Idaho unit 27

Choffman8

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Hey I got a deer tag in unit 27. I was wondering if anyone hunted it this year and had any luck. Is it worth getting a wolf and bear tag as well? Thanks for any advice
 

Outdoordan

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You can use your deer tag as a wolf or bear tag, which is good news because that may be what you see. However, if you are an optimist I'd at least pick up a wolf tag as well for $31.75.
 

Deepcolor

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We spent 6 days in November hunting 27 with one buck spotted and about a dozen does. By far the most rugged place I have ever hunted. Are you planning to fly in?

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Deepcolor

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Our trail head was 14 miles from the middle fork. Make sure you do plenty of research and map study before you pick your location, that unit will chew you up in a hurry.
 

backcountryID

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Plan a summer backpack trip into whatever area you pick out on the maps. It will give you a much more realistic assessment of how to plan your hunt than showing up to the Frank for the first time during October/November
 

Pinlard

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If your new to 27 you should probably fly in first. The limited road access can be dangerous. Every few years guys get trapped behind the passes after a storm dumps feet of snow. Can even happen in September and either you pay thousands to get your rig out or you wait till next summer to retrieve it. The fly in options are very reasonable and you will be in animals within day hiking of most strips. If you are willing to go several miles from the air strip you will mostly have it to yourself. But as mentioned several miles in the church is a brutal proposition with a load. That said it is a special place to hunt and enjoy.
 

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