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    colorado units 75 and 751- new to site

    Hello guy's, I'm new to the site and am trying to get some info on units 75 and 751 for elk and muleys. I went on my first ever elk hunt in 2013 in unit 55 and was fortunate enough to kill a nice 5x5 bull. I live in Tennessee and cannot get out ahead of time to put my boots to the ground but have used Google earth and other maps to try and get as much info as possible. I have spoken to a local guy that has hunted these areas with some success and this is one of the reasons I put in for these areas, and also unit 55 had a lot of hunters on it in 2013. I have drawn a mule deer tag and plan on buying a over the counter bull tag. Any info that can be shared would greatly be appreciated.
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    Hunt high (above 11,600') and look for basins with alpine willow for deer.......elk will be in the timber just below timberline.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

    B&C / P&Y Official Measurer

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    Welcome to the forum Vols1. Sounds like you know how to find the elk.

    I've hunted elk in unit 54. Personally there were was too much pressure near and around the parks. I would focus on deep timber especially on ridge lines and definitely if you get snow. As for deer if you're not finding any keep hiking.

    I have not hunted your area but from my experience these methods have produced for me everywhere. Good luck!

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    What season?

 

 

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