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Looking for the units offering the most deer, or the best chance at tagging a trophy? From blacktails and Columbian whitetails on the west side to mule deer and whitetails on the east, we did the research for you!  (August 2007)2007 Oregon Deer Hunting Outlook

2007 Oregon Deer Hunting Outlook

Looking for the units offering the most deer, or the best chance at tagging a trophy? From

Have you noticed more big-racked blacktail deer in the Puget Sound area's suburban fence lines and river bottoms? Now's the time to take a look at the Evergreen State's next great hunting opportunity. (July 2008)Backyard Blacktails

Backyard Blacktails

Have you noticed more big-racked blacktail deer in the Puget Sound area's suburban fence lines

Kevin Miller

Before you burn through a tank of gas, check out this unit-by-unit survey of the upcoming deer season.2008 Washington Deer Forecast

2008 Washington Deer Forecast

Before you burn through a tank of gas, check out this unit-by-unit survey of the upcoming deer

To be in the right place at the right time when the sun comes up on opening day, stay on top of the new information and regulations.2008 Oregon Deer Outlook

2008 Oregon Deer Outlook

To be in the right place at the right time when the sun comes up on opening day, stay on top

Blacktails occupy a wide range of habitat, from the Cascades to the Pacific Ocean. Where you find them this time of year can depend on several factors, rain being one of them.Oregon Hotspots for Rainy Day Blacktails

Oregon Hotspots for Rainy Day Blacktails

Blacktails occupy a wide range of habitat, from the Cascades to the Pacific Ocean. Where you

Our deer season preview will help you make heads and tails of the options you face in your quest to fill your tags. (August 2009)Washington Deer Outlook

Washington Deer Outlook

Our deer season preview will help you make heads and tails of the options you face in your

Oregon deer hunters should be seeing more mule deer in five eastern units in the next few years. In the meantime, the state's variety of mulies, blacktails and whitetails will keep them busy. (August 2009)Oregon 2009 Deer Forecast

Oregon 2009 Deer Forecast

Oregon deer hunters should be seeing more mule deer in five eastern units in the next few

Try these two tactics any time dry conditions or other less-than-optimum conditions dominate your Western Oregon or Western Washington blacktail hunt.Blacktails -- The Rest Of The Story

Blacktails -- The Rest Of The Story

Try these two tactics any time dry conditions or other less-than-optimum conditions dominate

Glenn Summers

If you live in Western Washington, here are some of the top rivers and rigs to catch returning runs of bright chinook. (June 2009)Spring Into Chinook Action

Spring Into Chinook Action

If you live in Western Washington, here are some of the top rivers and rigs to catch returning

The Columbia is the big show when it comes to Northwest walleye fishing. But just outside the spotlight,these lakes boast many fish and few fishermen. (June 2009)9 'Other' Walleye Hotspots

9 'Other' Walleye Hotspots

The Columbia is the big show when it comes to Northwest walleye fishing. But just outside the

From Westport to Neah Bay, Washington anglers can once again enjoy catching saltwater Chinook salmon. Here's your guide to the best places.Go West For Early Summer Chinook

Go West For Early Summer Chinook

From Westport to Neah Bay, Washington anglers can once again enjoy catching saltwater Chinook

When a major river passes through the three largest cities in the state and produces 60,000-plus spring-run salmon, you can expect plenty of excitement. Welcome to Oregon's Willamette River.Springers of the Willamette

Springers of the Willamette

When a major river passes through the three largest cities in the state and produces

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