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    mule deer help

    Thining of going to colorado for a mule deer hunt maybe next year or year after we have 4 pionts now i think. I am going to take my dad he has never got a mule so i would not be looking for the 200 incher just a respectable mule deer. I am not beyond paying for a tresspass fee or maybe a guide but I am a corrections officer so funds are not unlimited but im not loking for the cheapest way out either I would rather have a quality hunt. This would prefferable be a bow hunt but muzzleloader or rifle aint out of the question. He is in decent walking shape 5 miles a day over rolling terrain is probably doable. extreme terrain i would rather avoid. any advice would or info would be great starting piont.

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    i would throw all my points at area 66 i was a guide there for a couple years a great high country archery tag.

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    There are lots of great choices with 4 points.

 

 

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