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    Look out for the cow in the front of the line and the one right in front of the bulls. They are the smart ones. When they stick their nose straight up, you better figure out what you are doing in a hurry.

    Enough serious stuff. Have fun and get some pics to share.

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    Anyone been up to 34 recently? We found a few on a day of scouting last week but could still use any advice people have for the late season archery hunt

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    Ltsheets,

    I'm sure you know that elk are large animals. You might ruin a good elk trip were you to shoot. That's an old hunting joke. Anyway, be prepared to move a huge animal in order to gut it and move it to your vehicle. Here's a tip I've learned the hard way: if you're going to hunt a great distance from your vehicles, try to line up horses. If there are horse owners in the area you're going to hunt & if it's allowed by law, check with them before you hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SansSouci View Post
    Ltsheets,

    I'm sure you know that elk are large animals. You might ruin a good elk trip were you to shoot. That's an old hunting joke. Anyway, be prepared to move a huge animal in order to gut it and move it to your vehicle. Here's a tip I've learned the hard way: if you're going to hunt a great distance from your vehicles, try to line up horses. If there are horse owners in the area you're going to hunt & if it's allowed by law, check with them before you hunt.
    Thanks sans. I'm taking plenty of 550 chord and the plan is to quarter the elk and pack it out in 2 trips between me and my hunting buddy. If I'm lucky enough to shoot a bull big enough that I have to carry out the cape/antlers in a separate trip, then I'll consider that a good problem to have!


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    I would be looking at the areas bordering the Indian Res. I Don't have any personnel experience in this unit, but that's where i would start.

    Good luck and enjoy your hunt!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ltsheets View Post
    Thanks sans. I'm taking plenty of 550 chord and the plan is to quarter the elk and pack it out in 2 trips between me and my hunting buddy. If I'm lucky enough to shoot a bull big enough that I have to carry out the cape/antlers in a separate trip, then I'll consider that a good problem to have!


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    Don't pack elk bones out if the forest. Take the time to bone it out gutless style and hang the meat up. Your back will love you for it.

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    I'd bet if he got or gets one it will take the two of them more than two trips to the truck with all the meat, etc. It always takes me and my buddy three trips with one trip just to get the hindquarters out alone as heavy as they are and we do the gutless method.

 

 

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