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Old 05-19-2017, 09:55 AM
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It's looking like Idaho for me again this year. Still up in the air as to which unit or general area but like always it will be public, DIY .
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Wouldnt mind shootin off my back poorch either. Prolly eat about the same i reckon.

Speed goat jerky has been my pemican of choice for 30yrs. Good pack meat.
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I know just everything from Pagosa to Durango and have almost walked the Wiminuche from Pagosa to the top of Missionary above Durango to Tank creek.
I am not going soft, I am being reasonable.
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Default Re: Where are you Chasing Wapiti 2017

Coodster, The palmed horned one is the only one on closed land. The others are on the Rez and can be hunted during season. They have to compete for food with wild horses. I took the pictures while chasing horses. There are a lot of elk on the Rez, and they are hunted by Tribal members for sustenance and for funerals etc.. They are managed just like on any other land, except only hunted by Indians. The ones on my land are off the rez and I have never hunted them because I usually have cattle where they stay and I have the land posted. When I close land, I don't hunt there either. The only way I can hunt them is if they go across the creek and are Rez land during tribal season.
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