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A Pacific Northwest Hunting & Outdoor Recreation Site


A Pacific Northwest Hunting & Outdoors Site
A Pacific Northwest Hunting & Outdoors Site

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Welcome to Hunting-Washington

Welcome to Hunting-Washington

征服熟肥老妇小说The Hunting-Washington forum is an online community where members share stories and photos of their hunting, fishing, trapping, and other outdoor adventures. The primary focus is Washington State, but many members also recreate in neighboring Pacific Northwestern states and in distant states and countries worldwide. We encourage you to join and participate in our community and remember to support the businesses who advertise on this forum, it's their advertising dollars that keep this forum online for your enjoyment.

征服熟肥老妇小说Washington state is situated in the northwest corner of the lower 48 states bordering British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, and the Pacific Ocean. Washington has many varying ecosystems including deserts, inland forests, craggy peaks, open valleys, agricultural croplands, massive canyons, rolling hills, rain forests, lakes, streams, big rivers, tidelands, San Juan Islands, and diverse marine waters. These ecosystems offer unequaled choices for hunting, fishing, trapping, and recreational opportunites.

Welcome to Hunting-Washington

The Hunting-Washington forum is an online community where members share stories and photos of their hunting, fishing, trapping, and other outdoor adventures. The primary focus is Washington State, but many members also recreate in neighboring Pacific Northwestern states and in distant states and countries worldwide. We encourage you to join and participate in our community and remember to support the businesses who advertise on this forum, it's their advertising dollars that keep this forum online for your enjoyment.

Washington state is situated in the northwest corner of the lower 48 states bordering British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, and the Pacific Ocean. Washington has many varying ecosystems including deserts, inland forests, craggy peaks, open valleys, agricultural croplands, massive canyons, rolling hills, rain forests, lakes, streams, big rivers, tidelands, San Juan Islands, and diverse marine waters. These ecosystems offer unequaled choices for hunting, fishing, trapping, and recreational opportunites.

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Hunting & Trapping

Hunting & Trapping

Big game hunters pursue (click links to visit boards in the forum) rocky mountain and roosevelt elk; mule, blacktail, and whitetail deer; black bear; cougar; moose; mountain goat; and big horn sheep. There are many avid varmint, predator and small game hunters who pursue bobcats, coyotes, raccoon, fox, rabbits, squirrels, rockchucks, and other small game animals. Waterfowl hunting is popular for many species of ducks, canadian geese and snow geese. Upland bird hunting opportunities include turkey, pheasant, forest grouse, chukar, doves, huns, and quail. Hunting for shed horns is very popular in the late winter and spring.

Numerous species of furbearers inhabit Washington lands and waters. Species commonly trapped are beaver, bobcat, civet, martin, mink, muskrat, otter, raccoon, and others. Trappers in Washington must use non-body-gripping traps but trappers have learned to be successful using other types of traps. Join in to learn more about this historic activity that inspired the settlement of the pacific northwest region.

Hunting & Trapping

Big game hunters pursue (click links to visit boards in the forum) rocky mountain and roosevelt elk; mule, blacktail, and whitetail deer; black bear; cougar; moose; mountain goat; and bighorn sheep. There are many hunters who pursue coyotes, bobcats, raccoon, fox, rabbits, squirrels, rockchucks, and other small game and varmints. Waterfowl hunting is popular for many species of ducks, canadian geese and snow geese. Upland bird hunting is reasonably good for forest grouse, pheasant, chukar, doves, huns, and quail. Shed horn hunting is very popular in the late winter and spring. Hunters also enjoy rare turkey hunting opportunities, a hunter can take three species of wild turkey including merriam's, rio grande, and easterns.

Numerous species of furbearers inhabit Washington lands and waters. Species commonly trapped are beaver, bobcat, civet, martin, mink, muskrat, otter, raccoon, and others. Trappers in Washington must use non-body-gripping traps but trappers have learned to be successful using other types of traps. Join in to learn more about this historic and rewarding activity.

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Fishing & Recreation

Fishing & Recreation

With all the water in and around Washington fishing opportunites are endless. Fishers commonly target salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, numerous species of trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, walleye, kokanee, rockfish, cod, tuna, smelt, shrimp, crab, clams, and many other saltwater and freshwater species. Bowfishing for carp is also popular in certain areas of the state.

Washington state offers a miriad of other outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the more popular outdoor activities include boating, camping, hiking, biking, motorcycling, skiing, bbq's, local festivals, many types of racing, rodeo, trail riding, mountain climbing, swimming, scuba diving, wildlife photography, bird watching, whale watching, sightseeing, berry picking, mushroom picking, exploring and learning new areas of the state, and many more activities.

Fishing & Recreation

With all the water in and around Washington fishing opportunites are endless. Fishers commonly target salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, numerous types of trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, walleye, kokanee, rockfish, cod, tuna, smelt, shrimp, crab, clams, and many other saltwater and freshwater species. Bowfishing for carp is also popular in certain areas of the state.

Washington state offers a miriad of other outdoor recreational opportunities. Some of the more popular outdoor activities include boating, camping, hiking, biking, motorcycling, skiing, bbq's, local festivals, many types of racing, rodeo, trail riding, mountain climbing, swimming, scuba diving, wildlife photography, bird watching, whale watching, sightseeing, berry picking, mushroom picking, exploring and learning new areas of the state, and many more activities.

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Contests & Fundraisers

Contests & Fundraisers

Numerous fundraisers have been done to raise funds for individuals and families in need, these are usually done in a manner that is fun and rewarding for the members who choose to participate.

The forum has held many contests that offer additional activities for member participation. These are some of the more noteable contests:

- Joshua Cup Big Game Contest
- Annual Huntwa Head & Horns Competition
- Photo Of The Month Contest

Contests & Fundraisers

Numerous fundraisers have been done to raise funds for individuals and families in need, these are usually done in a manner that is fun and rewarding for the members who choose to participate.

The forum has held many contests that offer additional activities for member participation. These are some of the more noteable contests:

- Joshua Cup Big Game Contest
- Annual Huntwa Head & Horns Competition
- Photo of the Month Contest

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