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  1. Sharpstick nailed it! ...probably an older bull...

    Sharpstick nailed it! ...probably an older bull with a bit of experience under his "belt." Great clip! ...would be interesting to know what happened after that; did the herd split between the two...
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    VERY nice! ...nice choice on equipment, too! ...

    VERY nice! ...nice choice on equipment, too! :-)

    What are your plans for this year? NM again, or somewhere else?

    Chris
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    I wondered if this was where this thread was...

    I wondered if this was where this thread was headed...

    What I stated in response to the question ASKED wasn't (I don't think) confusing, and I wasn't "trying" to say anything other than what I did...
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    Not knowing what UNIT you're interested in limits...

    Not knowing what UNIT you're interested in limits the discussion on quality, but - in general - none of the limited draw units in the State for elk have point restrictions. By limiting the number of...
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    I sit on the Colorado Citizen's Wildlife Advisory...

    I sit on the Colorado Citizen's Wildlife Advisory Council, and this topic is one that we'll be bringing up soon. In Colorado, there's been a general reluctance to "publicly" bring up the topic of...
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    How is the Rosey population doing????

    I lived in WA back in the early '90's and had fun chasing Roseys around and am interested in getting back up that way to do so again.

    What's the population like these days? Any "major" changes...
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    For OTC archery pronghorn, there ISN'T much...

    For OTC archery pronghorn, there ISN'T much public land in the northern half of the eastern plains of Colorado - pretty much none! You pretty much have to go south of I-70 to find public ground...
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    Its not an area known for trophy quality...

    Its not an area known for trophy quality really... its not a big herd, and the MAJORITY of bulls in the area are younger age class. Access is pretty good, so it gets hit a fair bit by hunters.
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    Trophyhill - per your question regarding what...

    Trophyhill - per your question regarding what makes a BULL attractive to a COW...

    A lot depends on age structure and sex ratio of the herd you're interested in, and what stage of her "choice"...
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    It CAN be a good area, but it is VERY hit or...

    It CAN be a good area, but it is VERY hit or miss. Here are a couple of points you might want to consider:
    1) The area in general is more "winter range" than prime "summer range"...that's partly...
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