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    Grand Mesa CO 421

    Looking to do DIY around Collbran CO on the Mesa this yr... looked around but not much info out there would be 3rd season with the rifle. Any info would be much appreciated.
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    http://cpw.state.co.us/Documents/Hun...WHuntGuide.pdf
    scroll down till you find unit 421 and read about it.Go on the colorado fish and parks and spend some time on there website there is some very good info that is where i did all my research when i was planning a hunt. You can use there maps and see where all the migration routes, topo maps and about everything you will need for your hunt.

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    Elk will be low and headed for private land, at least it was that way in unit 42.

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    We hunted that area last fall and the elk were already headed down the sides onto private during ML season. If you are going 3rd rifle take a look at the BLM land at lower elevation. My best info was from the local biologist. Do some research - then call her and she is very willing to discuss your plan with you.

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