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Author Topic: Update: Birds, fishing x bowhunting blacktails on the Olympic peninsula GMU 621  (Read 5381 times)

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I want to go fishing, crabbing, bird hunting and I can set one, maybe two people up for easy bow hunting on private property.

GMU 621 and bows only.

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Easy bow hunting?  Must mean front loader accessible!!!!

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Easy bow hunting?  Must mean front loader accessible!!!!

I retrieved the first one I shot here with my riding lawnmower and a cart. I do have a JD cable skidder with a 100 feet of 9/16th wire rope on the spool that can fetch anything from the furthest corner of the property.

Oh and there's free WIFI!

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I would take whatever I can get for blacktail coming up.


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As long as its legal
The only man who never makes a mistake, is the man who never does anything!!
The further one goes into the wilderness, the greater the attraction of its lonely freedom.

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As long as its legal

My neighbor would get very pissy if someone dropped one of his prize goats. 

But, last time I checked, any deer is legal in this GMU, including Bambi, with a bow.

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There are probably a half dozen or so wintering fairly close.

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Iím a novice and would like the opportunity, if itís okay. Let me know!


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Definitely ping me later. 

My dog is getting tired of chasing them, only wants tennis balls now.  :dunno:

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I'm still here at my desk in my shop; watching a 4 pointer and some of his buddies frolic in the neighbor's pasture. They're lasering at about 125 yards...

He hurt an apple sapling of mine the other day, hurt it bad. Even with a wire protector.

Mister Happy needs to go.

They are here when they are here and if you're from around here (here being the central NOP) and new to the game of archering a deer,  let me know.

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Im new to Wa, been shooting my bow for about 2 years now but no successes. I would love to take advantage of this if this is still available for early/late archery season. I am in yelm and very eager to learn and travel as much as I can. Thank you!
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Mr. Happy is now a 6 pointer.

I'll keep the offer open another year to someone local to the NOP and is a kid or perhaps a newbie who's never archered one of those flea-bitten cloven-hooved rats.

This is not really a trade per se anymore. I'm just offering up an easy one for a local new to the game.



I'm still here at my desk in my shop; watching a 4 pointer and some of his buddies frolic in the neighbor's pasture. They're lasering at about 125 yards...

He hurt an apple sapling of mine the other day, hurt it bad. Even with a wire protector.

Mister Happy needs to go.

They are here when they are here and if you're from around here (here being the central NOP) and new to the game of archering a deer,  let me know.

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I want to go fishing, crabbing, bird hunting and I can set one, maybe two people up for easy bow hunting on private property.

GMU 621 and bows only.

I'll resurrect this old thread. There are about a dozen resident deer around and they need thinning.

To be specific, this is for someone living on the north Olympic Peninsula, Sequim or PA, and new to the game.

Archery only, too many houses around to be shooting guns.

The hunt is small so driving very far for it wouldn't make any sense.


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Archery opens today and Bambi's mom is legal so she could be one hot momma you'd like to field dress. Let me show you how!


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I want to go fishing, crabbing, bird hunting and I can set one, maybe two people up for easy bow hunting on private property.

GMU 621 and bows only.

I'll resurrect this old thread. There are about a dozen resident deer around and they need thinning.

To be specific, this is for someone living on the north Olympic Peninsula, Sequim or PA, and new to the game.

Archery only, too many houses around to be shooting guns.

The hunt is small so driving very far for it wouldn't make any sense.

 Hey there!! My name is Brett Iím 31. I have 2 kids and I live in
Anacortes. I usally go to the east side and hunt with my grandpa and uncle via rifle. Already have my modern firearm tag. I was curious though if this is something you let happen every year ?

 I have a bow and have always wanted to bow hunt . I Was wondering if I started practicing with it and got ready to hunt with it for next year, if you would be willing to take me out?

 I donít have any property as I rent in a heavy community area so I have nothing to trade in that sense . But I would gladly give some cash so you can put it torwards crabbing , fishing, or whatever you wanted.

 


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