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    New member/ Mule deer in CO

    Hi everyone, I am a new member here and am glad i found this forum. I am a huge fan of the Eastman family, T.V. show and their way of hunting. I actually got here by researching for a muley hunt in CO. I will be posting a question in the Mule Deer section so please check that out, thanks for this forum and good hunting!

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    Welcome and thanks for the intro. Lots of help here
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    Welcome to the party!
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    Welcome to EF, good luck on your hunts! The folks on here are pretty sharp! I bet someone will have some good input.

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    Welcome to the forum. So I just need to know if it is true? Are you really truly a Buck whisperer?? Are you able to lull those 240" non-typicals into a trance, then slip in to 10 yards and get an arrow in them?

    We have a lot of fun around here. it will be great getting to know you and telling you all of our favorite hunting spots including GPS coordinates.
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    Welcome, as stated already but I will say it again, lots of knowledge on this forum and a great place to share info.
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    Thanks for all the welcomes, Umpqua Hunter, i am already a fan of yours, nice sheep, one of those are on my bucket list. And as far as my whispering abilities, they're pretty good here at home on these critters, don't know if they hear as good out west. Hope so. Just DIY, i love the Genesis quote, there are many in that book that refer to hunting!

 

 

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