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Old 04-05-2007, 03:38 PM
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

I think that is what we got two. I got the picture thing figured out but does any body know how to post videos. We got some film last year that was humororous to say the least and will share on this years adventures If I remember the camera and learn how to post.
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

Is it that time of year again? My brothers and I used to hunt them between Baker and La Grande, back when I was in collage at EOU. Get fun!! One of the farmers wives to us "If you find any of them big holes in the ground, them are badgers, you can shoot the too!!" Great Lady.

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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

Is it that time of year again? My brothers and I used to hunt them between Baker and La Grande, back when I was in collage at EOU. Get fun!! One of the farmers wives told us "If you find any of them big holes in the ground, them are badgers, you can shoot the too!!" Great Lady.

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Old 04-14-2007, 02:21 PM
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

Saw some at the Dalles on thursday along with a few chucks
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

I was over in sisters last weekend and there was 50-100+ up at any one time on a two acre lot in town. It was rainy on Sunday and I didn't see one. Heard some good reports from around Christmas Valley.
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

Hired Gun, I will soon be shooting these squirrels with a 300-WSM and a 125grn Nosler Ballistic Tip, at 4000+fps. I can't wait to see what the 125grn BT does to these fat little guys.

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Old 04-18-2007, 07:13 PM
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Re: Oregon! Anyone seen any Diggers yet?

That sounds awesome. We have used the Hornady 110 grain spire points out of the 300 Weatherby with great success. I know only shoot 200 grain bullets as they are much easier to hit with at long range. This weekend we are going out and taking our 22-250's and 257 Weatherby's shooting 75 grain V-Max's at 3960 feet per second. Those put up a heck of a pink cloud.
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