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  1. BigAntlerGetter

    Length of time leaving stock in camp...a week?

    If you’re bringing stock into camp, you’re #1 priority is always the stock first and hunting second. IMO it’s better to have someone in camp during the day to keep an eye on your stock. I prefer sending stock out of camp if I want to focus on hunting, I’ve come up on lost animals, dead...
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    Elk Antler Restrictions Co

    You heard wrong regulation book is out read the regulation book, it’s all in there Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    How to keep away from the crowds of Colorado for second rifle season

    Drew one of the most pressured units…. If it’s draw I guarantee unless there’s OTC tags it’s not one of the most pressured units. Hunter there, guided there, packed elk there, if you are picking a main trail head ur gonna be bombarded for several miles in, you need to think out of the box...
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    2 elk in one season

    With that info, if you are now a resident what’s another $50 for a second tag? But here’s another question, if you harvest 2 elk where are you going to keep it? Are you going to be able to eat it all? If you don’t have enough freezer to store it and can’t eat it all, then you can buy the tag but...
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    2 elk in one season

    Shot my bull opening morning buddy shot his cow, packed them out the next day and shot my cow that evening. 2 days later shot my buck…. Knowing the animals and terrain makes a difference. But I’m not the guy that will shoot a bull and cow out of the same herd unless I’ve got help. I’ve got pack...
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    Colorado Secondary draw

    Second draw is youth preference, everyone will whine and cry cause they didn’t draw and all the tags went to non residents, but youth have preference over everyone. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    CO G12 2nd season goat

    It’s in my permitted outfitting area, usually snow doesn’t hit us until around the 10th of Oct Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    CO G12 2nd season goat

    Make sure ur in shape, we harvested a goat in 1 day last year. If ur not super picky just find where the hikers are and follow them, the goats are basically tame in the unit now. To many people feeding them and taking selfies. Bigger Billy’s are going to be away from crowds for the most part. Be...
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    Elk intel from guide/outfitter?

    Honestly I wouldn’t hire a scouting service regardless, honestly what’s stopping them from only giving you the information? They may not sell it to a guy in the same exact season but who says they didn’t sell it to the guy before you first. Scouting services are not regulated like the outfitters...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    95% non resident, I’m not really mad about doing away with OTC, I’d prefer it all be draw myself resident and non resident, I think everywhere is over crowded, everyone I’ve talked to that has gone to all draw for archery has started seeing better hunt quality and better game quality. I’ll give...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    But anyone that doesn’t draw archery can honor rifle lol how is that any trade off? More guys during rifle season, with higher success, putting more pressure on animals right before they go into her toughest time of year lol. This was the uneducated CPW Commission. The one guy literally said...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    It’s ass backwards, yes, harvest percentages are higher in rifle, harvest percentages are way low in archery, especially for newer hunters even with it being either sex usually. So every one of my clients said if they don’t draw their archery elk tag they will come 2nd or 3rd rifle bull. It puts...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    I get invites all the time, but honestly with how most are treated on social media and told to stay home and all that would you be inviting people like that to ur state? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    Well we seen how the “resident stakeholders” made such an educated decision with wolves lol now if it was only voted on by sportsman that would be a different story The biggest issue I see is most sportsman are not making a decision based on science, they are doing the I want want want, when I...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    So for you it’s about getting a tag, not conservation of wildlife? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    If they start losing revenue they will just make resident tags increase a ton, tons of residents say they will pay $500/tag long as they get to hunt. Which will make the crowding issue worse. Instead of 1 resident holding 4 possible tags, they will only have 1-2, so that’s 2X as many residents...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    Ya it’s just going to consolidate X amount of hunters into hunt codes. They will know how many non residents they have in each unit, my biggest issue is the residents BETTER start filling out their hunt surveys or it’s going to get worse and worse. I am a resident and I am an outfitter, but I’ve...
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    Beginning 2025 draw Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Non resident OTC archery elk is over in Colorado

    lol, just set the precedence to take away all OTC to residents and non residents. Which is honestly good. But one thing most residents aren’t understanding is this isn’t going to fix anything, over crowding nope. They are going to take the last 3 yrs average of non resident tags used in units...
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    CO National Forests and Accessing Via Roads/Trails

    1. Contact local blm or USFS for that area and that property exactly 2. Ranchers will put up gates on the roads to keep livestock in as they can be more effective and less maintenance (if there is a gate leave it how you found it) most ranchers will have a please leave closed or something like...
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