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new to elk hunting

Hello all I am planing an elk hunt for the fir st two weeks of the archery season in 2011. My dad who is 60 will be joining me. I am looking at gmu 36 and 361 any info in these areas would be greatly app. Thank you all in advance and good luck in your hunts and shoot straight.

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Re: new to elk hunting

There's some good opportunities in the Eagles Nest Wilderness. North of the wilderness, in the new unit 361, there is a ton of ATV trails if your dad isn't very mobile. The elk use that area a lot, but it won't take long to push them south into the wilderness. You don't have to backpack in, as there are some decent places to hunt within two miles of the roads.
If you're dad is pretty mobile, avoid those ATV trails like the plague.

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Re: new to elk hunting

Thanks for the advice. My dad is actaully in really good shape. We where looking at hunting the north of 36 that borders 361 as long as we can atv in to camp and then hie the rest of the way to hunt.Do you know of any 4wdor atv trails in he northern part of 36. We are from wisconsin and finding it hard to locate a good map of that area.Thanks again for all your help good luck hunting and shoot straight

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Re: new to elk hunting

The White River National Forest map has all the ATV regulations on it. National Geographic Trails Illustrated may also help. Not sure off hand, but it might be # 107.

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