Washington State Mule Deer By: manager Date Uploaded: December 11, 2003 Description: Gallery: Live Mule Deer 13 Comments MuleyMadness December 11th, 2003 "I let him go this year to see what he will be next year.† I have seen him in this area for 3 years now.† This year he was a 5×6.† 4 point frame with eyeguards and a 10 inch tine off the mainbeam on his left side." Eric Braaten Log in to Reply Guest December 28th, 2003 my dad and i just started hunting mule deer in washington two years ago and i was wondering what gmu that photo was taken in, that a good size buck, i know for the rifle season you need to get up high for the big bucks, we hunt in the chewuch unit Log in to Reply Guest January 9th, 2004 He is a great big buck I wish I would hunt in Washington. Log in to Reply Guest February 13th, 2004 That is a great buck indeed, but bucks like that are hard to comeby in this state, you have to work really hard to find a buck like that during deer season, or have good luck, nice buck. Log in to Reply Guest March 11th, 2004 What a monster deer I wish i would have seen this monster this last hunting season. I was wodering if you could e-mail me about what gmu this was in I am from washington. And only got a way with a 2 by 4 that was 17" wide. Log in to Reply Guest April 4th, 2004 Washington does have its nice bucks, but from my expierience, its public lands crawl with hunters, the non-resident tags are too expensive and the season is too short, and you only see bucks like that when it isnt hunting season Log in to Reply Guest December 7th, 2004 I have hunted Eastern Wash. muleys for many years. I have seen several bucks of this caliber,180 plus…BUT! you either have to go above 6,000ft. or hunt private land by written permission. I am lucky enough to hunt private land around the wheat fields of Lincoln county. Believe me, there are some big deer in this state. I own a rack that measures 221 3/8 NT. It was shot in the Okagnogan in the early 70’s. Once he is mounted and scored officially he will be number 11 for NT. Log in to Reply Guest January 28th, 2005 i hunt Washington too the biggest muley i’ve seen taken out of here is my dad’s 4 point its 19in. wide Log in to Reply Guest February 22nd, 2005 Guys…. I have hunted public land muleys in Washington for for 13 years. Every buck I have harvested is over 20 inches with several 25-27 inch catagory. They are out there. Do your research and some scouting. Hard work pays off. Don’t be afraid to walk a few miles. Log in to Reply Guest July 6th, 2005 He’s right, they are out there. I too have taken a few of bucks in the 22-25 inch range and I hate to say it fellas, but "ya gotta git out of the truck to git er done"! Log in to Reply Guest September 15th, 2005 yeah you cant just road hunt and think your gonna get something…you got to get up and find themh Log in to Reply Guest September 24th, 2005 Sssshhhh…keep the road hunters on the road. It’s better for me. Conversly, I’ve met guys who are just plain lucky getting a four pointer on opening morning with the truck still running!I Log in to Reply Guest October 11th, 2005 I taken a few over twenty and have actually seen 30+ inchers taken. There around. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.