As the archery season drew to a close, I started getting ready for the modern rifle hunt. I knew that if I was unsuccessful with my 264 Winchester magnum, I could take out my 50 caliber CVA and have an extra week or so of season.
That was a long time ago. If we failed to get an animal during one season, we could move into the next one, provided we bought the extra permit. But those times have changed here in Washington. We, like a lot of other states, have become a "choose your weapon" state. When you buy your license and tags, you much choose your method of hunting and that is the only way you will hunt. You can not even apply for a special drawing unless it's within your chosen weapon. No longer do we have the luxury of hunting with various weapons in various seasons.
I wonder how other states handle this? Can you still hunt multiple seasons with different weapons?