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    Quote Originally Posted by ivorytip View Post
    imalso wondering if it may have something to do with the wolves that have moved in .
    I was thinking maybe wolves also. Any fires in that area ? Very strange...

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    no fires, (yet). idahohombre i havent seen wolves at this location but i know they have been in there, ive seen them in the mountains above the last few years

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    Its been weird here in northern utah as well. Ive been hearing bugles since the middle of july, and no wolves to speak of in these areas yet.

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    huh?,my bro just text me and said theres a herd of 50 elk hanging out on the fields couple miles outside of idahofalls. with a big bull???? wierd,

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    You know it could be that there is two full moons this month.. Ha, in Central Wy theres rags around the cow and calves. Big Bulls stil off by themselves. To dang hot around here, I think you guys in idaho have been around normal or maybe less? Found a group of about 200 cows last weekend, not much much for mature bulls.

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    I went up to timberline again this morning. I have to take back what I said now. I found a herd of cows, and heard a few bulls bugling. I just didn't find them before, but they're there.

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    ive heard bulls singing in aug before but usualy only at night with locator calls. this is kinda twilightish

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    I'm with Justin - could be the blue moon!

    Ivory, maybe you're all fevered up with that super-tag, and your eyes are growing horns on the critters!

    Just messin' with you, man!
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    haha im goingn crazy! you have no idea!!!!!

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    Just got back from the high country near Lizardhead Wilderness and is it pretty and green. Got a late start (thats another story!) and really didn't see but a few deer and elk. Got rained on all afternoon. Lots of sign too.
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