In Focus: Weekly Lewis County Area Hunting Highlights
"Blacktail taken by my boys yesterday!" Chronicle staffer Sarah Burdick wrote when submitting these photos late last month. Left to right in the first image are Sawyer and Spencer Burdick. These deer were harvested during the black-tailed deer general season. Late season starts up again Nov. 17-20. These deer were harvested in "the Willapa Hills area." Sarah Burdick wouldn't provide an exact location so as to avoid giving up her sons' hunting grounds. The Chronicle is including photos and details of successful local hunting and fishing outings in every Thursday edition. To be included, just send photos and information to email@example.com.
"This is our son, Landon Bozarth, 9, with his first blacktail buck! Harvested October 21, 2022. We are so proud of his accomplishment. So many hours of study, target practice and dedication came together to make this happen." — Brad and Maleah Bozarth
"Here's a deer I shot on Oct. 21 with my buddy. First time hunting in seven years. We got it out Camp Nine Road in Winston Creek. I'm glad I've got friends like these that’ll help make memories with me." — Gage Hastings
Benjamin Zion, of Winlock, harvested this 6x5 bull elk on Sunday of opening weekend. Submitted by Natalie Carter. The Chronicle publishes photos and details of recent local hunts and fishing outings in every Thursday edition. To be included, just send photos and information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evan Tornow harvested this buck around the Boistfort area on Oct. 26. This photo was submitted by Katelynn Guenther.
"Here is a picture of my grandson’s first elk. Carter Smith, age 11, got his first bull elk while hunting near Boistfort on Nov. 6." — Matthew Moses
"My name is Kristina Snodgrass! This was killed in Lewis County on Oct. 25. I'm beyond grateful for this opportunity to be able to provide for my family. I got into hunting about seven years ago thanks to my husband Abraham. He has always been by my side and has taught me everything there is to know about hunting. It's a very rewarding, awesome feeling to be able to get one down and it’s definitely our favorite sport we look forward to each year. Also wanted to wish those out there good luck!"
"Our son Easton Rivera, age 9. First year hunting and filled his tag, harvested from the St. Helens Tree Farm." — Submitted by Mikayla Ellis
The Chronicle is including photos and details of successful local hunting and fishing outings in every Thursday edition. To be included, just send photos and information to email@example.com. The Chronicle is also accepting submissions from all manner of outdoor recreation.