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Offline cryder

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Re: School me on Colorado Elk
« Reply #15 on: January 16, 2020, 01:11:01 PM »
I've hunted Colorado , when I was 14 years old , my uncle owned a ranch there , in a huge valley , it's really where my addiction was born as a hunter, it's also where I learned hunting is like life , it's not a pre-chilled bowl of deseeded cherries , you have to have the will to want to climb the tree , scrape your arms n Legs a little , and when the time comes see if you have the will or courage to reach out on that limb to try n get that cherry you have been after for all these years , learned alot in that valley , things that I still remember , that thought all kinds of lessons , in hunting and in life , but darnit then came fish n feathers to tell me how wrong I've been all this time , that's why I've spent the last two elk seasons sitting in camp , enjoying a chilled bowl of cherries , why ? Because I earned them , SO GET OUT THERE , reach for some cherries , they grow every year , for those who may of missed them this year !!
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Re: School me on Colorado Elk
« Reply #16 on: January 16, 2020, 01:55:48 PM »
School and cherries just go together.

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Re: School me on Colorado Elk
« Reply #17 on: January 17, 2020, 09:52:05 AM »
The internet and the biologists phone number is all you need and they are both cheap. Narrow down a couple areas and then talk to the biologist for the areas that interest you. The more informed you are abefore you talk to him the better of you will be. Ask about specific drainages and whatnot and you will get better answers.

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Re: School me on Colorado Elk
« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2020, 06:06:32 AM »
A B S U G U L O O O L Y  !!! What ridgefire said , those guys are the people that you want to talk to , they have no interest in how successful you are at takeing state revenue ( critters ) orweathet or not you have a pocket full of proof to ask your questions , or for poops n giggles , what the hell those wires are doing in that tree !! For crap sakes , these biologists are just going to be excited to tell you there information and they won't ask you for your i.d. eather , I've talked to these people in Washington , and they always have alot of great stuff to tell, but yes be prepared with your questions and areas , and when I got done with these people my wallet was still in my other pants ! They also gave me info on where to get maps of the area that I was asking about , but somehow the Christian rock show was not discussed , hmmmm ? But yes they are a great angle to hunting for sure !!
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