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Wanting to get started bear hunting

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Unread 04-29-2013, 09:46 AM
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Re: Wanting to get started bear hunting

Originally Posted by HARPERC View Post
Yes, quite a bit of public, and timber company land. Some fees on timber company, and some road closures on the public ground. Roughly 3 main areas coastal, Cascades, and Eastern WA.. These are broken into smaller units, with season dates August 1-November 15, a couple units open September 1, spring tags on a drawing. Non resident bear looks like $222, they sell licenses in packages so anything else drives the price up. Eastern WA. is 1 bear , all I know of the 2 bear areas is it will cost you another $222 for another tag, NR bear tag doesn't appear to be good for anything else.
Lots of Public land, STATE LAND..Coastal by far is the best..hasnt been commercialy hunted with dogs in 18 years...1st tag and license is 222..second is 90 bucks..it is just like Vancouvewr Island where Shockey hunts...only alot cheaper..all hunts are spot and stalk...Baiting and hounds are outlawed...check those guys out...bear hunt washington, washington bear hunting, bear hunting guides washington state,bear hunting eith Windle's Guide Service... went with them twice...very reasonable price, and we killed some nice bears... They pretty much have the whole Olympic Peninsula to their selves...
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Unread 04-29-2013, 04:17 PM
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Re: Wanting to get started bear hunting

I only have 2012 regs, and they indicate the 2nd bear tag $222, has it changed this year? Or am I missing it elsewhere? I checked your link, interesting they are calling as well, any idea how successful they are with that?
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