Squeek shooting in K-Falls?

Discussion in 'West' started by Shooter98, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. Shooter98

    Shooter98 Well-Known Member

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    I am wanting to set up a hunting weekend with a couple of buddies here in the valley and done some reading about prairie dogs around the Klamath Falls area. Does anyone have a good idea where we could hunt? I assume most of it is private land and so we'd need to get permission.
     
  2. luvs2hnt

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    It's getting harder to get access some people are charging per gun but you can find a spot here and there. We used to have sole access to some propertys and it was cool but now its a zoo.. when you find one don't let it go..
    I usually takes knocking on doors and some luck..:D
     

  3. Shooter98

    Shooter98 Well-Known Member

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    I kind of figured that'd be the situation. I am going to take a drive down there next month just to go door knockin' and see if I can land a spot. Man, I remember as a kid growing up in Northern Cal just hanging out at the local hardware store and having farmers come up to me and offer me a nickel per starling, a quarter per crow and a buck per prairie dog I'd shoot on their land. Now I have to beg and plead lol...
     
  4. luvs2hnt

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    15 years ago some of the farmers would offer up a brick of 22lr ammo.

    Bonanza is a good place to look. Fort Rock area has open feilds but will limit you to rimfire only. we have one place in bonanza that also has rock chucks....keeping that one a secrete though:)

    DD