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    Bowhunting Region Y,...HELP

    We've been bowhunting Unit 25 right around Burgess Junction for 5 years and have had success...but it's definitely not a back country adventure. Tons of other people, ATVs, and general commotion to lessen the outdoor experience. Anybody care to share other areas in Region Y where one might still get into mule deer but with a few less people. We would be willing to do some hiking to get into a more remote area. I'm a flatlander in my upper 50's and in good shape, but a hardcore 10 mile backpack in would probably be more than we're willing to do. A couple of miles would be OK. You can privately email me if you wish at kcgltd@frontier.com

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    Mike Eastman, Any words of wisdom or advice?

 

 

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