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Location: South Florida
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I just wanted to say thank you to everybody that responded to my advice needed post. Being on my first Elk hunt in a new area is challenging, but you guys did answer my post and helped a lot. No I did not connect with the bow but due to some advice given I did see a few cows, one 22 yards and no obstruction. Yes I did pass on the shot as I was too deep to even try to take her, I would have drew on it if it was a bull and figured how to get him out later. You guys were great in helping me out along with some of the locals in Silverton who were more than friendly and willing to help out a bow hunter.
Again, Thank You
Excellent web site and members !

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Location: Idaho
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That's what this is all about - sharing experiences and helping one another out.

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Thank you for sharing your experience here at BGH, captjimbo1!

Its always wonderful to hear positive feedback. Big smile

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Location: Kentucky/ Colorado
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Captjimbo1, I'm glad you had a good hunt. What elevation did you find them at? Were they talking?

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Location: South Florida
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Verrrrrry little talking, In fact it may have been another hunter we saw on they way out one morning. We were 10, 500 to 11,000 on average. Pleanty of signs of the bulls rubbing and a couple digs but that is as close as I got to anything with a head dress.

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