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    CAMBA in November

    Hoping to take a trip to cable in november, just wondering if the trails close for deer hunting? that would be my assumption, but I just want to check.
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    No, but there most likely could be snow depending on time of month. We have had three measurable falls and I would not doubt it if the snow is still remaining on north areas and darker cold areas too. Managed to ride there last year right up to December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve O'Punc
    No, but there most likely could be snow depending on time of month. We have had three measurable falls and I would not doubt it if the snow is still remaining on north areas and darker cold areas too. Managed to ride there last year right up to December.

    But can I ride with the reasonable expectation of not getting shot at?
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    Nope. If you're riding during hunting season, ride expecting to be shot at. Wear orange over your helmet and torso. I just don't ride during gun deer. Too dangerous.

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    Just wear orange. I have ridden many times during hunting season and seen the hunters out there. Just wave and say hi.
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    Dead Kennedys

    Was there last year during hunting season and never saw any hunters nor parked cars and had the trails to myself. Did see a huge buck! Heard it grunting and snorting and we spotted each other, but that buck did not like me there and started scratching up the ground and hitting trees with its antlers and some really aggressive approaches. I loved it and no one there to kill this magnificent animal! Don't get me wrong I use to hunt alot and still go after small game, but kind of lost the taste for "trophy hunting". And yes there was snow on the ground, but all still very rideable.

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