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    I would buy one of the Governor tags for Colorado...

    Yea that would make for a fun fall and winter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Utah, DIY in the Henry's with a bow.


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    I agree with Velvet, Henry Mountains would be #1 on my list!

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    First it would have to be a wilderness/backcountry type of hunt. The probably Colorado or Wyoming. Altho I would love to hunt the Kaibab on Northern Az. too.
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ID:	4961I agree with crimson arrow. Colorado eastern plains. These guys are about a 2 hour drive and don't take any point to draw. It doesn't matter if it is bow or muzzleloader as long as the corn is still standing.Who could ask for anything more!

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    This seems like a pretty good spot for a trophy mule deer hunt:

    http://www.utahelkhunt.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    This seems like a pretty good spot for a trophy mule deer hunt:

    http://www.utahelkhunt.com/index.html
    Isn't this a high fenced hunt? I know a guy that smoked a big bull on this ranch.

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    Utah, Henry Mtns, DIY with a bow.
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ID:	4961I agree with crimson arrow. Colorado eastern plains. These guys are about a 2 hour drive and don't take any point to draw. It doesn't matter if it is bow or muzzleloader as long as the corn is still standing.Who could ask for anything more!
    Now them are some nice bucks, I have always wanted to hunt over there too

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    Isn't this a high fenced hunt? I know a guy that smoked a big bull on this ranch.
    I looked at there site, looks like deer are free range, think I read they have like 70,000 acres private?

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    I think an early CO rifle hunt would be tops for me.

 

 

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