2010 was a slow year for The Hunt Shack. With only two of our members harvesting (one was in New Jersey of all places), we are looking to 2011 to be a lot more productive. We also went up to Post Falls Idaho to the St. Joe River area hunting and didn't harvest. There was an abundance, but luck played a part in the lack of a harvest there. Where ever we hunted, that same spot the next day, someone got an elk or 5.
With all of us missing out on getting tags in Nevada in 2010, we are hoping for positive results in 2011. We put in for our NV tags for our Antlered Mule Deer Hunt Group as follows: 1: 736 - 1331 - DEER ANTLERED - UNITS 221 - 223 EARLY 2: 712 - 1331 - DEER ANTLERED - UNITS 111 - 113 EARLY 3: 709 - 1331 - DEER ANTLERED - UNITS 101 - 108 EARLY 4: 724 - 1331 - DEER ANTLERED - UNITS 161 - 164 EARLY 5: 714 - 1331 - DEER ANTLERED - UNITS 114, 115 EARLY
So we are waiting for another month for the results.
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So far for 2009"s hunting season, in the High Schell Wilderness, there are a ton of doe in the lower elevation of the southeastern end of the range. Nothing to report pictures on except this doe and her fawns, and a rattle snake, and some Chukar. For the most part we have gotten familiar with the area and the outskirts of the range, the two times we have been there.
Our second time was more productive as we hiked into the valley of North Cleve Creek and set up camp to check out the area. Plenty of runs and shit, but we had the deer about 300 plus yards ahead of us, that were still in the creek. As play casino online we slots saw when we climbed a slope along a mountain, when the deer too, emerged from the valley to run to higher ground and away from us.
But for the most part, anyone with a doe tag will be in and out of there pretty easily. As for those of us with an antlered tag, there is gonna be a lot of fun climbing.