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    Default goat registration hunts

    probably...
    lost lake, whidbey bay, brown mountain, port dick, and english bay.

    good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdave View Post
    probably...
    lost lake, whidbey bay, brown mountain, port dick, and english bay.

    good luck!
    Dave - When are these going online? If this snow holds off, I might just find my way into the mountains one last time this year. (Well...one last time without skis, that is. )

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    Talked with F & G yesterday. They said the 27th they will announce what is open if any. Good luck I will be out chasing bears.

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    not sure, but as the season opens 11/1 (iirc), i would suspect the final numbers and an announcement pretty soon.
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    The regs say RG331-352 are available in person only starting on OCT 28th.

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    If they open Lost Lake up I will be getting one of those permits. I was only able to put in one day chasing goats and liked what I saw, just didn't have the time to get after them.

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    Finally, I was wondering the same thing. Might have to sell the snowmobile and buy some lawn care equipment.
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