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#2775876 - 03/05/12 01:18 PM Looking to join a DIY group
AT Hiker
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Hey guys...Im not a poster on this site, but love to read all the relevant post! You can say that I'm finally graduating to the next level in hunting and would like to get into the DIY western hunts for deer/elk. However, Im the only one in my hunting group that either can go or desires to do so. This is why Im asking here if anyone is willing to lead me in the right direction or would consider accepting another hunter into your group.

I bow and rifle hunt, love to backpack and Im in great condition...therefore I'm prepared and exicited about pursuing the DIY western hunt, just don't want to venture on my own.

I'm not looking at "trophy" hunting, more of the experience.

Thanks for any help!
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#2776022 - 03/05/12 03:59 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: AT Hiker]
relocatedduckman
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Where are you looking at going? What animals? Which state?
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#2776033 - 03/05/12 04:19 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: relocatedduckman]
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Honestly any of the big western mountain states for mule deer,elk, antelope, and even whitetail (assuming they would be more of a bonus tag, not the primary animal hunted).

Colorado seems feasible because of the easier to get non-resident tags, but if I could get in with a group to lead me in the right direction so I could start applying for preference points I would do so.

I would also like to plan a black hills Merrimam turkey hunt this spring if I could find a few folks to go.
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#2776038 - 03/05/12 04:24 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: AT Hiker]
relocatedduckman
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I've already got a few hunts lined up this year.. Antelope in Wyoming, Duck/goose in Montana, Duck/goose/pheasants in North,South Dakota and Pheasants in Nebraska.. If you wanna go hit some birds. Your more than welcome to come along..

Ohh and Ducks/geese in Michigan.

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#2776061 - 03/05/12 04:46 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: relocatedduckman]
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Montana sounds fun. I'll PM you later about it. Thanks!
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#2780601 - 03/09/12 09:29 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: AT Hiker]
pseshooter300
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AT where are you located?
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#2785324 - 03/15/12 12:23 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: pseshooter300]
AT Hiker
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Clarksville
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#2801644 - 04/05/12 09:21 AM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: AT Hiker]
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I don't necessarily have a group already but would like to put one together. I am doing a backpacking trip for bear/deer this coming fall. So far im going solo. Anyway if you are interested give me a shout. What is your preferred hunting weapon?
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#2801817 - 04/05/12 12:52 PM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: Victoryhunter]
relocatedduckman
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Backpack trip to where?
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#2804017 - 04/09/12 10:45 AM Re: Looking to join a DIY group [Re: Victoryhunter]
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My weapon choice is fully dependent on the regs where I hunt. I enjoy Archery but where I mainly hunt around here I switch to gun/mzl when it opens. With that being sad I do seek out archery only areas such as Ft Campbell, LBL, etc. I would really like to get a archery hunt set up for elk/deer in Colorado public land.
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