Oregon archery season

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  1. ElkOhollic

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    Who's hunting Oregon? Season opener is this coming Saturday. Any Oregon hunters out here?

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    I'm not hunting Oregon but my season opened up last Saturday also
     
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    Which state are you hunting? And which game are you pursuing this year?

    Happy hunting and best of luck

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    Here in Utah. I drew a archery deer tag. I got a OTC archery elk. Here that is a spike or cow. Big bulls are a draw tag in are area.
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    I'm taking a week off of work to hunt eastern Oregon(high desert land). But beings I live closer to the coast line I'll spend my weekends hunting the thick foliage of the coastal reagon.
    I have an elk and deer tag so Im going to peruse the elk hard for the season with hopes of coming across a deer along the way. Us archers are lucky to get a second deer season later in the year, after rife season, so that will be when I chase the bucks.
    For archery here its statewide OTC elk and deer tags with stipulations on what you can take varying from unit to unit.

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