Good luck to all headed out this weekend for open of rifle season in the B-zones,be safe shoot straight and may your Buck be a big one !!!!
Posted 15 September 2017 - 07:52 AM
Posted 17 September 2017 - 05:30 PM
Well had a good weekend was not dissapointed even though I did not get a buck, saw 17 deer total of which 2 were twin spikes saw lots of fresh sign and big buck tracks they just held tight to the steep brushy timber mix terrain.Did some knarly 4 wheeling in my jeep to get to some high rocky ridge tops to do some glassing and did some hunts with my brother to see if we could jump some bucks in the thick willow patches in a big bowl we found but just momma and fawns came out. So all in all had a good time and trip so now wait for my 5 day trip last week of season as I will be moving to my new house for the 4 weeks.
Posted 11 October 2017 - 05:04 PM
Gonna go this weekend for the first and last time this year, this weekend. Life has been getting in the way a lot lately.
Was gonna go higher up by on the F7 road but heard a lot of deer have moved lower. Any truth to that ya think. Anyhow Ill be up there in the area in a big GMC if anyone else will be. Bringing the Decker terriers to do some brush beatin too.
Posted 11 October 2017 - 08:30 PM
Posted 12 October 2017 - 09:52 AM
good luck ducksnbucks
hope you can get into an unburned area
Posted 12 October 2017 - 04:11 PM
I will shoot the first legal retarded buck I see.
Doesn't seem like there is any fires in the immediate area. Farther west and the north side of the Yolly Bollys
Posted 16 October 2017 - 05:09 PM
Went up the M2 road to no avail. Stayed at Whitlock and went up Toomes to a side road and walked the road to see nothing. Turned up the hillside to see what we could bump but the noise of walking in that forest was super loud. Dogs got onto something a couple times but could never see what it was. Walked back a different road back to truck and more of the same, nothing. At least there wasn't anybody around as far as road hunters that is. Took a ride to Thomes creek drainage for a little exploration and that is when we found the masses. Damn there was a ton of people over there. Camps all over, road hunters even more. It is steep so I don't think to many people get off the quads and side by sides. We bailed off into the oaks and brush and bumped a deer first thing. Couldn't get a good look at it but was a single so I'll say it was a buck
Getting dark so we road hunted a few minutes till shoot time ended then hauled a$$ back to camp. Sunday we stayed lower and hit the brush to no avail. Dogs didn't bump anything. Left about 1 to head home. We did see a doe with twin fawns, larger now, and a spike; prolly last years offspring still hangin on. The weather on Thursday has me thinking of calling in well and leaving early in the morning and coming home in time to pick up the kids. We'll see
Posted 17 October 2017 - 09:37 AM
got mine at the start of a 3 day rain/snow shower
if you can do it , thats when they be on the move and more visible
Posted 17 October 2017 - 03:23 PM
No I get it BBH. Just cant always hunt the ideal conditions like we want; only had last weekend Looks like the little weather that is forecast is coming later than I need. I have a Boy Scout camp this weekend here in the hills above Livermore and I would be pushin it trying to go. Thought about leaving the house at 3 am, hit the hills in the rain til 1ish and then haul a$$ back to pick up kids from school. If it was raining tomorrow I would call in sick and go. Oh well
Good luck to those still getting after it.
Posted Yesterday, 08:48 AM
here you go B zone hunters
this is a screen shot of buck fire in shasta trinity forest . red is burning and purple is evac area as of yesterday oct. 17
they been chasing out sasquach and he running for cover .
make pic big and you can see him
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