Pretty cool, but what are the odds for drawing a tag there?
I actually used to see them on the 70 west of Denver. My buddy went to CU in Boulder for 5 years, and I'd go visit every spring. We'd always go skiing in Winter Park, and I remember heading up the 70, just before we kicked north on some road. A couple different times they were right down on the edge of the road, I assume eating the salt.
Always ewes and young males, but still pretty cool.
One of the best ways to scout your hunting area is to look for signs that mature animals leave behind. Wallows, scrapes, rubs and areas littered with tracks are great evidence that game are using your area. But why not look for the single piece of evidence that you are hunting for when fall rolls around anyway... antlers. Game animals in the family cervidae shed their antlers annually. Why not use these unique souvenirs as a way of helping you fill your tag next fall?
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