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    New to Western Big Game hunting

    Hi, I'm a whitetail/turkey fanatic that is starting to expand my taste. I have always dreamed of calling in a big bugling bull and I have decided that its time to start learning and hunting. I am going to chase them mainly with a muzzleloader and possibly a bow but I can't wait to hear my first bugle!

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    Welcome!!! Bugling bulls are awesome. Bugling bulls in the snow and in the clouds makes your jaw drop in awe.
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    Welcome! It is definitely an experience to be in the woods when they are bugling! Nothing beats it!


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    Welcome to EF, There is nothing like a bull screaming right next to you! Good luck and take lots of pics!

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    Missouri, thanks guys!

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    Welcome to the forum.

    If you love to hunt with a muzzleloader, your best opportunities are probably Colorado and New Mexico. Both states have numbers muzzleloader opportunities.
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    Welcome aboard,

    I grew up in Western NC, never saw an elk until I ended up stationed in WA.
    Shot a lot of whitetail but I didn't know what I had gotten in to.
    Hooked up with a bunch of bow hunters and stumbled around aimlessly for the first few bow seasons.
    I will never forget how the hair on the back of my neck stood on end the first time I had a bull bugle near me.
    And how my first close encounter with a bull had me shaking so bad I could barely draw.
    The arrow was banging against the bows riser so bad I just gave up.......... that was about 8 bow kills 12 total elk ago.
    Still looking for a big one.....

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