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    Quote Originally Posted by CoHiCntry View Post
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    Spot and stalk is alot of fun if the conditions allow... I took this one last year with my bow. Lots of fun! Good luck!
    That's a really great archery antelope!!! Great job!
    Can't spell scum without U&M... Go 'Cats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoHiCntry View Post
    It was a draw unit but drawn as a second choice.
    Awesome!!! This is my first year applying( just moved here). Planning on building points and trying to draw my second choices next year. Gotta do more homework!!!

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    Colorado, May I ask what unit you drew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.mcolorado View Post
    Colorado, May I ask what unit you drew?
    I drew unit 13 south of Hayden.

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    Spot and stalk is the way to go, I'm too ADD to sit in a blind all day. Definitely dificult and its more about the terrain you are hunting as to your success than anything else. Find a good goat in a good spot and its really fun. Good terrain is rolling/broken terrain usually found 1-2 miles from a river as the terrain breaks up into rolling plains.

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    nice, i know 13 well, good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.mcolorado View Post
    nice, i know 13 well, good luck.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doe Nob View Post
    Spot and stalk is the way to go, I'm too ADD to sit in a blind all day. Definitely dificult and its more about the terrain you are hunting as to your success than anything else. Find a good goat in a good spot and its really fun. Good terrain is rolling/broken terrain usually found 1-2 miles from a river as the terrain breaks up into rolling plains.
    Theres not a hole lot of broken terrain in this unit so its going to be a tough spot and stalk.

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    well, let me know how it works out for you, i may be able to help you out with some private land with good antelope.

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    I'm hunting Northern CO for Antelope and possibly WYO.

    Need to get out there and put some boots to the ground.

    Rudy

 

 

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