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I am new to Unit 22 and need some general direction. Both my 11yr old daughter and I drew elk tags in Unit 22, she has a youth cow tag and I have a rifle Bull tag after Thanksgiving. I have read the general recommendations by Game & Fish, we are going to start scouting in a few weeks for the cow tag and was wondering if the places they mention are the best places to start (south of golf course for cow tag, and dude burn for bull). Things to consider: - I have an artificial knee so I am unable to do difficult hiking/climbing. - We will be staying in Pine, would be awesome to hunt close by - We would like to not have to compete with 100's of hunters, so we get that means getting off the main road and hiking in. We just need to know areas to hike to - This will be my first bull hunt Really appreciate any constructive help! Thanks in advance!
I've never hunted Unit 10 before. I was out scouting a couple weeks ago and would like to stay in the southeast area near Williams. Found some great areas in the Perrin Ranch area near the windmills and was also told locally that the pipeline road area was a good area. Both areas look great, however, are very different. Unfortunately work and family is not giving us a chance to get back to our area before the hunt. Does anybody have any insight where we should start hunting come December?
It's just about time for those of us with late rifle cow tags to finally get out in the woods. It's been great reading all of successful, and not as successful, hunting stories this year. Thanks to everyone for sharing stories and pics. For those of us with late rifle cow tags, it's finally time to get out and enjoy time in God's great creation. My hunting partner and I will be up in unit 9 starting tomorrow night. Who else is heading out for the late rifle cow "meat" hunt?
My son and I are heading up to unit 10 for the Dec. 5 cow hunt. We were able to get a couple of weekend scouting trips in earlier in the year. But now with snow I understand the elk move out of areas we scouted and are hard to find. Has anyone recently been up there and can lend us a little insight about where we could go now?