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Colorado left over draw results are up

looks like I'll be chasing a buck this year after all! Dancing

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I looked and cannot find a

I looked and cannot find a working link. Is the list on the web site or did you get one sent from CPW?

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It is the left over draw and

It is the left over draw and not the left over tags. 

I looked at the Parks and Wildlife page and the left over tags will be posted on July 29

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My bad, guess I did not have

My bad, guess I did not have enough caffeine this morning before reading the post.

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I did the same thing until I

I did the same thing until I realized that he said "left over draw"  I even went to the Parks and Wildlife web page looking to see what was left over. 

Caffeine can only go so far I guess. Brick Wall

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me to.i drew area 34.never

me to.i drew area 34.never been to colorado.will be doing a backcountry camping hunt.from what ive read not the best area,but i will be hunting in the backcountry for a week so will have a great hunt even if unsucessful.the wife says she is going to tag along.she dont wont me going alone

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Turk did you draw a deer or

Turk did you draw a deer or elk tag, I am guessing that it was a deer tag. 

I have never hunted it either but I would start high and if you don't see something then head lower.  If you drew for deer you will find that they are a strange animal.  I know of areas that as soon as they feel a cold rain on their backs they will head to the low country and do it in a hurry.  Elk on the other hand may just stay up on the top of a windy ridge at 9,000' all winter. 

Good luck on your hunt.

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yes,going after muleys.im

yes,going after muleys.im sure im going to have a learning curve,but that is part of the fun

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