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    You hit the price right on the money. If you would like here is his web site.

    http://www.abarzoutfitters.com./index.php

    The top cabin with the hunters and elk is at the jumping off location on Whitetail Lake which has some great fishing. The cabin in the lower picture is inside of the wilderness that you would ride horses to. The person that took the picture is standing on the bank of the river that they follow to the cabin.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    Thanks JimP,
    I'll check out your link, the info is GREATLY appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    Awesome video!!
    Thank you so much for your offer, guys like you make this forum so great !!
    Unfortunately I live about 3 hours south of Cheyenne and I doubt if that's close enough to make it work.
    Dang Colorado and our no baiting laws ...
    There is "fair" bear hunting in the Snowy Range and "good" bear hunting in the Sierra Madres...these would be your closest locations.
    Don't fence me in!

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    A great problem to have. My wife doesn?t want a bear rug in the house. Lol
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    A great problem to have. My wife doesn?t want a bear rug in the house. Lol
    I got a 3/4 mount done out of mine... maybe she would like that better???

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    Yeah, it's really not a bad problem at all :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    A great problem to have. My wife doesn?t want a bear rug in the house. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
    You hit the price right on the money. If you would like here is his web site.

    http://www.abarzoutfitters.com./index.php

    The top cabin with the hunters and elk is at the jumping off location on Whitetail Lake which has some great fishing. The cabin in the lower picture is inside of the wilderness that you would ride horses to. The person that took the picture is standing on the bank of the river that they follow to the cabin.
    I see some color phase bears on their website, did you have a good opportunity for one when you hunted with them?

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    You could think about Wisconsin. Right now preference points cost about $5 and the non resident tag will run about $250. Assuming a little point creep, the three most viable units will take 6-17 years to draw. You can hunt over bait, with hounds, or both The key is finding a good guide, which will run you around $1,000 for a week give or take. That $1,000 won't include food or lodging, but you can generally find lodging pretty cheap in northern Wisconsin. Wisconsin has taken about as many boone and crockett bears as anyone. Shoot me a PM if you want a little more direction.

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