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bighillbandit
09-30-2012, 08:42 PM
I've been over in the Bridgeport/walker area every weekend since season opened and have been non stop hiking in country that I know holds bucks had a guy whose been scouting for weeks prior to the season take me on a few hunts and just can't get into the bucks had a few shots at some dink fork an horns opening weekend and decided to hol out starting to think I made a mistake Amy help for the upcoming closing weekend would be greatly appreciated!!!

Shaun
10-01-2012, 09:07 AM
This year in CA has been very wierd across the board. Packed in Westerd side last weekend to find everything dead. I have no anwsers for this year as I am just as lost

Never in Doubt
10-01-2012, 03:17 PM
Maybe some time at the shooting range would be in order? :-)


Doesn't look like X-12 will get any snow this deer season. That can change everything from what I understand. Stick with it though, some nice bucks are always show on the last day of the season.

Captdoodah
10-09-2012, 08:10 PM
No weather you might as well stay home unless you have spent a lot of years hunting there we took a little fork and missed a 4x at 190 yds but it was dry dusty and 6 days of hunting to do that better luck next time

Never in Doubt
12-31-2012, 01:29 PM
So how did the hunt go? Did you end up seeing any other bucks?

Deerhunter72
01-22-2013, 06:50 PM
Lookin at huntin x12 next year,, bt seems like u wouldnt recommend it,,,

Never in Doubt
01-23-2013, 08:06 AM
Lookin at huntin x12 next year,, bt seems like u wouldnt recommend it,,,

The X-12 season CAN end before any snow falls, and pushes the big boys out of the mountains. So you'll need to be prepared to pack in and camp, IMO. Just driving around and spotting from the road usually doesn't get it done. A lot of guys are doing that.

If you can hike off the road several miles before light, glass and hike all day, and pack a deer out on your back, X-12 would be a nice area for you. Not to mention scouting before the season to locate some deer is crucial.