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    Dream mulie hunt

    If you had to pick the best state to hunt for a monster bck which would you pick? Would you save points up, or if available buy a land owner tag? Guided or unguided? If guided who would you choose? Gun or Bow?

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    Me, I would pick umm AZ just feels right. Would probably hire a guide, and use a rifle.

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    Id go either the sanoran desert bow guided or try to hire cody robbins and head to canada with a bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Id go either the sanoran desert bow guided or try to hire cody robbins and head to canada with a bow.
    Only bad part about where he hunts non res can't hunt mule deer, almost makes you wana jump border for a year or two

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    I would hunt my backyard. i would take devils garden ca archery or eley nevada archery. A guide would help but the feeling of doing it yourself is so much more gratifying. which ever way you go about it as long as your out there, your a hunter in my book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostriverproductions View Post
    Only bad part about where he hunts non res can't hunt mule deer, almost makes you wana jump border for a year or two
    I was under the impression you can but only with a resident guide. To be honest I haven't researched it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    I was under the impression you can but only with a resident guide. To be honest I haven't researched it.
    Well I seen on driven TV, tv show, they went shed hunting up there with cody, they wanted to hunt but cody said only res can hunt mulies in sask? Still I would take some of his whitetail hunting as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostriverproductions View Post
    Well I seen on driven TV, tv show, they went shed hunting up there with cody, they wanted to hunt but cody said only res can hunt mulies in sask? Still I would take some of his whitetail hunting as well
    I saw that episode as well. I was drooling. Alot of his deer footage is amazing. I may be wrong on this but I thought I once overheard a conversation where a guy spends 20-27k a year to go and hunt muleys up there. Regardless its a "dream" hunt. Let me keep dreaming damnit!
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    Utah, DIY in the Henry's with a bow.


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