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vito66
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Sep-25-17, 
10:05 AM (MST)
"area 7"

any one hunted area 7 this year , or 72a , just trying to find out what the cow elk herd looks like this year , have two cow tags , just curious , were going , no matter what , most of the fun is just being there!

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: area 7  fatrooster      Sep-26-17   1 
  RE: area 7  kalielkslay...      Sep-30-17   2 
 RE: area 7  Idaho75      Oct-11-17   3 
 RE: area 7  Owenst7      Oct-19-17   4 
  RE: area 7  Extrapale      Oct-21-17   5 

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fatrooster
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Sep-26-17, 
05:38 PM (MST)
1. "RE: area 7"

Lots of tag holders everywhere. Even in the wilderness area. Did not see lots of cows. But I know they are there. Goodluck, fatrooster.

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Sep-30-17, 
11:00 AM (MST)
2. "RE: area 7"

Ditto.

More bulls than cows.

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Idaho75
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Oct-11-17, 
03:11 PM (MST)
3. "RE: area 7"

>any one hunted area 7 this
>year , or 72a ,
>just trying to find out
>what the cow elk herd
>looks like this year ,
>have two cow tags ,
>just curious , were going
>, no matter what ,
>most of the fun is
>just being there!


Do you have the late hunt?

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Owenst7
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Oct-19-17, 
10:28 AM (MST)
4. "RE: area 7"

>any one hunted area 7 this
>year , or 72a ,
>just trying to find out
>what the cow elk herd
>looks like this year ,
>have two cow tags ,
>just curious , were going
>, no matter what ,
>most of the fun is
>just being there!


I just got back from a 14 day hunt. Three of us, harvested 2 bucks and 2 cows. Spent ~7 days at spike camp about 8 miles in to the wilderness boundary. Saw lots of cows, not a single person.

Find a sheltered area next to the steepest stuff you can climb and set up camp. They will move to avoid pressure, so move away from people with them. Be glassing from up high at first light.

Eat more than enough food, don't get sweaty, and get enough sleep. We didn't have as much luck at last light as we did in the morning, so frequently focused on getting to bed early to wake up at 3-4 AM to hike. You don't want to begin a tracking/butchering job at sundown anyway.

Biggest thing I learned is to take it easy on your body because the elk will outlast you in those conditions. It was more of an endurance competition than a hunt. The animals were everywhere, but you had to have the mental game to get to them.

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Extrapale
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Oct-21-17, 
11:39 AM (MST)
5. "RE: area 7"

How as the deer hunting?

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