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    Going Elk hunting In the morning

    I didn't get a tag this year but I do get to guide.

    You guy's will have to do the Political Debating for a day or two cause we need 3 Elk and are going to go get them.

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    Lucky!

    Have fun!

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    Enjoy!

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    Pics or it didn't happen

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    Try Packwood, Washington:

    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle Times
    PACKWOOD, Lewis County

    They amble and lollygag about town, visiting, snacking and snoozing.

    The elk of Packwood, a town of about 1,500 in the Cascade foothills, are as much a signature here as logging used to be before this community turned to tourism and recreation for most of its dollars.

    So it's no surprise there's an uproar over a state proposal after 15 citizen complaints of elk damage to allow hunting of the town's celebrity residents in a new area: a mile-deep corridor along both sides of Highway 12 from Morton through Packwood. There were seven complaints in 2007.
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...92_elk15m.html

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