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Author Topic: Norway Pass, Muzzleloader  (Read 2028 times)

Offline hunterednate

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Re: Norway Pass, Muzzleloader
« Reply #15 on: June 23, 2024, 01:45:34 PM »
Congrats on drawing an awesome tag.

I had the bull tag in 2019. NP becomes a part of you after you experience it in a way that has been rivaled by only Hellís Canyon, in my experiences.

When I have some free time Iíll send you a PM with what I learned in my time there and on a couple hikes in there since.

In the meantime, start getting in shape, buy a good backpacking tent and trekking poles if you donít have them and work on stretching your muzzleloader range out to a couple hundred yards if you can/havenít already.

When I drew it, I didnít have a sense for what an amazing hunt it is.

x2 to all of this. Dark2Dark knows his stuff! I had the Margaret goat tag the same year he was hunting elk in there. You will earn every ounce of that bull and come to love the unit...whether you tag out or not. Excited to follow along on this.

PS saw plenty of elk during my goat hunt, but never a bull larger than a 5 point. Some big 5's in there though. And very vocal.

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Re: Norway Pass, Muzzleloader
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2024, 04:02:12 PM »
Congrats! That hunt is, imo, the best outdoor, high country experience you will ever experience in WA State. I had the archery bull tag in there last year. PM me for specifics. There is a HUGE bull in there in a hard to reach spot... I could never get the wind right but I'd love to see photos of him on your back.

 


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