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Thread: Where to take newbies late season?

  1. #1
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    Where to take newbies late season?

    I took two of my brothers-in-law and a sister in law hunting last weekend up in 3-30, got a nice mule buck and now theyíre all dead set on getting back out before the end of Nov. Iíve created a monster. Or four monsters, since the sister-in-law wants to bring her friend who did the PAL course with her.

    Iíd like to take them somewhere with a reasonable chance of success and not somewhere too steep since they have varying levels of fitness.

    So to me that means somewhere with all bucks opened in Nov, which isnít 3-30 and thatís really the only area south of PG that I know well (we live in the LML).

    Unit 2 for blacktails somewhere? Somewhere in 8 for whitetail? Iím at a loss. Donít want your secret spot or anything, but if you have an area/unit that would be a decent bet Iíd greatly appreciate it.

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  3. #2
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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    Try Princeton.

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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    Quote Originally Posted by sames14 View Post
    Try Princeton.
    Haven’t been past manning in a long time - whitetails out that way?

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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    Definitely head to Princeton/Tulameen. Lots of country up there to explore.

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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    Awesome, thank you. Had a few good suggestions via PM along the crowsnest. Seems to be the direction to head.

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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    my back yard and neibour hood is just full of all sorts of bucks.
    saw a nice 4 the other day and id bet it would of weighed in at 220 on the hook
    thats in 8 10

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    Re: Where to take newbies late season?

    Quote Originally Posted by butthead View Post
    my back yard and neibour hood is just full of all sorts of bucks.
    saw a nice 4 the other day and id bet it would of weighed in at 220 on the hook
    thats in 8 10
    I’ll be right over.

    I really am ignorant of the wildlife in areas 8 and 4. I assume it’s whitetail around Kelowna?

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