wa hunting okanogan

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by bryon huff, Oct 4, 2005.

  1. bryon huff

    bryon huff Well-Known Member

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    I see nice buck everyday now that it cooled off bears are moving to at lest on my land no people but I seen 4 bucks sunday in the nat forest when cuting wood geting cold we had it down in the 20s last week deer moving all day
     
  2. bryon huff

    bryon huff Well-Known Member

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    pcwerk Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Hi Bryon,
    What National Forest are you talking about? We were thinking of moving
    up to your neck of the woods, but we want to farm and it seems (on our
    superficial search) that you don't get a whole lot of rain up there. How
    long have you lived there? Are the winters very severe? Just curious.

    james in houston
     
  4. bryon huff

    bryon huff Well-Known Member

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    most is dry farming or down by the river its ok lots of ranchers cows winters are cold but not to much snow but you nevr know I live at 3800 ft so I dont grow much its geting cold time to go hunting tonasket nat forest
     
  5. mrglock27

    mrglock27 Well-Known Member

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    hey bryon, a guy who lives by my friends property up the hill from molson was driving down a dirt road and saw a cougar on top of a deer biting its antler off, but it hadn't killed the deer yet. His truck scared the cougar away. Well about a week later he saw the one antlerd deer again walking around. I just thought I'd share that interesting story with everyone.
     
  6. bryon huff

    bryon huff Well-Known Member

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    I shot one last year he killed my dog ten yards from my trailer and I seen one night when we had the burnt bread fire this year