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    Hi everyone. My wife has drawn a cache/meadowville elk tag and I'm hoping that someone may be able to help me with a little info. I understand there is plenty of private ground s that are a good deal of money.I have done some research and I found some options on public land along with walk in access. Any ideas/areas that I might try would be great help. Thanks

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    Hey Steve. Welcome to the forum. Lots of great folks here and lots of great info. Head over to the New Members section and tell us about yourself. We get a lot of guys joining and asking for help like this on their first post and it doesn't go over to well. So stick around and be apart of the forum and you will get some help.
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    Thanks. I will get on that

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    Not to be a downer, but this is a tough area to hunt if your not on private ground. There is public ground in the unit, but most of it does not hold elk, or very, very few elk. What areas are you looking at to access? You may be able to kill a bull around the private with a GPS and landownership chip, or hope some elk move low into the BLM land and the rolling sage.

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    Thanks for the input. I have a few areas in mind mostly on the east side of the unit. Have had some folks tell me to start there. I use my gps often. Have great program called birds eye view? It wrks very well. Thanks again.

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    Welcome to the forum

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    Wish I had some better info for you, but most of that unit is private and your best bet may be to hunt the fringe along the NF border along the west side of the unit. I believe there is a limited amount of land available. There is a reason that LE tag is much easier to draw, unfortunately. Good luck to you.

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    I had this tag in 2010, if you don't have access to a ranch your gonna be very disappointed. And the only WIA is called CRex, the East Bear Lake is in a general unit not LE!!
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    Your only chance of runnin into any elk will be up in the Otter Creek area!
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    If you don't have options, UT will allow u to turn in the tag prior to the hunt. You lose the tag fee but get you points back. Don't know how many she burned getting the tag. I'm not sure if they make you turn it in a specified number of days before the hunt though. If you think turning it back in May be the way to go, I'd call them tomorrow to find out specifics.

 

 

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