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    I ran into this guy today not huge but a good buck and his friend the magpie just would not leave him alone.












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    Love the mule deer pics with the purple flowers, thanks!
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    Great photos! You got my blood pumping. Question for you...roughly what elevation are you at?...+10,000?

    My first scouting trip is in 2 weeks. Unfortunately I only had 1 pt and have 2nd rifle in western part of the state. The highest elevation on public land in my area is 8,600. I'm a little concerned it's not high enough to really see much. This is only my 2nd year in CO, and my 2nd DIY, so learning as I go.
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    The deer are where you find them and even this time of the year can be in the low country.












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    How about this bull?Click image for larger version. 

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    Great pics everyone! Thanks for sharing! Sure making anxious for the fall!

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    Here is a group I ran into recently.












    Also some elk found a good way to cool off on a hot summer day!



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    Cool pics! Looks like a good spot.

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    Nice pics everybody. The purple flowers with that first buck almost make it look fairytale like! Squirellduster; great bull!

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ID:	10313 the buck I've been scouting the last month

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