Ok, so this may be taboo to some, but I've been pouring over stats, on-line resources, books, Colorado hunting atlas, etc... looking for a good place to go muzzle-loading this year for cow elk. Right now i have 7 pp that I'll be using next year muzzy for a bull, i'm just not quite comfortable calling one in yet and i'm leaning towards a cow muzzy season as my second choice. I've narrowed it down to 14, 214, 73, 74, 741, 75. 751, or 54. I just feel a little overwhelmed. I'm just looking for advice. So far i have downloaded ALL the hunting stats for elk into a spread sheet and separated each season out. I've calculated the average for each season and the running average for the last ten years. I realize the sample size isnt that good for most units so its hard to actually rank the success. I've looked at maps, overlayed public property and elk summer range/summer concentration and migration paths. All these places look like they should produce. I'd just like to hear some other opinions. I realize thats quite a few places but i am wondering if i am missing something or if others feel another unit may be better that i'm not considering. I'm more than willing to look at maps, google earth, and boots on the ground to find my success. Any info would be appreciated. I little more info, i've hunted elk with my dad and his friends growing up, but it was always first rifle season in GMU 66 and once in 58 where i have shot cows in both.