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    Hopefully burning 9 Wyoming elk points and 27 WA elk points this year. Still behind then 8 ball as far as burning other WY points and CO points...and OR points. Then there’s OTC huntin...we are in the good old days!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
    The only points that I have in Colorado this year are my 5 antelope ones. I'll have to do some looking and see if they might be worth burning or wait another year.

    I burned all my deer and elk points a few years ago and really don't intend on banking them anymore. I will put in for my unit 44 ml hunt and see if I am one of the lucky ones that can draw with 0 points.
    Check out the units that have hybrid draws, I think 5 will get you in. I did draw an antelope hybrid tag 4 or 5 years ago.
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    Burned them up last year. Looking at 0 pt hunts this year.

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    Sitting on 18 colorado deer pts and not sure what I want to do or when. Burned my 15 Colorado elk pts in 2015 in unit 76 and had a great hunt and killed a nice 6X6.
    Do you know what Jim Bridger said about the Indians? " Just when your not seeing any is about the time they are fixing to get the thickest"

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    I wonder what the percentage is that is trying to burn points so they can basically just hunt OTC or 1/2 point hunts vs those that are trying to build points?

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    Joe Schmo:

    I brought this up in another thread. It is not worth building points IMO for the top units. They are not any better than another other units, just less people and pressure. Study the areas and you will find where people don't go, and animals grow big. CO is one huge state with big animals where you find them

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    Planning on burning my 13 res points in unit 61 this year.

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    I have 7 NR elk points and think I will burn them this year for an archery tag. Still researching between 66 and 5 and maybe another unit. Not sure which way to lean right now.

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    Headed out this week to check on the bulls. I would post pictures but I don’t trust the internet. Let’s just say these next several months until season are going to be very very slow!

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    Sounds like your bulls are still there ... congrats!!

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