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I’m not a seasoned hunter and I don’t have a lot of kill success under my belt, but I’ve hunted hard and learned a lot in the past three or so years. There is a very valuable wealth of knowledge that you can only truly gain from the life long experience as a seasoned hunter. What I lack in skill and experience, I definitely make up for with grit and determination. I have figured out that if I’m persistent enough, keep putting myself in places where animals hang out, things are bound to line up in my favor. On this...

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Words cannot express the feeling of taking the antlers out. It meant something very significant...

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As a solo hunter the past 10+ years now, I will say my biggest challenge has been slowing myself down to focus on the goal. Simplicity is still key...

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The next morning I wake up to bugling from a bull behind camp. After glassing up the mountain I see this bull running around and chasing cows...

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2020 started of by applying for tags, and the uncertainty of covid. I drew a archery deer and elk tag for the same unit in Colorado and although it is not a great unit for either I was excited. A early scouting trip of about 50 miles proved that water was skinny and elk was going to be tough. The end of August rolled around and I left the truck at one trailhead and a motorcycle at another. I hiked solo away with 8 days of food with another 6 in the truck. The summer was spent working out and...

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