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  1. First OTC Colorado Elk Hunt, A few truths

    I just returned from my first elk hunt, OTC archery in Colorado. The unit that I hunted had an average of 200 archery hunters per year with an average of 10 bulls killed over the past few years. I...
  2. Thread: Everyone Read!

    by ScottR
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    Everyone Read!

    If you can't argue without taking personal shots at each other, that will not be tolerated! Thank you!
  3. Thread: NV deer down!

    by slim jim
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    The brutal pack out...

    The brutal pack out
    http://i1337.photobucket.com/albums/o661/slimjim70/Mobile%20Uploads/A9C4ABF0-0C26-4234-9127-BBF1E370ACC3_zpshjeigp0s.jpg
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    I'll update mine and get it posted, but it'll be...

    I'll update mine and get it posted, but it'll be a little while. It doesn't copy well from excel so I'll have to type it.

    25contender, FWIW look at your base weight....the big three of pack,...
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    but keep in mind, not all of those bucks will...

    but keep in mind, not all of those bucks will move back up. if he has a good spot he will stay put. dont look past lower elv spots
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    I have the razor 11-33X50 compact spotter,...

    I have the razor 11-33X50 compact spotter, purchased it last year in march and didn't check it out until September mule deer hunting noticed some kind of defect in the class when ya zoomed out. I...
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    I have the Razor HD 65 mm spotter. I bought it...

    I have the Razor HD 65 mm spotter. I bought it last year right when they came out and have been very pleased with it.
    The image clarity and resolution is good when conditions are good, even at...
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    personally if you have a high country tag, you...

    personally if you have a high country tag, you are scouting to early.
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    Wilderness areas are a big draw because everyone...

    Wilderness areas are a big draw because everyone can see a giant roadless area on a map. They're difficult to find but there are big chunks of NF with few to no roads but it takes time to find them....
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    Assuming you have decent boots that fit and are...

    Assuming you have decent boots that fit and are broke in I think good quality socks are the most important. Also using the proper socks and boots for the weather you are hunting in is very important....
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    When I was in college, we rented a basement...

    When I was in college, we rented a basement apartment that had no insulation and no heat in the bedrooms. I used a down bag as a bed spread for two years. In the winter it'd drop down to 50 - 55...
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    I think it has to do with breath ability and...

    I think it has to do with breath ability and ventilation for the occupant. Those waterproof materials can get really clammy from my experience resulting in water being trapped in the bag, reducing...
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    I have the full curl system. The system is the...

    I have the full curl system. The system is the pack frame, daypack & the spike duffel for packing in. I also purchased the meat sack that attaches the pack frame. I used this pack last year on an...
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    No first hand experience but did a single night...

    No first hand experience but did a single night backpacking trip through Zirkel and stayed on the main trails. Had a cow wander within 10 feet of the tent so there's at least one animal in there,...
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