Kind of went like I thought it would. The deer tag I apply for usually hits every other year. Palouse Late buck, I did draw that so I'm happy for the most part. Didn't draw a late fall turkey though, bummer! No moose or elk AGAIN.
This is my first post here and what a good one to start with. It's been 9 years of applying and I drew a tag. Now my home work starts. I'm from the area I'm going to hunt, but I moved away 31/2 years ago. 438 miles to go scouting is a long hall, so I'm taking a month off of work to hunt, I've got the ok and have the time on the books. I'm going archery first, I've call elk, so moose shouldn't be too hard, I just need to learn how. I'll take a riffle if it draws to a end and I need a kill. I do have a question, well a 308 180 gr. be big enough for moose?
This is my second post. I was lucky enough to draw the Selkirk Moose tag. I was wandering if anyone out there has drawn this tag in the past? Or if not , what about any whitetail hunters that hunt this area? I have talked to the biologist for this area and I also have talked with a guy that was successful last year on a 50" bull. I am looking to add new info to what I have already learned and would love to share it. Any help would be great!
As the allure of hunting big whitetails becomes more and more a passion for many, we are finding that the recent (historically speaking) popularity of hunting deer from a tree stand is becoming the way to do it. I'll make no statement either for or against that technique here. This will be simply an essay on what I feel are some outstanding rifles for tree stand use.
Before we go even one more step, let's all remember that safety is first and foremost for anyone wanting to hunt...