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    Camp Navajo

    For those that have hunted Camp Navajo what are some of your suggestions for a successful hunt? I know the process and requirements to be able to hunt there, I have those covered so not asking about that. I have had a few tips from others on the board already but would like to hear as much as I can since you can only scout the week prior and I'll probably only be able to scout Wed/Thur before the hunt. Not interested in going into the restricted area since it is Archery only and I'd be going solo since my "hunting helpers" don't have the same credentials as me to be able to help out in there so we will be restricted to the Buffer Area. Been looking at google earth and starting to make a game plan but would like to hear from those that actually have boots on the ground experience. Thanks in advance.
  2. airchartdan

    Last Minute Elk Hunt in Camp Navajo

    I got a call today telling me a guy surrendered his tag, and my name was next on the list. I have 2 bonus points, and I never thought I'd get drawn (especially after having been told I wasn't). I put all of my efforts into getting prepped for the deer tag I drew for 35A, and I dismissed any thoughts of going elk hunting this year. Now I have to get ready to hunt in 6B (Camp Navajo) with relatively no prep, and my hunt starts this Friday, 4 Oct. My only real experience big game hunting was last year on Fort Huachuca, when I hit a Coues at 400 yds with a .270 win, and I'm thinking about using the same rifle again with a heavier round. Any thoughts, tips, or words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated.