New to big game

Discussion in 'Big Game Hunting' started by Dallas rifleman, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. Dallas rifleman

    Dallas rifleman G&G Newbie

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    does anyone know about some shooting ranges in snohomish county WA or any great spots for white tail deer I'm new to big game and ya i live in WA state even though it says Dallas thats actually just my name
     
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  2. I have a cousin who lives about 70 miles northwest of Seattle and they have a nice range there. Not sure where you are.
     

  3. Dallas rifleman

    Dallas rifleman G&G Newbie

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    Im about 33 miles south east of seattle
     
  4. SwedeSteve

    SwedeSteve Freedom Zealot Forum Contributor

    This ought to get you started Dallas:

    Snohomish American Legion Trap Arlington Airport, Arlington
    Snohomish Darrington Fish/Game 360-436-1274
    Snohomish Everett Sportsmen 425-252-8832
    Snohomish Granite Falls Sportsmen 360-691-5161
    Snohomish Index Sportsmen 13924 Sultan Basin Rd., Sultan
    Snohomish Kenmore Gun Ranges 425-481-8686
    Snohomish Marysville Rifle Club Lake Ki, Marysville
    Snohomish Nock Point Archery 425-672-8080
    Snohomish Norpoint Shooting and Tactical Training Center 360-386-8832
    Snohomish Sam's Gun Shop/Range 425-348-3006
    Snohomish Seattle Rifle & Pistol Assn 206-632-2072
    Snohomish Twin City Sportsmen 360-629-3474
    Snohomish Tyee Bowmen 425-259-9288
     
  5. Silvertip44 place an ad in your local news paper stating your desire to join a hunting club, we call them Deer camps here.
    Sometime soon there will be ad's in our paper people wanting to join a club and clubs place as's looking for new member's.

    You'll never regret joining a hunting club.

    Side note: Most Deer camps have an area where the members provide there on shelter's for sleeping quarters.
    Some camps have a structure for gathering and cooking meals only.
    The repor and fellowship is something to look forward to.
     
  6. Dallas rifleman

    Dallas rifleman G&G Newbie

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    thanks for the info :veryhappy:
     
  7. SwedeSteve

    SwedeSteve Freedom Zealot Forum Contributor

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  8. grizcty

    grizcty God, Guns, Glory Forum Contributor

    If your new to big game hunting.
    I recommend, that you do like A.H. suggested.
    And also find a trusted & experienced hunting partner, to go with.
    Someone who can show you the ropes, and knows the Regulations..