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Hunting 2010

A guide to hunting deer, elk, waterfowl, grouse, chukars and more in the Inland Northwest, including information about the first hunts allowed at Turnbull Wildlife Refuge.


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  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Washington provides only opportunity for grouse slam

    Washington is a rare bird for wingshooters looking to bag a “slam.” Forest grouse hunters recognize Washington as the only state that offers a four-bird slam, which was born in …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Idaho chukars provide bright spot amid mixed bird-hunting prospects

    Time to start training for the harshest bird hunting terrain in the region, since chukars may be one of the saving graces in a season of mixed news for upland …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Grim pheasant news

    An early June greeted by prolonged rain and cool weather appears to have dampened the hopes of pheasant hunters in Washington’s far-Eastern counties for the second consecutive year. But partridge …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    Elk hunters get chance at Turnbull

    Eastern Washington elk hunters are exploring new terrain this year as Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is allowing special-permit hunting for the first time since the 17,000-acre refuge was established in …


  • Thu., Sept. 16, 2010

    No blues in the Blues for elk hunters

    Blue Mountains elk numbers have increased over the past few years and are doing quite well in most areas, said Pat Fowler, state biologist in Walla Walla. “Calf survival has …