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What species will you be hunting this year?

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Hummer, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. Hummer

    Hummer Big Member

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    Have you applied for any limited license drawings? Anybody planning to hunt out of state?


    I'll be hunting Colorado elk, mule deer, black bear and maybe pronghorn and moose.

    Anybody from out of state planning to hunt in Colorado?
     
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  2. Archer-one

    Archer-one

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    I hunt during the archery seasons and will be hunting: Turkey, Elk, Bear and Deer. I've already hunted hogs in Texas, but I don't think I'll get to be hunting out of state anymore this year.

    Good luck with your season, I would love to hunt Elk in CO!
    If you manage to fill your tags, make sure you post about it. :)
     

  3. noway

    noway

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    I'm hunting central texas this november and plan on doing 2 more out of state hunts. Axis and Lopes.

    Other species I plan on hunting deer, hog and maybe turkey
     
  4. vafish

    vafish

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    I'll just be staying in VA this year most likely.
     
  5. The AmBASSaDEER

    The AmBASSaDEER

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    Ga: Deer, turkey, rabbit, squirrel
     
  6. n0vember

    n0vember germanolicious

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    i'll be hunting roedeer, boar, fallow deer, hare, mallard, partridge, pheasant, fox, badger, raccoon dog, canada- greylag and egyptian goose and of course crows and wood pidgeons.