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Washington State Big Game Records

The duck hunting is great, but the big game hunting might be even better


For hunters and anglers, the great state of Washington may only be rivaled by Alaska. A number of record-book Columbia whitetail deer came out of the state before Y2K never happened. Since then, the pickings have been slim. Never fear; there’s plenty more to hunt. You can always shift your sights on elk—Rocky Mountain in the east or Roosevelt’s in the west. There’s Shiras’ moose for those gifted at drawing tags. Quite a few large cougars also make the record-book cut. Rocky Mountain goat, bighorn sheep, and mule deer round out this sportsman’s paradise.

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