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elkgrunt
06-16-2013, 05:30 AM
Does anybody have any experience hunting this???

Caseyu
06-16-2013, 12:17 PM
I have not personally had the tag but spend a bunch if time in the area because of work. What are you looking for? Shoot me a p.m.

Calbuck
06-16-2013, 03:54 PM
Have never hunted it, but live right in the middle of it. I've seen numerous bulls in my travels around and about. There are about 4 different herds within an hour of my house, and there are BIG bulls in each herd. Do your homework and you'll find em!

elkgrunt
06-16-2013, 04:10 PM
Calbuck, what part do you live in?

Calbuck
06-16-2013, 05:33 PM
I'm a few miles east of Burney

elkgrunt
06-17-2013, 04:48 AM
Is there a way I could contact you?

Calbuck
06-17-2013, 07:20 AM
You can shoot me a PM if you want. I'm no expert, but I do have some general info that may help you out

Bwht4x4
06-17-2013, 09:22 AM
elkgrunt,

I have the rifle tag this year. I'll be up there a couple of times to scout in July/Aug and then 6 days before season starts. I sent you a PM with my contact info.

Calbuck
06-17-2013, 08:22 PM
Little bull out near one of the spots. Only one I've had the camera with me for.

5883

candafish
06-21-2013, 09:48 AM
my uncle also drew the archery tag this year. both his son and myself have had the tag in the past. so we know the area very well. it is a extremely big zone and can be daunting to narrow down a spot to concentrate on. cant go wrong with spending time out on the garden or in the podosa area, both have lots of animals. dont be afraid to call the biologists and wardens for ideas on where to begin your scouting. sounds like water is going to be a premium this year. out on the garden it is nothing to see 5 to 10 cameras on a water hole, because you are also dealing with antelope and deer tag scouters as well. beast of luck and feel free to get a hold of me and make sure we wont be on top of each other. chris schertz

BossBrott
06-21-2013, 04:53 PM
my uncle also drew the archery tag this year. both his son and myself have had the tag in the past. so we know the area very well. it is a extremely big zone and can be daunting to narrow down a spot to concentrate on. cant go wrong with spending time out on the garden or in the podosa area, both have lots of animals. dont be afraid to call the biologists and wardens for ideas on where to begin your scouting. sounds like water is going to be a premium this year. out on the garden it is nothing to see 5 to 10 cameras on a water hole, because you are also dealing with antelope and deer tag scouters as well. beast of luck and feel free to get a hold of me and make sure we wont be on top of each other. chris schertz


Don't have the tag,,,but,,,that's dam cool to help a fella out!

BossBrott
06-21-2013, 04:57 PM
Little bull out near one of the spots. Only one I've had the camera with me for.

5883

Dink? From what I've heard, Ca has truly monster bulls available for the guys who put in the time. The best of luck to the tag holders.

Calbuck
06-21-2013, 08:15 PM
You're right, there are some monsters in CA. I've seen a few of them over the past couple years.

elkgrunt
06-22-2013, 05:36 AM
my uncle also drew the archery tag this year. both his son and myself have had the tag in the past. so we know the area very well. it is a extremely big zone and can be daunting to narrow down a spot to concentrate on. cant go wrong with spending time out on the garden or in the podosa area, both have lots of animals. dont be afraid to call the biologists and wardens for ideas on where to begin your scouting. sounds like water is going to be a premium this year. out on the garden it is nothing to see 5 to 10 cameras on a water hole, because you are also dealing with antelope and deer tag scouters as well. beast of luck and feel free to get a hold of me and make sure we wont be on top of each other. chris schertz

Thank you, and I will get ahold of you.