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    I'd like to use my points for a September hunt in Wyoming this year, but that all depends on the other irons I've got in the fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mntnguide View Post
    He is very identical on both sides. Very minimal deductions side to side

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    I hope you find him! Looking forward to seeing what you turn up this year, it?s going to be tough for you to beat last year.


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    Yes sir! Not sure where yet but I'll be up there one way or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottR View Post
    I hope you find him! Looking forward to seeing what you turn up this year, it?s going to be tough for you to beat last year.


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    I know.. everyone keeps reminding me that haha. Kinda hard to top those 2 otc animals in one year again, but i can't wait to start putting the miles on trying!

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    [QUOTE=mntnguide;264645]I know.. everyone keeps reminding me that haha. Kinda hard to top those 2 otc animals in one year again, but i can't wait to start putting the miles on trying!

    The cool part is you know the area even better this year!
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    Yea some cool bucks for you wyo boys last year congrats again to you both on some great bucks!

    I will be up high for me that is 11,500+ once mid July hits. Already have a couple of family backpacking trips planned as nothing better than time scouting w family. Then I will go out solo a few more with one a exploration trip as we all have to see new area's. With all the snow we already have I would think most passes will not open until about July 4th this year.

    Last year decided to leave a couple points on the table and drew a archery license. Had a great scouting season and found 3-4 great bucks with one that really stood out. Yea he did..

    Put a ton of time into finding/scouting/patterning him but alas after putting him to bed on the last sunday before the opener on the way back to the truck I rolled a 4 wheeler over myself it got my leg, alone, in a rain/hail storm... I did not break it but could barley walk and against doctors orders decided to hunt. As the buck I was hunting was a once in a lifetime type opportunity. Needless to say the injury made the hunt a more of a challenge than I expected but in 15 days hunting I got with in 46, 55, and 80 yards of my target buck. With a bow sometimes it works out and sometimes it does not this time luck was with the buck. Still a great adventure, where I met some great folks, and all in all one of the most amazing seasons I have had.

    Anyway got my eye on a few I hope to see return once the snow melts and should have some time to put together of a video of some of them. The wife is getting a couple of points again and was thinking of hunting the muzzy hunt this year but with the late dates I think we will push that hunt off one more year.

    Below is a short vid of a buck I got with the family in tow and hope to see make the winter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoV View Post
    Yea some cool bucks for you wyo boys last year congrats again to you both on some great bucks!

    I will be up high for me that is 11,500+ once mid July hits. Already have a couple of family backpacking trips planned as nothing better than time scouting w family. Then I will go out solo a few more with one a exploration trip as we all have to see new area's. With all the snow we already have I would think most passes will not open until about July 4th this year.

    Last year decided to leave a couple points on the table and drew a archery license. Had a great scouting season and found 3-4 great bucks with one that really stood out. Yea he did..

    Put a ton of time into finding/scouting/patterning him but alas after putting him to bed on the last sunday before the opener on the way back to the truck I rolled a 4 wheeler over myself it got my leg, alone, in a rain/hail storm... I did not break it but could barley walk and against doctors orders decided to hunt. As the buck I was hunting was a once in a lifetime type opportunity. Needless to say the injury made the hunt a more of a challenge than I expected but in 15 days hunting I got with in 46, 55, and 80 yards of my target buck. With a bow sometimes it works out and sometimes it does not this time luck was with the buck. Still a great adventure, where I met some great folks, and all in all one of the most amazing seasons I have had.

    Anyway got my eye on a few I hope to see return once the snow melts and should have some time to put together of a video of some of them. The wife is getting a couple of points again and was thinking of hunting the muzzy hunt this year but with the late dates I think we will push that hunt off one more year.

    Below is a short vid of a buck I got with the family in tow and hope to see make the winter.

    Good luck, I look forward to your posts every year from scouting season!


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    I'll be up in the CA high country again. The deer tend to be blacktail/muley crosses at times, but the country is just addicting! I think I go as much for the scenery as I do for the hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Never in Doubt View Post
    I'll be up in the CA high country again. The deer tend to be blacktail/muley crosses at times, but the country is just addicting! I think I go as much for the scenery as I do for the hunting.

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    Heavy bases on that buck!
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    Looks like I'll be cashing in a bunch of points for a Colorado muley with my ol'smokepole if'n the winter isn't too godawful like a coupla years ago. Guess I'll be solo once again, just me and my backpack in the high country wilderness area. I swore I'd do it before I turned 72 and that was last year. Gotta go...
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