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    Elk Units 37, 37A or 29.

    I've been rotating throughout the last few years applying for these units. I'm thinking about just picking one and sticking with it. I've heard it's about a toss up between the three. Any advice would be more than beneficial or past experiences in these units you'd be willing to contribute to my never ending stigma of driving myself crazy trying to decide between different units!
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    37a is STEEP with virtually no road access. Horse or foot are your only real options. 29 is steep but a little less than 37a. Some road access. I know nothing about 37 but it looks steep. Lemhi mountain range = be in great shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mule3006Elk View Post
    37a is STEEP with virtually no road access. Horse or foot are your only real options. 29 is steep but a little less than 37a. Some road access. I know nothing about 37 but it looks steep. Lemhi mountain range = be in great shape.
    Yeah I planned on hoofing it everyday in any of them!!
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    Woodtick,

    didn't see your post prior to the draw deadline. Sorry. So did you draw one of those units. If so, I may be able to give you a little info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmitch View Post
    Woodtick,

    didn't see your post prior to the draw deadline. Sorry. So did you draw one of those units. If so, I may be able to give you a little info.
    Nope, just a bunch more unsuccessful's!!
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