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    I've seen cattle in a few basins I've hunted in CO. I've seen elk in those same basins too. I think humans are more pestered by cattle than elk are.
    I Love the smell of Elk in the mornin
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    I just checked my trail camera's today, and I have a ton of elk pictures every day until the cows moved in. I went from getting probably average of 50 elk pictures a day to less than five a day once the cows moved in. It is amazing how much the elk change their patterns due to cattle. Also on the day I started to get pictures of cattle, I don't have a single picture of elk in daylight. All the elk pictures from that day on have only been night pictures. Just one of those things.
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    What's really frustrating, is when cattle are on BLM ground AFTER the deadline to remove them. Seems BLM officials don't care about enforcing regulations, unless it involves a hunter. Just my 2 cents.

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    I found the elk this last weekend, they are now 2 miles into wilderness country where its mostly rocks and big valleys with no timber, thank God I have horses!!!

 

 

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