Early season scout in Alaska..

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by OneLunG, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. OneLunG

    OneLunG Active Member

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    Well, our deer season up here is gonna be starting in a little over a month.

    My hunting partner and I have been hiking quite a bit to get in shape, and lately have been checking out some new areas we've been wanting to hunt...

    Definately some space to make some long shots!

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  2. OneLunG

    OneLunG Active Member

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    Once you get on top the fun begins...

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  3. OneLunG

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    I don't know the distances across the valleys....Forgot my leica at home...But its definately a long shot :)

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  4. That's some absolutely beautiful country. Good luck on your upcoming hunts. :)
     
  5. Buffalobob

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    nice pictures!
     
  6. jbcarter88

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    I envey you. Just kidding. Great pics. Good luck to you
     
  7. Chas1

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    Great pics, gorgeous views. Good luck with the hunt and safe return.
     
  8. OneLunG

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    I have to admit...I wasn't to impressed with that location.

    It gets hunted pretty hard, and the last few years we've had bad winter kill. This year was the first year that we had a super mild winter.

    I was checking it out with high hopes that numbers would have improved there, but doesn't seem like it quite yet.

    We've got 2-4 more places we wanna check out before the season starts on August 1st.....Hoping we can find a good one...