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    Where to Find Trophy Bulls


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    Interesting. Thanks for sharing

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    Interesting. I would think that when discussing trophy elk states, New Mexico would be in the conversation.. And, Nevada too..
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    Yeah, how in the world do you forget Nevada and New Mexico which are both definitely in the top 4.
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    I thought it was a pretty good read, even though it was pretty short. It was surprising that he left out New Mexico.

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    Very interesting leaving out New Mexico and Nevada, but giving high praise to Colorado which is known for massive slaughter of small raghorns, except in hard to draw units...Whereas I know of a large number of bulls between 360-400 taken in general tag units here in WY this year...But that being said every person you ask is going to have a different selection of the top six for the most part. But being a Idaho native, I have a hard time agreeing Idaho over new mexico and nevada in terms of number of BIG bulls that are taken each year..The name of the article says "Best state for a monster bull", yet for both colorado and Idaho it seems he makes his choice based on the fact you can just have a good hunt there with lots of elk or public land... I think he got a little off his topic when he started writing...

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    If he didn't mention the Gila or Nevada I'm not even going to bother reading the link!

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    No Nevada? He's obviously never hunted there before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    If he didn't mention the Gila or Nevada I'm not even going to bother reading the link!
    Lol me neither.
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