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    2014 D14 buck Season

    Thought I'd start a new thread, I placed my cameras out two weeks ago and plan to check them this weekend. I saw lots of buck tracks every where I went, so looks like its going to be a good year again.

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    Hopefully, we will get some rain in the mountains and avoid the fires.
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    last year was my first time hunting d14 and I didn't have a chance to scout and had too much going on so I only ended up going out 2 days and i tried thomas hunting ground trail off the 38 and not only didn't see any deer i didn't even see any signs of deer. This year i plan to scout half of august and all september, I'm thinking of trying the north end by lucerne valley around horse springs road. last year i saw hunters parked along 138 by silverwood but according to my map that is a no shooting area am i mistaken? or do the wardens not care?

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    Hey Grimsreaper your right about that no shooting area, u gotta watch where you shoot a rifle. Got quite a few pictures on my cameras looks like a good year for small to average size bucks, nothing big so far!

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    Here is a few more.....

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    Hey Sawfish, the east end of the San Berdoo Mtns have been getting some rain. My cameras captured at least 3-4 different rain storms in the last two weeks. The weather is much different in the mtns compared to the valley below where they didn't get any rain the last two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigshot View Post
    Hey Sawfish, the east end of the San Berdoo Mtns have been getting some rain. My cameras captured at least 3-4 different rain storms in the last two weeks. The weather is much different in the mtns compared to the valley below where they didn't get any rain the last two weeks.
    We haven't had rain in Orange County in forever! I was in Louisiana last month, and it rained more in two hours than it has rained here in over a year! Hope you guys do well this year. I got drawn for X-12 and had already bought a B-2 tag for Blacktail. Hopefully I will be able to get my three species of deer in one season with a handgun this year.
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    flash floods for san bernardino mountains today..good news

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimsreapers View Post
    flash floods for san bernardino mountains today..good news
    Looks like a good thing, unless you live in Forest Falls!
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    Hey all new here to D14 never been hunting in this area. I have been on some fires in this area in 2006 and am somewhat familiar with this area. I was looking to find any insight or good ways of getting a buck down. i have scoped this area 1 time so far and have been looking at maps for a plan of attack which has been going well so far. Any pointers for a first year hunter and also a first year hunter in D14 would be a super big help. Thanks!

 

 

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