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    Default Saying Hello From Guam

    Hi all, New member here but not new to the sport. Hope to get avaliable information from this site and maybe contribute a little of my own. We have a small 3d archery club here on Guam and we bowhunt year round for Sambar deer and wild boar. I am always interested in gear review evalution.

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    Default Will let me the1st to wecome you

    This a very good sit alot a info. here all is ask somebody will have a good answer and we maypick your mind to if know something some of us dont we want to know again WELCOME.PS send some nice warm warther to Mo. its been coooolllldddd here have a good day GOD BLESS ALL//////kingfisharchery

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    Welcome to the site. It's always interesting to hear about our favorite sport in other countries.
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    Senior Member j3dGuam's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris
    Welcome to the site. It's always interesting to hear about our favorite sport in other countries.
    Acutally Guam is a USA territory in the western Pacific Ocean. We go through the US Postal service have, zip codes and get 1-800 and other toll free phone service. The weather is either raining or sunning year round. There is a Naval base and an Air Force base here.

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    Default Guam

    Hunting in Guam was quite the adventure for me. I was deployed there last year from April till Sept. I was fortunate enough to catch (as you all in Guam refer to it) several pigs and one Bacha (Doe). It was to my surprise of how good the meat tasted. I had the privlage to go hunting with some of the Conservation Officers on Anderson AB on Taragi Beach. Some good stories and great memories. Maybe someday I will make it back. To all hunters that have not expereinced Guam hunting, it is like no other. Great to hear from you j3dGuam! If you know Nosh and Josh tell them hello.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbmark
    Hunting in Guam was quite the adventure for me. I was deployed there last year from April till Sept. I was fortunate enough to catch (as you all in Guam refer to it) several pigs and one Bacha (Doe). It was to my surprise of how good the meat tasted. I had the privlage to go hunting with some of the Conservation Officers on Anderson AB on Taragi Beach. Some good stories and great memories. Maybe someday I will make it back. To all hunters that have not expereinced Guam hunting, it is like no other. Great to hear from you j3dGuam! If you know Nosh and Josh tell them hello.

    Great to hear from you, I'm glad to hear you had a memorable hunting experience here. I know Nosh and I will pass along the greetings.

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    i live in guam. Ive started archery. Do you know where a archery camp on guam is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kolodian@livel.com View Post
    i live in guam. Ive started archery. Do you know where a archery camp on guam is.

    Where on Guam do you live? Are you in the military? I am a member of the Guam 3d archery club. Which is just a bunch of folks and their families that love to shoot the bow. We generally meet once a month for a fun shoot and a Barbeque. Many of us are bowhunters so we also spend alot of time chasing Wild boars or deer here. Shoot me a PM for more info.

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    Hafa Adai, Welcome to the sight hope you enjoy.
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    Default Guam archery

    Quote Originally Posted by j3dGuam View Post
    Great to hear from you, I'm glad to hear you had a memorable hunting experience here. I know Nosh and I will pass along the greetings.
    Hello I am a Navy SeaBee and currently deployed in Guam. I will be here for the next five months and would love to do some bore and deer hunting on the island. I am trieing to find rules and regulations, locations for hunting, licence information. I would appreciate any infor. People may have thank you.

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    Default New to site deployed for next 5 months

    Hi all I am new to the site and deployed to Guam for the next five months up at Anderson, this is my third time to the island and I finally brought my bow. My buddy and I are looking to do some bore and deer hunting but I have no clue to the rules or regulations and the gas does not have a POC to talk to... Any of y'all ave good info so we can get some hunting started would be appreciated, also is there an archery range to go on the island.

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    Guam what alovely little island!!!!! You can still see the ring you guys left around it in 1944!!I haven't been there since the 90's
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