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24B suggestions for Oct rifle hunt

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Hey guys I drew the 24b Oct rifle hunt for coues but am not familiar with anything but rodgers trough area...any suggestions?

 

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I'd try the rest of the unit, especially around water sources. Find others salt licks and apple/molasses bear baiting sites and hunt around them. Good luck on your hunt.

I put a lot of work into those spots

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I'd try the rest of the unit, especially around water sources. Find others salt licks and apple/molasses bear baiting sites and hunt around them. Good luck on your hunt.

I put a lot of work into those spots
you don't own the forest bud, it belongs to everyone and their brother.

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I'd try the rest of the unit, especially around water sources. Find others salt licks and apple/molasses bear baiting sites and hunt around them. Good luck on your hunt.

I put a lot of work into those spots

We all know you don't hunt 20 yards off a road unless you are shooting one ;)

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I'd try the rest of the unit, especially around water sources. Find others salt licks and apple/molasses bear baiting sites and hunt around them. Good luck on your hunt.

I put a lot of work into those spots
We all know you don't hunt 20 yards off a road unless you are shooting one ;)

Accurate

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Big unit with some nice bucks & lots of good spots. You'll have plenty of company on anything that vaguely resembles a road, I'd find a good spot to hike in somewhere.

 

I've shot a few in that unit, none were in easy spots.

 

Good luck.

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Get away from roads and you will find them. Almost every part of the unit above 3,000 feet holds whitetail now. (Heck, I found a 110ish buck in February near the base of Weavers Needle). I spent almost every weekend last year from August to December in 24b and I only ran into other people in the back country three times. Two groups were on mules hunting and the other was a hiker trying to summit peaks in the wilderness. Almost no one hikes over a mile off the roads in 24b and the bucks know it.

 

There are plenty of bucks within a few miles of Rogers Trough too.

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thanks those of you whom gave a straight

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