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I have collected points for 18 years thinking I would go on a late season hunt when I retired. But as my son turns 17 and I consider that this may be one of my last opportunities to spend a lot of time with him, I have decided to burn my points on Beaty's Butte. If nothing else we will see a lot of nice country. We have time to scout this summer and will hit it hard in October, bivying out where weather conditions permit. My plan is to hunt high, getting away from roads, but I have never seen the country south of 140 and so am wondering if I am making a mistake by heading straight to the mountains. My son will shoot any mature buck. I will hold for a toad. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.