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    White river national forest and flat top wilderness

    Hey guys, I live in utah and have decided I am going to hunt bow hunt Colorado this year. It's pretty overwhelming trying to figure out where you are going to hunt in a completely new area. I was just wondering if anyone has some info or recommendations on the white river and flat top wilderness. There is so many trailheads I have no idea where to Evan start. And what time of the year to hunt. Thank you for any advice and help

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    Are you really going to try to plan a bow hunt for this year keeping in mind its already October 23?

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    Oh sorry next year lol

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    Stop by the new members section and introduce yourself. Our brethern like to know you a bit before they share GPS coordinates.

    Also, have you tried searching the forum? This area is huge and comprised of several different units and there is already a ton of information on here for this area. Might help get you started then you can ask more detailed questions later.

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    Will do, thank you

 

 

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