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Location: Edmond, OK
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Greetings from Oklahoma! Just wanted to introduce myself before I start poking around...I'm am Okie, but grew up in Littleton Colo. Spent a number of years hunting SW Colo, around unit 70. I'm an avid reloader and shooter, and love the high country. I enjoy my rifles and shotguns, bow hunt when the shoulder doesn't act up and will get back with the muzzleloader this year as well.

Coming back for my third non-res hunt this year, close to Yampa. I'll have a couple of flatlander greenhorns with me this year, so wish us(me) luck!

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Location: Colorado
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Welcome aboard! Good luck this year, it should be one for the ages. Antlers should be bigger than ever with this cool, wet summer, and the elk and deer should be at reasonable elevations. From what I'm hearing the grasses are already dessicating in the high country due to early frosts and stunted growth from the late spring, sending the animals down lower.

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Welcome Shooter00!

That all sounds pretty damn good ex.

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Location: Edmond, OK
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Thanks, Guys...Any low down on units 25 and 26? I might start a thread with that in a bit...First time hunting in that country, no horses this year, so mucho boot leather and ATV - where we can.

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Never had the chance to check those guys out but start a thread and hopefully you'll get some good tips.