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#2606957 - Mon Mar 05 2012 01:42 AM southwest pa question
ackers acres Offline
apprentice

Registered: Fri Feb 03 2012
Posts: 19
Loc: nw pa
anyone hunt robinson twp? i have some famiy property around quicksilver golf club, but live over 3 hours away and never get down there for deer season. hoping maybe someone hunts or spots in that area can fill me in on possible deer numbers in the area thanx

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#2607207 - Mon Mar 05 2012 11:23 AM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
mauser06 Offline
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Registered: Tue Nov 05 2002
Posts: 9980
Loc: PA
probably VERY good if the surrounding land and the land you can access is heavily posted and tough to hunt like much of it in the area...

hit or miss in SW PA..either over run with hunters and very few deer or locked up tight with lots of deer...

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#2607217 - Mon Mar 05 2012 11:31 AM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
bushmaster Offline
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Registered: Thu Feb 05 2009
Posts: 2406
Loc: Aliquippa, PA
Robinson Twsp. Washington County is a great place to hunt. If your family property is close to the golf club, you should have no problem seeing some nice buck.
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#2607229 - Mon Mar 05 2012 11:35 AM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
gstiegeljr Offline
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Registered: Mon Mar 06 2006
Posts: 2655
Loc: Washington County, PA
Are we talking about Robinson Twp Washington County or Robinson Twp Allegheny County?
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#2607230 - Mon Mar 05 2012 11:36 AM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
gstiegeljr Offline
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Loc: Washington County, PA
Nevermind...I didn't see the reference to Quicksilver.
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#2607485 - Mon Mar 05 2012 03:17 PM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
zekedogg Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 15 2010
Posts: 925
Loc: Mars, PA.
shoot me a pm with location and I'll let you know. wink
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#2607745 - Mon Mar 05 2012 06:19 PM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
good ole boy Offline
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Registered: Wed Jan 20 2010
Posts: 5489
Loc: Washington Co. Pa.
Their is a fella on here that can give you some top notch info on this.He lives real close to there.I think his handle is c-spot.

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#2607765 - Mon Mar 05 2012 06:35 PM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
cspot Offline
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Registered: Wed Dec 12 2007
Posts: 5711
Loc: Western PA-2A
You shouldn't have any problem seeing deer anywhere around there.
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#2607977 - Mon Mar 05 2012 08:29 PM Re: southwest pa question [Re: cspot]
Getinearly Offline
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Registered: Sun May 27 2007
Posts: 11450
Loc: 409
Yep, deer numbers in the area around there are decent. Live about 7 miles from there. Often see deer on the course and surrounding fields. SGLs down the road also hold decent deer numbers.
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#2608056 - Mon Mar 05 2012 09:08 PM Re: southwest pa question [Re: ackers acres]
ackers acres Offline
apprentice

Registered: Fri Feb 03 2012
Posts: 19
Loc: nw pa
what had me concerned is that there doesnt seem to be a lot of big agricultural fields like soybeans or corn. since the last time i was there (10+ years) the gas companies have leased a lot of land, mine included. not sure what the main food sources in these areas are. old orchards and grass/hay? look the most likely. thanx

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