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    I?ve run away from rising trout being chased by skeeters in the Medicine Bow.

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    From my experience elk love beetle kill timber for transition from feeding to bedding areas. They feel secure in there and usually has excellent feed.

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    This is an excellent reason to stay focused in the "workout thread" portion of the forum. Can be life altering in more ways than one!

    Quote Originally Posted by Slugz View Post
    I have no info on the area just a comment on safety and wind. I've only been scared in the woods once, like heart racing scared. I was hunting a beetle kill area that was roughly 5-7 years old I think. Lots of great shoot grass in there that all wildlife loved. Then the wind kicked up, snow started to blow, and the wind kicked up more. Trees were coming down all over. Loud as all hell. I unloaded my gun, slung it and started to run to the nearest edge. I ran to near exhaustion. It was just a plain bad idea to be in there with weather coming at me. Be safe.

 

 
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