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Re: Pogue Quality Deer
« Reply #15 on: July 06, 2023, 09:39:26 PM »
I also drew Pogue Quality Buck. I've been hunting this unit for 20 years. I go up for the whole rifle season every year and do a traditional wall tent style hunting camp with friends and family. I have well over 1000 miles, maybe 2000, miles on foot in this unit. Of you have any questions feel free to ask. But guides in the area Okanagan Valley Outfitters and Tanglewood guides are the 2 I've seen around.

 1k-2k miles on foot in Pogue, and youíre from Elma?

If you have hunted the unit for 20 years, spend the whole season, and do some scouting very doable. Especially for someone who get dirt on his boots and that amount of time.
Maturity is when you have the power to destroy someone who did you wrong but instead you breathe, walk away, and let life take care of them.

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Re: Pogue Quality Deer
« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2023, 12:03:36 AM »
I also drew Pogue Quality Buck. I've been hunting this unit for 20 years. I go up for the whole rifle season every year and do a traditional wall tent style hunting camp with friends and family. I have well over 1000 miles, maybe 2000, miles on foot in this unit. Of you have any questions feel free to ask. But guides in the area Okanagan Valley Outfitters and Tanglewood guides are the 2 I've seen around.

 1k-2k miles on foot in Pogue, and youíre from Elma?

If you have hunted the unit for 20 years, spend the whole season, and do some scouting very doable. Especially for someone who get dirt on his boots and that amount of time.

 50+ years! ;)
The things that come to those who wait, may be the things left by those who got there first!

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Re: Pogue Quality Deer
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2023, 03:58:06 PM »
I also drew Pogue Quality Buck. I've been hunting this unit for 20 years. I go up for the whole rifle season every year and do a traditional wall tent style hunting camp with friends and family. I have well over 1000 miles, maybe 2000, miles on foot in this unit. Of you have any questions feel free to ask. But guides in the area Okanagan Valley Outfitters and Tanglewood guides are the 2 I've seen around.

 1k-2k miles on foot in Pogue, and youíre from Elma?

If you have hunted the unit for 20 years, spend the whole season, and do some scouting very doable. Especially for someone who get dirt on his boots and that amount of time.

 50+ years! ;)
Yep, I believe that.👍

Hell, itís probably more!

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Re: Pogue Quality Deer
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2023, 10:07:34 PM »
I also drew Pogue Quality Buck. I've been hunting this unit for 20 years. I go up for the whole rifle season every year and do a traditional wall tent style hunting camp with friends and family. I have well over 1000 miles, maybe 2000, miles on foot in this unit. Of you have any questions feel free to ask. But guides in the area Okanagan Valley Outfitters and Tanglewood guides are the 2 I've seen around.

 1k-2k miles on foot in Pogue, and youíre from Elma?

If you have hunted the unit for 20 years, spend the whole season, and do some scouting very doable. Especially for someone who get dirt on his boots and that amount of time.

 50+ years! ;)
Yep, I believe that.👍

Hell, itís probably more!

 Is that an old joke? >:(  :chuckle:
The things that come to those who wait, may be the things left by those who got there first!

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Re: Pogue Quality Deer
« Reply #19 on: July 08, 2023, 02:32:19 PM »
I also drew Pogue Quality Buck. I've been hunting this unit for 20 years. I go up for the whole rifle season every year and do a traditional wall tent style hunting camp with friends and family. I have well over 1000 miles, maybe 2000, miles on foot in this unit. Of you have any questions feel free to ask. But guides in the area Okanagan Valley Outfitters and Tanglewood guides are the 2 I've seen around.

 1k-2k miles on foot in Pogue, and youíre from Elma?

If you have hunted the unit for 20 years, spend the whole season, and do some scouting very doable. Especially for someone who get dirt on his boots and that amount of time.

 50+ years! ;)
Yep, I believe that.👍

Hell, itís probably more!

 Is that an old joke? >:(  :chuckle:
🤣🤣. Naw, maybe you forgot a year or two, hell I canít even keep my decades straight anymore.🤣👍

 


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