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    East Beulah elk

    Well drew east Beulah 1st season bull as my fourth choice. Lol. I've got one spot we've seen some dandies in. Hoping for a backup plan if anyone has any suggestions? I know highly private elk eradication zone but it's what I got this year! Thanks in advance

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    We hunted east of Beulah Res. one year, the only year it was cow only, and saw 3 - 5 point bulls and only one cow. Saw a spike last year during deer season, but a fair amount of sign. They are spread out pretty good, but they seem to hold on the edges of the private ground. Tough hunt...of course that is why it was still open for a 4th choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beav906 View Post
    Well drew east Beulah 1st season bull as my fourth choice. Lol. I've got one spot we've seen some dandies in. Hoping for a backup plan if anyone has any suggestions? I know highly private elk eradication zone but it's what I got this year! Thanks in advance
    I think you should pass all the dinks and hold out for a 390+.
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    390 or bust!

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    castle rock area had some elk in it when i hunted it a few years ago,, another option for ya

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    I want to see the pictures when it happens!

 

 

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