i tried to put a fifth option of mostly beers but i couldnt get it on there, by the way me and dad went out again today and i shot a 280# 4x4 black tail that was just a pig! ill try and post some pics if i can figure it out. that makes two deer trhis year for us a 4x3 and a4x4 what a great year
I hunted every day from the 11th to the 21st. I saw a spike and a forkey I passed on. The only bucks I saw. Full moon and clear nights made it hard hunting. I ended up shooting a spike to fill my tag. ,)
saw three decent 4pt bucks opening weekend ,let my hunting buddy (wife) take the big one , well i had him in the scope and sqeezing on the trigger when she droped him. so i had to do a quick swing to the other buck and get a bullet flying before he ran that last ten yards to the timber .
Wife took hers at 170 yards and mine at 180 both at a full run.
then kicked up five bucks last weekend for my son couple nice 4pts , but he couldnt get a good safe shot , then couldnt get on them again, but still have a youth hunt for my daughter for the rut.
I hunted from oct 1st - nov 7th (modern firearm) in oregon.
I saw 2 forked horns 1 hour before light on the road, next to someone house of course. Other than that i killed alot of beers and pipes in the process.
I dont think there is a late buck season in oregon, so looks like next year will be the next opportunity. I hunted all over from the santiam unit to the saddle mtn unit.
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