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Postby greg jacobs » Mon Aug 29, 2016 10:06 pm

What hunting do you have near your home. Central Washington doesn't have large numbers of anything but has enough if you're willing to put in the effort.
This is within a couple hours


1. Pheasant
2. Quail
3. Huns
4. Chukar
5. Dove
6. Grouse
7. Turkey
8. Ducks
9. Geese
10. Snipe
11. Deer
12. Elk
13. Bear
14. Cougar
15. Big horn sheep (world record)
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Re: Diversity

Postby Max2 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 4:44 am

I can walk out my front door or back door for that matter and hunt any specie that is hunt-able in NY. Yes I am bragging :D :D
But it is true. :D
Nothing better then living where you hunt & fish
The state stocks Pheasant's within 15 min's of my house. I typically don't bother the Phez until after the deer season in late Dec. I like to give the local folks who have always looked forward to hunting them the first crack at them. I love the w/c & grouse. Max feels the same way. Max does give me the look when a phez gets up early season and I don't shoot. The look he gives me is one of " I just gave you a meatball what are you doing? " :D
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Re: Diversity

Postby fishvik » Tue Aug 30, 2016 5:30 pm

Greg, SE Idaho has most of yours, plus sharptail and sage grouse, a short drive and you have them all plus moose, wolves and mountain goats.
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Re: Diversity

Postby greg jacobs » Tue Aug 30, 2016 9:01 pm

Really need to spend some time in Idaho.
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Re: Diversity

Postby DBsetter » Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:49 pm

As far as upland bird hunting goes here in NC the heyday of gentlemen Bob is long gone. Coveys of quail are few and far between, almost none. Would love to see the days I grew up hearing about from my grandfather. Still can find some woodcock and snipe the right time of year. Definitely not a shortage of deer, dove, rabbits, and any predator that eats an quail.
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Re: Diversity

Postby tailcracken pointer » Wed Aug 30, 2017 8:07 pm

quail, pheasant , prarie chicken if lucky
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Re: Diversity

Postby IANative » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:04 am

SE Iowa has phez, quail, dove, waterfowl, Eastern turkey, whitetail deer, small game (squirrel, rabbit, etc.) and a multitude of fur-bearers for those who like to trap.
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Re: Diversity

Postby SHaRPS » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:20 pm

RI

Pheasant
Chukar
Hungarian Partridge
Woodcock
Snipe
Rails
Turkey
Doves
Rock Doves
Red and Grey Squirrel
Cotton Tails
Crows
Canada Goose
Snow and Blue Goose
Ducks and Sea Ducks
Mergansers
Coots
Brant
Quail
Raccoon
Red and Grey Fox
Deer
Coyote
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Re: Diversity

Postby blanked » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:49 pm

Uuuuuh........ SHaRPs
You sure about chukar and Huns in your neck of the woods?
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Re: Diversity

Postby SHaRPS » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:08 am

Yep. Stocked, but we do get to hunt them. Pheasant, Chukar, Huns and quail are all stocked. 3 hours north we have grouse, snowshoe, black bear and moose as well.
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Postby careyrob » Sat Sep 02, 2017 6:24 am

SHaRPS wrote:RI

Pheasant
Chukar
Hungarian Partridge
Woodcock
Snipe
Rails
Turkey
Doves
Rock Doves
Red and Grey Squirrel
Cotton Tails
Crows
Canada Goose
Snow and Blue Goose
Ducks and Sea Ducks
Mergansers
Coots
Brant
Quail
Raccoon
Red and Grey Fox
Deer
Coyote
You can hunt dove in RI?!

I've moved from ND to Washington and then to Massachusetts this summer. I was all excited about dove opener until I found that there is no dove season here. :mad:

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