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Location: Yakima
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ok first question is how is the cowiche gmu for deer? did some scouting and lot of buck turds layin around and found some main trails.

second when i was scouting up in the hills, i came across bear poo. looked like less than a week old. how big is their territory usually? or do they just wander where ever?

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Location: leftern washington
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let me in on the secret to telling buck turds from doe turds, that sounds likw a real talent

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Location: Yakima
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littlebuf wrote:
let me in on the secret to telling buck turds from doe turds, that sounds likw a real talent

doe turds are small pebble shaped turds that are oval shaped, kinda like a raisen but smooth all the way around. bucks arent pebbled and are globs, prob about 1/2 in diameter... just learned this one from my buddy

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Location: leftern washington
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are you sure your not mixing up elk and deer droppings?

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Location: Yakima
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i sure hope not, if i am then i feel embarressed Oops!

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Location: OlyWa
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Sometimes you can get a good idea of a deers size and sex from it turds, but it is not a reliable form of identification. Same with tracks.

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Location: YAKIMA WASHINGTON
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cowiche 368

i have been hunting this area for a long time there is alot of deer and bear there and alot of elk any question just ask

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Location: Yakima
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Re: cowiche 368
realtree3d1 wrote:
i have been hunting this area for a long time there is alot of deer and bear there and alot of elk any question just ask

what type of tactics would you use? stop and stalk or wait in the shrubs on a main trail? because theres a lot of shrubs with lot of open land around em as you already know....

now bears, how big are their territorys usually?

oh by the way thanks for the replys everyone!

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Location: YAKIMA WASHINGTON
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i would try spot and stalk for deer and elk and for bears look around thick draws and canyons with water in them they like that there area isnt that big they generally stay around the same area

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