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    Scouting 2014

    I just started to get out up high and there is more snow than there has been in quite a few years. Lots of bugs and water up high this year so antler growth should be great. Good to see the bucks start to return to the high country.

    Feel free to add any pics you might get scouting this year and while I have not found a shooter - here are a few bucks I saw this week.
















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    Looks green... should be a great antler year. I think my bull elk should have an extra 15 or 20 inches on him!

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    Thanks for sharing! Hopefully I can start getting out in next couple weeks.

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    Thanks for sharing!!!
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    Very nice thanks for sharing!

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    a little elk scouting- third week in june



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    Man I miss the high country-those pics make me a little homesick. I can just smell those lodgepoles and firs. I am excited to get to explore some new things this year however. Thanks for sharin' these!

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    Here is one that is in the low country close to home. Took these pictures two days ago. Antlers look to be just a hair wider than his ears and tines appear to have considerable growth left to go. I'll try to get another picture of this guy later in the summer so we can see how his tines develop.


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    Was up high in Colorado a couple weeks ago and definitely more snow and water than I have seen in the recent past. Didn't see as many deer and elk as I would have liked but saw a few. Talked to the local game warden and he had seen a heard of bulls that had good growth.

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    Yes, it's looking green. These photos show good enough grass. I've been watching the rainfall totals and it's been good too. So far it's shaping up like a nice year.

 

 

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