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aut5150
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Louisiana
Member since Oct 2018
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Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
I just got orders out there and I'd like some input on what people have done for deer hunting the area.


Four Leaf Tayback
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Mid- 30s divorcée’s milfs in Lajaolla


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CamdenTiger
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Lots of cougars, otherwise, good luck...


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The Last Coco
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Take up kayak fishing

My buddy (in the Navy) has been there for 1.5 years and hasn't found anywhere worth trying to hunt that's decently close. He has spent his down time kayak fishing out of la jolla for sand bass, rock fish, california sheepshead, and yellowtail. That's what I'd recommend.


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TheBoo
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The Bay Area
Member since Aug 2012
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Didn't realize those hippies allow hunting in their state.


theOG
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
There is a shite load of outdoor opportunities and normal people when you get outside of the major metropolitan areas.


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bbvdd
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
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Didn't realize those hippies allow hunting in their state.


Outside the 4 major cities metro area, CA is fairly conservative.

I have a customer that is as conservative as can be that's between Sacramento and Tahoe.


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EA6B
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TX
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
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Didn't realize those hippies allow hunting in their state.



Louisiana has around 300,000 acres of public land available for hunting and fishing, California has has over 7 million. With that, and the many other outdoor activities available there, California is probably more deserving of the title "sportsman's paradise" than Louisiana.


Buster180
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
No state that has banned trapping can be considered a sportsman's paradise.


Ron Cheramie
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
You can kill 7 mallards like 100 days out of the year. Shoot elk, whitetail, all kinds of other big game
Catch huge bass and pretty good offshore fishing too
Ain’t the worst place in the world to be


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eng08
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Look up the kayak fishing - you can catch tuna from a kayak in certain spots down south.

My brother in San Fran went sea duck hunting on public land and can see San Francisco high rises.

He routinely goes quail and pheasant hunting on public land or ranches. It’s tough up/down hills though.

A few hours north of LA is like cowboy country - deer, turkeys, mule deer, etc.

Turkeys eat grapes, so maybe try to check with a vineyard? Same with the deer.


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Ron Cheramie
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
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Louisiana has around 300,000 acres of public land available for hunting and fishing,


Way more than that brah
This post was edited on 1/13 at 8:22 pm


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TarnishedWisdom90
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Daphne, AL
Member since Sep 2018
1005 posts

re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Go frick yourself San Diego


NWTFbama
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Member since Aug 2008
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
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San Diego


I heard the Germans discovered it in the early 1900's.


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AUCE05
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
CA is not a great big game part of the country. Maybe some wild hog opportunity.


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BayouFann
CenLa
Member since Jun 2012
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Your best and only shot is on Marine base Camp Pendleton about 45 minutes north. They have dear the size of German Shepherds. If the lack of options doesn’t deter you, the rules and regs will. Fishing is far better. But that mf license is $50 for residents and $130 for nonresidents. Hunting is more expensive than that and not worth it unless you plan on 8+ hour trips north.


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257WBY
Baylor Fan
Member since Feb 2014
2106 posts

re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
Arizona for Coues and desert mule deer with bow. I believe both tags can be had over the counter.

World class bass fishing in SoCal.


Bunsbert Montcroff
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Phoenix AZ
Member since Jan 2008
4917 posts

re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
i am pretty sure you can hunt in the cleveland national forest just east/northeast of san diego. we drive through it on our way to san diego along interstate 8 - have always wanted to stop and explore but we are usually on our way to the beach.


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BayouFann
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
You a shipmate?!


NWTFbama
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re: Anyone ever hunted the San Diego area?
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Arizona for Coues and desert mule deer with bow. I believe both tags can be had over the counter



This is correct. Depending how long you are out there I would be buying points in several states and hunt OTC for the fist yr or two.


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