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Other Big Game Hunting / First time Colorado Antelope
« on: March 05, 2020, 02:11:59 PM »
Hey Everyone,

So I have never hunted antelope before. I am last minute deciding to give it a try (mainly because I hear the meat is amazing).

I do not need any specifics about a precise area to hunt. But can anyone give a good recommended unit to try for my first year. I am only looking for a doe tag and one that I can likely draw and have public land to hunt on. I am looking on OnX, and the hunting atlas as well as colorado hunting statistics. But the best units I can come up with are 13,15,18. However, I am not confident in my selection. Any help would be appreciated.


Elk Hunting Tips & Tactics / Backup Plan
« on: July 09, 2019, 07:09:36 AM »
Hi Everyone,

I am fairly new to elk hunting. I have rifle hunted 3 times in Colorado and this will be my first time archery hunting. I have done a lot of research, looked at statistics, looked at summer and winter ranges, enrolled in the Elk101 course, got in touch with the biologist for the area and am starting to get boots on the ground and scout.

My question is this. I hear often that you should have lots of spots picked out to hunt. Essentially have a backup plan. Currently I have 5 spots I am considering. But it sounds like a better number may be about 10. So my question is this, how far apart can/should these different spots be? 0.5 miles (not likely??), 1 mile, 2 Miles, 5 miles, 10 mile? I think you all get the idea. Can it be the same area as another spot but just up a different drainage, or does that count as only one spot?

Thanks for the help!!

General Elk Hunting / First Time Archery Hunting - Unit 28/37 (CO)
« on: June 11, 2019, 04:13:33 PM »
Hi Everyone.

I have been Elk hunting (rifle) a few times in Colorado. However, they have all been with family and I have never had a successful season. Because of this I decided to start researching to figure things out. (turns out my family has been doing it wrong) I enrolled in the Elk101 course, have researched a ton, looked on google earth, checked out the colorado hunt atlas (for summer and winter concentrations) and have started to scout the area.

I was wondering if anyone could help me out with my specific unit. (28/37) The silverthorne/Kremmling/Grandby area. There are a few areas out towards Grandby that look great from google earth but when i look at the hunting atlas there is no summer concentration there and only small pockets of wintering area.

If you do not hunt this area but have any other tips/recommendations for me please feel free to add to the discussion.

Thanks for any help.

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