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    Default POW Bucks

    My #2 son and friend returned yesterday after spending 10 days chasing bucks. The following picts are a few they picked up.









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    WOWZERS!! Beautiful bucks....Congrats to those boys, they know how to hunt'em up!!

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    I love hunting Sitkas. Nice pix. And good job!
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    Nice, good ones there! I wish I had known that was their rig I would have stopped them and had 'em over for dinner. Bucks are still moving good it seems, lots of snow and now rain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gooch View Post
    Nice, good ones there! I wish I had known that was their rig I would have stopped them and had 'em over for dinner. Bucks are still moving good it seems, lots of snow and now rain.
    Mike:
    They were staying with a friend in Thorne and mostly hunting Staney. Where did you see them?

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    I am sure it was them I saw on the Beach Road one afternoon after seeing their faces here. I could be wrong but I am pretty sure of it. Staney Road is pretty snowed in now. Also Ratz is out from our direction. SO next year I have the 10-17 open if you're interested ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gooch View Post
    I am sure it was them I saw on the Beach Road one afternoon after seeing their faces here. I could be wrong but I am pretty sure of it. Staney Road is pretty snowed in now. Also Ratz is out from our direction. SO next year I have the 10-17 open if you're interested ;-)
    He said he drove up the Beach road to CC on Saturday, that could've been the day. 10-17 is tempting.

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    I might be convinced for 10-17 too

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    Dang King, you know how to get a guy pumped for POW in 4 days!!! See ya soon Gooch!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska_Lanche View Post
    Dang King, you know how to get a guy pumped for POW in 4 days!!! See ya soon Gooch!!!
    I heard they all disappeared yesterday.

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    Luke, I expect you to end the timeless debate about what island is better, POW or Kodiak for big bucks. We know you can find em, so don't let me down. All things being equal I expect you to find a "Smasher" on POW.

    No pressure.

    Nice Bucks Kingfisher!

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    Best part about POW is not having to look over your shoulder constantly for bears

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    My intentions are not to end the debate, but to fuel the fire!!!

    I have no doubt each is equally fun, but very different at the same time!!

    King, bummer man!!! Judging by the number of POW deer pics being thrown up, I'd be suprised if me with my limited Sitka deer hunting prowess can find on of these buggers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKDoug View Post
    Best part about POW is not having to look over your shoulder constantly for bears
    Not necessarily, we ran into one a few weeks ago.

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    Yeah, but he wasn't big, brown and aggressive I bet.

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    For a blackie, he was big. Not aggressive at the time we saw him. I have had agressive bb before during deer calling sequences.

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    Still a few roaming around and coming to the deer call also. Called a nice bear in a week ago and saw tracks in the snow yesterday in a different area.

    Nice bucks kingfisher, talked to some guys from K-Town that hunted staney hard and didnt do so good. Looks like your son had them dialed in, nice deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly View Post
    Still a few roaming around and coming to the deer call also. Called a nice bear in a week ago and saw tracks in the snow yesterday in a different area.

    Nice bucks kingfisher, talked to some guys from K-Town that hunted staney hard and didnt do so good. Looks like your son had them dialed in, nice deer.


    thanks, sure no complaints from him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curly View Post
    Still a few roaming around and coming to the deer call also. Called a nice bear in a week ago and saw tracks in the snow yesterday in a different area.
    Are you allowed to use an electric call (Foxpro) I'm coming there in the spring for a bear hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreez View Post
    Are you allowed to use an electric call (Foxpro) I'm coming there in the spring for a bear hunt.
    Not sure about using electric calls for bears. I would suggest checking the regs on that.

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