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ID:	6335Burns are good.

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    Burns end up like any good blowdown area. You just need to find the paths through it that the elk have already found. I miss the days of bow hunting in NE oregon in these exact kinds of conditions.

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    I don't know why anyone would hunt burns?!







    Vegetarian = old Indian word for Bad hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by graybird View Post
    I don't know why anyone would hunt burns?!







    sorry for your bad luck. better luck next year.......................??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tttoadman View Post
    sorry for your bad luck. better luck next year.......................??
    Yeah, you know some times an ole boy gets lucky!

    Hopefully, I'll get lucky again this year in that same burn!!!
    Vegetarian = old Indian word for Bad hunter

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    Red face

    According to the outfitter I never did get into the burn area he was talking about. I'll google earth it and I'll be hunting it for sure. Snow sure seems to help when hunting the burn.
    Thanks guys.

 

 

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