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    Hi kesand72

    I'm thinking a 4th season deer hunt. Public land DIY. Hoping to better my odds being i never hunted in colorado so hoping the weather and closer to the rut will help me. Should be less hunting pressure. I know I can't hunt a "trophy" unit but I'll have to do the best I can. Not looking for a booner or anything just a respectable buck

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    Welcome Jeremy!
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    Genesis 27:3 (NLT) "Take your bow and a quiver full of arrows, and go out into the open country to hunt some wild game for me"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisconsindeernut View Post
    Hi kesand72

    I'm thinking a 4th season deer hunt. Public land DIY. Hoping to better my odds being i never hunted in colorado so hoping the weather and closer to the rut will help me. Should be less hunting pressure. I know I can't hunt a "trophy" unit but I'll have to do the best I can. Not looking for a booner or anything just a respectable buck
    Colorado is an excellent choice to chase mulies! And even a "respectable" mulie is a great trophy, especially for us Midwesterners who only get to chase whitetails at home.

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    WDN, welcome

    Have you started researching what GMUs to hunt?

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    You couldn't have said it better. I'm pretty excited to hunt mule deer.

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    Yeah Ive spent a fair amount if time looking at gmu's. I have 5 preference points so I've been looking at 80/81 and 25/26. Not completely sure what I'm going to do yet.

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    Welcome to EF, Good luck out west. Have a blast!

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    Welcome!
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