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    Quote Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
    Hey Don thanks, had a great time this year. The area we hunted was loaded with decent bucks, wish I had more time to hunt CA this past year. I'll have more time next year cause probably not gonna hunt Colorado, due to promising wifey I'll spend money to get our cabins kitchen and living room remodel done. So, will get two CA buck tags for sure and try and sneak to Wyoming for some lopers in September.
    You should sneak to Wyoming in Nov. for deer and try to get an area 83 lope tag and some doe tags...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    Heck yeah ! Maybe two ! or a D16 and D14. Kickin around the thought of X9B and D14 though...
    I have enough points for X9A in 2013 but I think I'm going to keep saveing them for a piticular G zone. In the mean time, look for a nice buck in D14 and 16, and maybe head off to D12
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
    , can't wait till next year!!
    I know me too! I did have a pretty good season this year.....2 bucks and 2 lopers, the frezzer is FULL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    I know me too! I did have a pretty good season this year.....2 bucks and 2 lopers, the frezzer is FULL!
    Getting a buck in D14 and D16 is quite an accomplishment !

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    do any of you backpack and camp in the san bernardino national forrest during your hunt or just hunt for the day and walk back to the truck at dusk?

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    I am new to the deer hunting sport and live in Yucaipa, ca. and suggestions on where i should start scouting and what to look for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor_20 View Post
    I am new to the deer hunting sport and live in Yucaipa, ca. and suggestions on where i should start scouting and what to look for?
    There is deer all over D14, however with a very low success rate, they are tough to find. Pick an area and start scouting, maybe set a trail cam or two see what's in the area. You live really close to the forest, so it shouldn't be hard to get up there and scout. Good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    There is deer all over D14, however with a very low success rate, they are tough to find. Pick an area and start scouting, maybe set a trail cam or two see what's in the area. You live really close to the forest, so it shouldn't be hard to get up there and scout. Good luck

    no i have been up looking the last 2 days and am going again tomorra morning. what kind of landscape should i look for? (oak trees, aspen trees, pine, or sage brush?) or does it even matter i was looking up by dry lake but it looks like a pretty popular area for trail hikers and its quite the hike with the access road closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimsreapers View Post
    do any of you backpack and camp in the san bernardino national forrest during your hunt or just hunt for the day and walk back to the truck at dusk?
    Depends on how I feel like hunting..... I've done both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor_20 View Post
    what kind of landscape should i look for? (oak trees, aspen trees, pine, or sage brush?) or does it even matter
    Access road closed areas are always good because they will keep a lot of the lazy out, but if it's a high recreation area for hikers, it might not be a good spot. As far as what type of terrain, It depends where you would like to hunt. I've seen deer in real thick stuff as well as the more open country. It also depends on your style of hunting. If you have good optics and enjoy glassing, I would pick an area that is more open to glass. The most important thing about being successful in a zone like D14 is to keep at it and don't give up.
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