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    How is the Rosey population doing????

    I lived in WA back in the early '90's and had fun chasing Roseys around and am interested in getting back up that way to do so again.

    What's the population like these days? Any "major" changes from the early '90s (numbers or quality)?

    Chris Roe
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    What area did you live in.I don't hunt the rosey's ,but two of my friends do pretty well on them every year.

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    If you were hunting the SW corner theres not much for big bulls nearly all rags with occasional decent 5 or 6 point. As far as numbers go I see plenty of elk everytime im down there but Im not sure if there was more back in the 90s or not. The bulls get bigger on the oly pen but the numbers are fewer.

 

 

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