colorado mule deer-rifle-unit 15

cmbbulldog

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Jul 18, 2011
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Thanks for the report back! 2500 for a LO tag is a steal these days. Sorry you had a tough go of it, lots of folks in CO this year had tough hunts.
 

cmbbulldog

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Jul 18, 2011
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21
I don’t know specifically for unit 22, but hearing lots of folks across CO had a tougher than normal time this year.
 

JimP

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Mar 28, 2016
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Gypsum, Co
For units 22 and 21 the migration kicked in way late since there were no storms up high until the start of second season.

From what I have heard it was a very weird year trying to get into animals. My brother in law did tag out in 21 but we saw very few bucks.
 

DRUSS

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Jun 22, 2014
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15
nw oregon
I hunted 22 3rd this year. it was the first time I have hunted it so I cant compare to years past. But I did expect to see more deer than I did. weather was high teens in the mornings and up to low 60s mid day. only snow was left from the week before season started.
 

HIcountryman

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Nov 30, 2019
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CO
Stay out of the Antlers Lol.

Many years ago I had a buddy accidentally bump one of the local "cowboys" and spilled a little of his beer once and the guy overreacted a bit...

He found out just because you wear a duster, that doesn't make you tough. Besides....and I quote "Coors Light is a girls beer anyhow"...lol
Ha Ha. I live here in yampa and could see that happening... Some dudes in the Royal Hotel bar (it has since burned down) started talkin some sh** towards me while i was in there for a burger and beer and football after hunting in the Flat Tops before i moved here... I did not wish to go 1 vs. 3 drunks so i got outta there.
I'm a bit late on this topic but if i wanted to stay somewhere in 15 i would try State Bridge lodge and cabins.