gonna have to agree with everyone else. I hunt there now and always have since I started hunting in 2007, but if I was in the situation where I could afford the time to get out of state I would. At this point I cant even say it's about the money since it's not much more to hunt out of state than in Washington. Getting driven closer and closer to the decision every year though.

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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #51 on: June 14, 2018, 12:28:03 AM »
$435?
You could hunt out of state for a few $ more.
You could have a quality hunt and not deal with hoof rot.
I am done with SW Washington.
Try it 1 year and you will never look back.
I Quit hunting south west five years ago.
I have been hunting several different States for 20 years. I just spend more time out of state now.
Not sure it will return to what it was or even close in my lifetime.
Very sad.
Hopefully more people think like you and keep leaving all the elk for people like me🤷🏻‍♂️


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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #52 on: June 17, 2018, 02:17:38 AM »
Sorry if I offended you please refresh my memory
Yes I have been in the Fossil Creek area and habe paid the $435 fee. I'm just wondering what other people think of the Fossil Creek area.
 Also please tell me about this $350 warehouser permit you have to buy that is sold out please
What do u all think of the $435 permit fossel creek gate key  sells in 506?
A $350 Weyerhaeuser access permit is required, but they're sold out.

You've been in Fossil Creek before.  You asked the same question a few years ago, and got a lot of good info from that post.  I never did get a response to my PM after helping either.  Just sayin'.

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Re: GMU 506 Willapa Hills
« Reply #53 on: June 17, 2018, 02:20:22 AM »
I like it.
What do u all think of the $435 permit fossel creek gate key  sells in 506?
A $350 Weyerhaeuser access permit is required, but they're sold out.

You've been in Fossil Creek before.  You asked the same question a few years ago, and got a lot of good info from that post.  I never did get a response to my PM after helping either.  Just sayin'.

 

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