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Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Washington County, PA
Re: diy whitetail out of state
I think any state you do DIY is a good choice. I suggest to not procrastinate, make reservations, get a license, and go hunting. I'm not speaking to you, but just in general, hunters make this out of state hunting to be rocket science. The first season will have a learning curve, but that's to be expected. The biggest hurdle is just being there so that you can actually make some mistakes, learn what areas hold game and which don't, and experience something new.
I decided I wanted to go elk hunting this year, so I did a little research for Colorado, booked a cabin that's surrounded by national forest in a zone with a high success rate and sent a text out looking for some company (found 3 takers). It sounded crazy to about 20 other guys but how are you supposed to learn without packing a bag and making a few mistakes. Besides, as long as you have good company, it's going to be a good trip!
2B, 2A, South East NE, Jefferson National Forest VA
'Pinnin Ain't Easy' 'TR' East Ohio