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    Archery Mulies

    Looking for an area to backpack for big mulies that is at least fairly easy to draw, and produces some good bucks in the Archery season. Don't have to give up your honey hole . just looking for a starting point!!!

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    What state? Nevada?

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    Woops, I forgot to say in Nevada or utah.

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    I've hunted area 101_108 for several years now good odds for resident archers early and late and lots of deer. the big boys like to hang high in the early season anywhere I'm the ruby mountains you can't really go wrong

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    Ever hunted Utah?

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    Utah is up in the air right now. The state is going to a smaller unit system like Colorado in an attempt to better manage its herds. Therefore, its hard to know what areas will be in what units and how many tags will be offered in each unit. Perhaps after next season we'll all have a better idea of where to go.

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    Yeah I'd say rubies you can't go wrong. It always can produce a memorable time!

 

 

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