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    I prefer backpack hunts. Hopefully, I can continue to do so as long as my body holds up.

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    Wow! That is a tough question. At one time it was not hunting unless I bivy packed way into no mans land. I have learned to enjoy it all now. Horses, bivy topacking, base camps is all just as enjoyable. Can not stand the thought of road hunting, yuk! Archery has always been my favorite. So if I have a bow in hand I am having a good time.

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    I would have to say a backpack style hunt would be my preference, but I love them all!


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    Solo back pack bivy hunts have been the most memorable. Still love my comfy wall tent hunts though.

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    +1 for me. It's nice to get packed in and save your legs and take more gear than you need, but I really enjoy backpack camping/hunting.

    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    Something about back-packing camps above timberline during the archery mule deer season does it for me.......tranquility.


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    I suppose my ultimate hunting camp is a solo bivy or one man tent high on a ridgeline in Alaska sheep country. Settling down in an old sheep bed on top of the world as the sun dips below the horizon is a magical feeling.
    In elk and deer country this often becomes a two man backpacking tent deep in the wilderness. On the other hand, I still enjoy taking my tow behind camper into those units with good access roads, where I enjoy all the comforts of home. Many types of camps are excellent, and the point is to be out hunting, not wishing you were back in camp.
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    ..and the winner is, any ol' way you can get into the woods is the best way!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoytnut View Post
    I prefer backpack hunts. Hopefully, I can continue to do so as long as my body holds up.
    I second that. I'm working real hard to get in the best shape I can and hope to reward myself with another memorable high country solo hunt this Fall!
    Member: RMEF, MDF, NRA, DU, PF and Life Member NAHC.

 

 

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