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Offline Cascade Drifter

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Wildlife in the Cascades
« on: July 09, 2009, 11:17:00 PM »
Today I had 3 bucks...2 5x5's and a fork horn walk by me at 25 yds.Unreal how big these racks were and there is still 2 months to grow.Several bears have been browsing on the alfalfa in the fields here, but pictures on the digital didn't look so good as they were too far off.All of this action has taken place at mid day...noon to 1pm.GR
Hickman "Critter Gitter,Lee Thunderbolt.

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Re: Wildlife in the Cascades
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2009, 10:14:00 AM »
I love observing critters.

George, it sounds like you need to invest in one of those trail cameras so you can post some close-ups of these big boys.
Lon Scott

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Re: Wildlife in the Cascades
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2009, 10:07:00 PM »
This year has been unreal Lon.Fawns everywhere.Bear and deer at mid day like they own the place.Now, if they will hang out till Dec 1-8th, I'llbe tickled.A trail cam would be the ticket, and no problems with it getting stolen here.Just lack of 500 bucks to blow on a good one.G
Hickman "Critter Gitter,Lee Thunderbolt.

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