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    Sorry you whitetail Nay-Sayers But Id like to see a whitetail section also. Here in North Idaho whitetails are the most abundant deer species and heck, we do hunt them "western style" and count their points a bit differently than they do back east. So yes, whitetails are a western game attraction. I do love mule deer hunting also, but unfortunately their numbers up north leave much to be desired. Thanks!
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    Oh, wow! Im a little slow. I didnt make it down the list that far to see that they already added them. Cool. Thanks EHJ!
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    It's nice to see that Eastmans' added them. But, I would understand if they didn't because whitetails aren't really their 'thing'. Although, I think I did see an episode where they hunted them in Montana? Anyway, to call them rat tails and to say that they're not a western big game animal is just ridiculous. I love whitetails and they are here to stay. Nobody hunts over fancy food plots out here and I wouldn't care if they did. I feel blessed to live in an area with both species. The last two years I have put in for a whitetail only tag as my first choice in the draw over the local coveted muley tag. Who cares? To each his own...
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    I've been hunting mulies my whole life since I grew up in WY, the shot at a whitey at least once or twice is enticing to me right now. In fact I'm shooting for a tag in eastern Colorado. Maybe my mind will change back once I've been there and done that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjs4429 View Post
    I guess washington is not a western state ,because it does't even have a forum.
    We don't have one for California, but that's ok we are just the land of fruits and nuts. I'd love to shoot a Whitetail, but I am sick of seeing them on TV...

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    I think a thread dedicated to spot and stalk black bear hunting would be interesting, nothing against bait hunting just think spot and stalk is more the Eastman's way of hunting. I plan on giving it a try with my bow this spring and would like to talk to other hunters taking on the same challenge.

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    I have to admit although I'm happier hunting a muley someplace with a killer view I had some backstraps from an eastern Idaho whitey that had been living in a grain field and that was better than any scrub brush buck I had ever tasted.

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    I grew up hunting whitetails here in Ohio, and they are great to hunt, but I subscribe to EBJ,and EHJ for a change of pace.

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    Bag the whitetails!
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