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Old 11-12-2007, 12:55 PM
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KC10Chief
 
Join Date: Feb 2003
Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA
Posts: 112
Default RE: Okies - Check In!

ORIGINAL: davs2601

Hey KC10Chief, you are correct on the tags. Unless you have a lifetime license you will either have to buy all your deer tags or buy them as you need them.

Are you going down to Love Valley for gun season?? I got drawn for a gun hunt this sunday at Ft. Sill, I didnt realize they start thier season before the rest of the state but thier gun hunts are only on the weekends. Im going to head down to Altus-Lugert on the 17th, you are more than welcome to head down with me and a buddy if you want. I live about 3 miles from Tinker. Theres not a ton of deer on the section we hunt at Altus-Lugert, but so far we have been the only people to hunt the area, thats why we always go back. Last year I ran into a real monster of a buck out there during archery season, hopefully I will see him again. Oh Altus Lugert is Slug only, and I believe its antlered only as well.

I would think that 180 grain would be overkill, but I doubt you would have to do any tracking. You would be fine with 150 grain

Have you been shooting all those hogs at Love Valley, me and a buddy went down there during june or so....it was a fricking jungle. We didnt see anything down there, but I hear there are a ton of them out there.
Thanks for the offer! I doubt I'll be able to make it due to work and all. But thanks anyways. Thanks for the info too. I still need to get down to Ft. Sill and take their class they require for hunting there.

I have shot most of my hogs at Love Valley. I love that place. It's so nice out there. It can get REALLY thick in some places though. Back in April, a couple of friends went down there to hog hunt. They got into the woods, got turned around and spent the night out there in the pouring rain. They were on a little peninsula that turned into an island due to the rain. A search and rescue helicopter found them the next day. Anyways, there are a lot of hogs out there. I've seen them in packs of 75 or more a couple of times. But the Wildlife Department went through there earlier this year with a helicopter and a machine gun and cleaned a lot of them out. What a shame.
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