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Zhermens1234
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Jun-04-17, 
04:04 PM (MST)
"Alpine mule deer"

Anyone know anything about how to find mule deer in high alpine country?

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Alpine mul...  one_dryboot      Jun-04-17   1 
  RE: Alpine mul...  D6native      Jun-04-17   2 
   RE: Alpine mul...  mmwb      Jun-04-17   3 
    RE: Alpine mul...  grosventreh...      Jun-05-17   4 
     RE: Alpine mul...  fatrooster      Jun-06-17   5 
      RE: Alpine mul...  wildwildern...      Jun-07-17   6 
       RE: Alpine mul...  mmwb      Jun-07-17   7 

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one_dryboot
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Jun-04-17, 
04:38 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

Get up high and glass.

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D6native
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Jun-04-17, 
06:38 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

^^^^^ yup ^^^^^

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mmwb
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Jun-04-17, 
08:46 PM (MST)
3. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

David Long's Public Land Mulies: The Bottom Line is a good read, as well as Eastman's Hunting High Country Mule Deer. Glassing is a great way to see some awesome country and find bucks. There is nothing like being up top somewhere. That being said, high country basins aren't the only places mature bucks hangout.

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grosventrehunter
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Jun-05-17, 
07:49 PM (MST)
4. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

With binoculars..

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Jun-06-17, 
09:05 AM (MST)
5. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

You need binoculars and spotting scope. As stated above, I would get David Longs book or any other mule deer book. Goodluck, fatrooster.

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Jun-07-17, 
09:13 AM (MST)
6. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

binoculars on a tripod and a few hours at sunrise and sunset.

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mmwb
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Jun-07-17, 
09:25 AM (MST)
7. "RE: Alpine mule deer"

I agree that sunrise and sunset are very productive, but don't overlook the rest of the day. You will be able to pick out a lot of bedded bucks during the day in some places. Also, they get up, stretch and snack/move once during the day as well.

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