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110539 No. 110539 ID: 960488
Wasn't sure where to put this thread. Apologies if it needs moved.

I finally built an AR and would like to go hunting for my first time.
Any tips? If anyone in the King county area knows of an area to go for small game, either public or rentable private land, I'd be grateful to know.
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>> No. 110543 ID: 13f512
We need some PACNW operators up in here
>> No. 110546 ID: df12a0

AFAIK, the Cascadians are trying to stay off-grid...
>> No. 110548 ID: 960488
Maybe if I leave piles of jerky and coffee beans out they'll arrive.

I grew up wanting to hunt with my granpa. He was one hell of an outdoorsman and loved to hunt and fish.

Never got the chance to. He died after he gave the toast at his daughter's wedding when I was about 8. Dude's heart basically exploded and he refused to drop til he was done saying his piece.

Wish I could have learned to hunt from him. I figure this year, I'll start trying before I forget everything about him.
>> No. 110597 ID: 522f12
Planning to go with a friend's fiance, as they are both really into it. Not sure where they go. Some manner of private land. My father used to go out towards stampede pass. Otherwise, you are likely going to need to go further afield, and probably rent a plot besides. Wa guns might be a good next step.
>> No. 110655 ID: 960488

How far afield? Apparently the average hunter goes no further than 300 yards into the bush, which seems...not far at all.

I may try using the state's private land registration system, but all the old hunters advised me to go out in person to talk with the landowners in early summer.
>> No. 110669 ID: d9037b
I think the death of /meet/ kinda killed off a lot of less-coordinated get-togethers, and the Cascadian operator faction never was, uh, exceptionally cohesive.

I'd probably be down for some sort of get-together come October, though.

In terms of hunting spots? Fuck if I know, I haven't hunted anything worth noting since I came to WA myself. It's hard enough just finding good shooting spots.
>> No. 110693 ID: b18fec
I think its mostly that all the Cascadians have stopped browsing opchan for one reason or another. Everyones around the same age, so I think they petered off when everyone hit the "have a fulltime job" age, and historic drama on the chan didn't help.

That said, I don't mind hanging out with some new OPERATORS, but I don't know shit about hunting so I didn't chime in earlier. Finding time to do stuff outside of the necessary house and car maintenance on the weekend is hard, and I'm at work until late during the week. Such is the life of an arbeitmachtfreiter.
>> No. 110703 ID: 8c968b
It's not like we don't meet up still occasionally though.

I too don't know shit about hunting and I live in a different area of WA anyway.
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We do, you're right, but we're all now irl friends, not "chantards who meet up", so threads on this board don't really do much texting each other doesnt, and most of those guys don't lurk any more to see meetup threads if they were posted.
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