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    Best unit for elk in Idaho?

    What unit is the best unit for elk and why?

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    I give up.

    What is it?

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    I am asking you guys

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    probably where there are the least amount of wolves!

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    This is not the kind of question to ask.
    DIY til I DIE

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    does least amount of wolves = most amount of hunters?

    hopefully some wolf hunting will help deer/elk quality...

    but aren't wolves just 1 of the many.... ie.. cougars, black bears, brown bears, coyotes?

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    The unit that has the biggest bulls, man even I knew that one

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    Yea it probably does = most hunters.
    There are way to many predators in Idaho. All have an effect on the herds im sure.

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    Also unit 63 would be good but all the elk are on INL and you cant hunt there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I give up.

    What is it?
    Now that's funny!

 

 

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