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  1. May some Elk and Deer souls rest in peace tomorrow.

    Happy hunt to all. Be sure to thank your spiritual guide for whatever food this hunt brings back to your resting place.
  2. My theory on staying higher than them is because...

    My theory on staying higher than them is because of the unpredicatable terrain driven winds in the Cascades. I have found that on a morning hunt the thermal air makes the winds go uphill when the...
  3. I agree with you totally on the elevation. All of...

    I agree with you totally on the elevation. All of my experience comes from more of the foothills in the Hwy. 22 area. I have found that I usually get in to them around the 3500 to 4000 ft. range...
  4. Maineboy, that is funny, I just deployed with a...

    Maineboy, that is funny, I just deployed with a National Guard medevac company out of Maine, great people. You are going to love hunting in the Cascades if you are dedicated. Otherwise there is every...
  5. Hey timberstalker. I would like to ask how often...

    Hey timberstalker. I would like to ask how often you scout the area you call in? Do you call from the same area every year, and have you been seeing fresh sign every year? If so the last few years...
  6. Tricks of the Trade (Calling in the Cascades)

    Bow hunting the Cascade Mountain Range is easy. All that you need is a solid month of scouting, physical and mental endurance, and the grace of Mother Nature. There is some crazy ol' timer statistic...
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