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Coues population in 37B?

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I have seen quite a few couse and muleys in the hills around the old Tiger Mine Road off HWY77 between Oracle and San Manuel.

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...you are not going to pass up a nice muley are you?

 

Of course not! If I don't turn up any shooter whitetails on my scouting trips, I will probably focus mostly on muleys for the hunt.

 

and I wanna see the muley harvests you have Mr. Natural, dont hold out on us

 

I think I have posted these before, but since you asked. All these bucks were taken in 37B by my neighbor and I over the last several years.

 

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As far as the Tiger Mine Rd. area goes, I am not a fan. The few times I have been in that area during the hunt, there have been several large deer camps, and quads and side x sides running all over creation. That's just not my scene, I am fond of quiet and solitude. There are plenty of good muley areas in the unit that get little pressure. I am hoping to find a good Coues area with little pressure as well, but I suspect I will have my work cut out for me...

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As far as the Tiger Mine Rd. area goes, I am not a fan. The few times I have been in that area during the hunt, there have been several large deer camps, and quads and side x sides running all over creation. That's just not my scene, I am fond of quiet and solitude. There are plenty of good muley areas in the unit that get little pressure. I am hoping to find a good Coues area with little pressure as well, but I suspect I will have my work cut out for me...

You might want to look at the White Canyon Wilderness. It is basically west of the Ray pit.

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...you are not going to pass up a nice muley are you?

 

Of course not! If I don't turn up any shooter whitetails on my scouting trips, I will probably focus mostly on muleys for the hunt.

 

and I wanna see the muley harvests you have Mr. Natural, dont hold out on us

 

I think I have posted these before, but since you asked. All these bucks were taken in 37B by my neighbor and I over the last several years.

 

35920975512_0132f31eb7.jpg

 

35956946041_477ee1960b.jpg

 

35250449414_e8af9b6613.jpg

 

35920940092_851442b62f.jpg

 

I have seen those pictures before, Just not on this website. nice!

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Daggum, 37b is the new 4b.

No sh_t! Does anyone know where I can get a 150 muley not looking for your 170s just a nice 150

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You might want to look at the White Canyon Wilderness. It is basically west of the Ray pit.

 

Thanks, I have actually explored the White Canyon Wilderness some, more as a hiking destination and not so much as a deer hunting destination. Saw a fair amount of deer (and cougar) sign, but wasn't paying that much attention the times I was there. Rough country!

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No shoot! Does anyone know where I can get a 150 muley not looking for your 170s just a nice 150

 

They're out there, in pretty much every unit. Ya just gottta do your homework, and maybe get a bit lucky too.

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There was a couple years ago everybody was posting bruisers from 37a. It's the new 7.

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I can remember running into the WM for 37B at the time in 1998 or 1999 and the unit had just switched over to the any antlered deer hunt so I asked him if there were a lot of whitetails. He said not to many but the reason for the change was he had checked a guy that had killed a 3X3 whitetail I believe near Krozier(spelling could be wrong) Peak in between Hayden and Kearny and he wrote him a citation because the tag was for mule deer only, after that incident he had the hunt changed to any antlered deer.

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