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Post by Waiting4Fall on Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:04 pm

http://blog.havalon.com/hunting-public-land-top-public-land-hunts/

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Post by Guest on Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:58 am

agree with the article - anyone planning an elk hunt needs to seriously consider whether it is acceptable to you that wolves get to fill your elk tag or grizzlies disrupt your hunt. This has a lot to do with perspective or point of view. Some bowhunters may even see these situations as unique additions to their outdoor experience. I have experienced enough to know I don't like it - and like it even less burning vacation days and cash as a non resident. A resident can manage this better in many cases minimizing cost increase or wasted hunt days. I am planning an elk hunt now with a couple a buddies and I can tell you for sure I won't be wasting my money and time in any unit that has these reintroduced wolves.
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