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#1043655 - 12/13/20 03:14 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: elparquito]
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ExtenZe Field Tester

Registered: 11/10/09
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Loc: Vancouver, WA
Originally Posted By: elparquito
Deal

$1,500 cash for the Kimber and it is yours....or Nickís.



Kimber is an Orygun outfit.
Clackamas, Orygun originally.
I'd do a .50 on the dollar deal just to get the damn thing out of my house.

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#1043664 - 12/13/20 06:34 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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This part of this thread goes right over my head. The only hunting rifle I have ever used was a carbine really, Winchester lever action 30-30. No scope. Have never hunted with a scope. Never used a scope until I bought a new pellet rifle a couple years ago. Nice for my eyes that are no longer 20:20.


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#1043676 - 12/13/20 10:17 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Salmo g.]
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Registered: 11/10/09
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Loc: Vancouver, WA
Shooting with iron sights is good clean fun and all shooters should be proficient with them.
Wait 'til you try a red dot on a pistol.
It's like cheating.
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#1043730 - 12/14/20 12:12 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Direct-Drive]
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Loc: Margaritaville
Originally Posted By: Direct-Drive
I'd do a .50 on the dollar deal just to get the damn thing out of my house.


Right. $3,000 cash.

Deal!
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#1043741 - 12/14/20 12:50 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: WDFW X 1 = 0]
elparquito Offline
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Registered: 02/09/00
Posts: 14333
Loc: Margaritaville
Originally Posted By: WDFW X 1 = 0
DD get some of Bart's machined mounts...?


I had a pair of his finest on a .300 Win Mag Browing A--Bort. Truly some amazing works of art.

BB is one of the finest/nicest folks on this board!
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#1043746 - 12/14/20 12:56 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: elparquito]
Todd Offline
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Registered: 03/08/99
Posts: 27229
Loc: Seattle, Washington USA
Originally Posted By: elparquito


BB is one of the finest/nicest folks on this board!



+1

Fish on...

Todd

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#1043847 - 12/14/20 05:13 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: elparquito]
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Originally Posted By: elparquito
Originally Posted By: Direct-Drive
I'd do a .50 on the dollar deal just to get the damn thing out of my house.


Right. $3,000 cash.

Deal!

Not Huskies math.
I was thinking regular math.

smile
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#1043851 - 12/14/20 05:28 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Direct-Drive]
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Registered: 10/26/10
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Loc: Snohomish, WA
I vote for regular math too.
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#1043881 - 12/14/20 09:53 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Did someone say meth?

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#1043985 - 12/16/20 08:07 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Registered: 11/08/06
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Loc: T-Town
Well who else blew it and ate their tag? No deer for me this year. Didnít see a good buck all season... only on cam.

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#1043998 - 12/17/20 07:24 AM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Registered: 11/07/99
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Loc: Rainier
Never knew you'd started chasing warm blooded stuff around Matt, guess it's been way too damned long since we've talked. I took my first whitetail this year, a little 3 point. Usually chase blacktails out toward the coast, but got invited out to a public land deer camp north of Spokane with some extended family this year and got to try something new.

Definitely got a crash course on whitetail behavior, and learned that my slow creeping through the woods doesn't work so well. I was used to blacktails that run 20 feet and stop to look back; these things just run like hell for the next county. After busting 3 my first day (1 of which a family member that was posted up in the meadow below me shot), I decided that the next day I would find a place and just stay put as long as I could stand. I actually found an old ground blind that someone had built out of logs years back, and assumed that it was there for a good reason. After only about 20 minutes of waiting, a buck come through and stuck his neck out a little too far, and the rest was history.

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#1044033 - 12/17/20 02:15 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Streamer]
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Originally Posted By: Streamer
Well who else blew it and ate their tag? No deer for me this year. Didnít see a good buck all season... only on cam.



Could have shot a smaller 15-16" 3pt in Washtukna first weekend but opted for a bigger buck, just tag soup for me now!

Keith
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#1044068 - 12/17/20 06:13 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Chum Man]
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Registered: 11/08/06
Posts: 1728
Loc: T-Town
Originally Posted By: Chum Man
Never knew you'd started chasing warm blooded stuff around Matt, guess it's been way too damned long since we've talked. I took my first whitetail this year, a little 3 point. Usually chase blacktails out toward the coast, but got invited out to a public land deer camp north of Spokane with some extended family this year and got to try something new.

Definitely got a crash course on whitetail behavior, and learned that my slow creeping through the woods doesn't work so well. I was used to blacktails that run 20 feet and stop to look back; these things just run like hell for the next county. After busting 3 my first day (1 of which a family member that was posted up in the meadow below me shot), I decided that the next day I would find a place and just stay put as long as I could stand. I actually found an old ground blind that someone had built out of logs years back, and assumed that it was there for a good reason. After only about 20 minutes of waiting, a buck come through and stuck his neck out a little too far, and the rest was history.


Hey Kyle... it has been a while. Congrats on getting a buck!

Iíve only been deer hunting the last few years really. Been expanding things a bit beyond the bird hunting Iíve grown up with. Iíve had plenty of opportunities for tagging a doe, just no masher King Kong bucks yet. Itís been fun learning about deer and Iím confident with the skills Iíve developed so far. Itís only a matter of time for me now. Iíve learned quite a bit about blacktail but I may have to head East and pop the cherry with a whitetail.

Thankfully it was a pretty solid year chinook fishing for me... so at least the freezer is stocked with plenty of fish.

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#1044081 - 12/17/20 09:05 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Loc: Snohomish, WA
Well...who's got bows?

The season isn't over yet and I may just happen to have a place.... thumbs
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#1044090 - 12/17/20 09:59 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Registered: 11/08/06
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Loc: T-Town
Iíve never shot a bow before. One step at a time for me.

It would be like going from steelhead fishing barrier dam in the winter time then being handed a spey rod and ascot to fish a new river on the coast... except that you still havenít actually caught a fish with traditional means... yet.

Good luck, Nick. Iím checking every day hoping to see pics of a massive King Kong in your hands.

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#1044092 - 12/17/20 10:11 PM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: Streamer]
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Registered: 10/26/10
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Loc: Snohomish, WA
Originally Posted By: Streamer
Iíve never shot a bow before. One step at a time for me.

It would be like going from steelhead fishing barrier dam in the winter time then being handed a spey rod and ascot to fish a new river on the coast... except that you still havenít actually caught a fish with traditional means... yet.

Good luck, Nick. Iím checking every day hoping to see pics of a massive King Kong in your hands.


I doubt I'll be able to get out again this year, but we'll see. Got any recipes for tag soup?

I passed on several bucks young to very old, looking for the right one. I don't have anyone to blame except myself and my doe will eat good this winter.

Look us up next year eh! thumbs
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#1044181 - 12/19/20 03:28 AM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Registered: 03/08/99
Posts: 1781
Loc: Wenatchee, WA
The elk showed back with the snow Thursday. Tried to keep it quiet around the neighborhood, but word got out. I ran into a family I knew who was trying to get their dad onto a cow, so we went together and each wacked one Friday night. Let him shoot first at about 320 yards. He tanked her good, 2nd shot tipped her over.

The herd really started moving quicker than I thought, they surprised me. Then they settled down so my first shot was 492 on a boss cow and I rang her bell. She was pretty sick, but kept moving...slowly. I was losing daylight, but I didn't want to spook the elk out (up over the ridge towards the refuge), as we have more peeps coming tomorrow (today). So I sent another one at 586 and that did the job. Got done about 11pm. One big azz biatch! Weighed one bullet, 122gr that started life at 140gr's. Those Accubond's have always killed.
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#1044196 - 12/19/20 08:22 AM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
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Registered: 10/26/10
Posts: 7155
Loc: Snohomish, WA
NICE JOB SNIT!!!!
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#1044202 - 12/19/20 08:55 AM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: NickD90]
Todd Offline
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Registered: 03/08/99
Posts: 27229
Loc: Seattle, Washington USA
Originally Posted By: NickD90
NICE JOB SNIT!!!!


+1

Fish on...

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#1044203 - 12/19/20 09:35 AM Re: 2020 Modern Deer Camp [Re: snit]
stlhdr1 Offline
BUCK NASTY!!

Registered: 01/26/00
Posts: 6180
Loc: Vancouver, WA
Originally Posted By: snit
The elk showed back with the snow Thursday. Tried to keep it quiet around the neighborhood, but word got out. I ran into a family I knew who was trying to get their dad onto a cow, so we went together and each wacked one Friday night. Let him shoot first at about 320 yards. He tanked her good, 2nd shot tipped her over.

The herd really started moving quicker than I thought, they surprised me. Then they settled down so my first shot was 492 on a boss cow and I rang her bell. She was pretty sick, but kept moving...slowly. I was losing daylight, but I didn't want to spook the elk out (up over the ridge towards the refuge), as we have more peeps coming tomorrow (today). So I sent another one at 586 and that did the job. Got done about 11pm. One big azz biatch! Weighed one bullet, 122gr that started life at 140gr's. Those Accubond's have always killed.


Sounds fun and great work! Love killing and eating the cows, my fave by a long shot.

Keith
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