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    WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    hi again guys.

    lets talk about Whatshan lake / west side of the arrow lakes?
    i know there is a popular outfitter there.

    any suggestions for deer/elk over there?
    valleys to the west?
    south to edgewood?
    north of whatshan lake/creek/river?

    not asking for your honeyholes but any advice is appreciated!
    thanks

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    Lots of high country in that neck of the woods to hunt......spend some time with the maps and you'll be on your way!

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    There's wolves up Whatshan.

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    Quote Originally Posted by jonz View Post
    There's wolves up Whatshan.
    Grizzlies and bigfoots too.
    SCARCITY OF AMMUNITION IS THE FIRST SIGN OF GUN CONTROL!

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    wolves - does that mean less game or just to watch out when hunting? or both..

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    ok
    i live in vernon -north side of okanagan lake - came from saskatchewan where i only hunted ducks/geese/grouse
    totally hooked on deer and big game hunting. have a few friends who are hard core hunters (spend 10 days in the rain - camped out in the mountains by creston) but i have a family and need to do my hunting close to home - im hoping whatshan or arrow lakes could be a good place to start.

    a joke you shall receive
    some people choose a lifelong goal that totally occupies their thoughts, efforts and resources
    this is a story of one man with such a goal - his everest....

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    deer and elk thick as hair on a dogs back up fostal just gotta look for them

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    I have hunted that area for a number of years , this year I was out there for the end of the whitetail season and I have never seen so much wolf sign . Just about every spot I found deer the wolves were not far away. This was around the snowshoe lake area , which I believe may be a wintering spot for some of the elk in that area. From all the wolf sign I came across I would say this will not be good for the deer and elk numbers in that area.

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    Re: WHATshan - Arrow Lakes

    soylentgreen...My daughter and I both thank you for the video. I think thats is the best chuckle I have had for weeks.

    As for the hunting...the closest I have come to that area is Keefer lake a few times and that is beautiful country with plenty of bigb White tail to be had. No info on the Whatshan area though.
    "I just want to see the other side of that ridge...around the next bend....down that nasty little trail..."

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