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    I just learned that we will be moving to Colorado in July! Can't wait for the possibilities. The only part that stinks is that I won't be considered a resident for this hunt season. Yeah I know it's not the monster state for elk but it's better than having no elk at all like know. It's been a dream for a long time!!

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    Where abouts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by westenvy View Post
    I just learned that we will be moving to Colorado in July! Can't wait for the possibilities. The only part that stinks is that I won't be considered a resident for this hunt season. Yeah I know it's not the monster state for elk but it's better than having no elk at all like know. It's been a dream for a long time!!
    It's the monster state for deer, and has the highest population of elk

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    More elk than any other state, and you can only say it's better than no elk at all?

    Why does that piss me off?

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    Looking at houses in Parker/Castle Rock area. Working out of Aurora. Been out a few times as an out of stater, but looking forward to spending some time in the woods and learning the movements of the big game in the area.

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    Welcome to Colorado! Sucks that you have to live here for six months before you can apply as a resident. Guess you will have to pay full price for that OTC elk tag this year... But, you'll save a ton on gas.

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    Welcome to CO! I'm a castle rock resident myself. Feel free to PM me if you would like to learn some of the ways around here since you will be new to the area.

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    lot's of monster elk in Colorado Bud, Just got know where to look! Welcome to Colorado!

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