Elk hunt 12/6-10/14

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  • #8039

    dka
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    While I was making my trip in Oct. I stopped at the Quinlan Ranch in Chama, NM. Looking for 4 more people to hunt that week. Lodging, meals, license, incl. Up to a 270 class bull for a great deal. Call me at 731 935-4386 for more info. Have a great holiday weekend and be safe. Larger bulls available at more expense. They have some 450 class and better there also. Unreal spot. Google them to check it out and get back with me.

    #8040

    littleponderosa
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    No can do this. Present & upcoming changes in life, work & play.
    Bill

    #8044

    JC
    Participant

    And just a measley $10k

    #8046

    Yu
    Participant

    Bill gets a rectal exam to avoid hunting with Kevin?

    He ain’t that bad. Just don’t eat the fiddlers, sleep in the same building or go to cat house with him.

    And get to second breakfast before he does.

    #8048

    littleponderosa
    Participant

    Thats not it – I’m kinda in a major league, game changing issue @ work. I’m seriously considering walking next year @ 55. Gotta get some shit straight first, then I’ll make a decision. Cash money jobs are still ok by me if I need some play dough.

    Bill

    #8051

    DU870
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    My only hope for shooting an elk is if the herd in Wisconsin really starts to expand and they issue some tags.

    #8053

    dka
    Participant

    Actually, for 6 people the price went below $4K. Hell of a place.

    #8054

    Klobkilzduk
    Participant

    Whew…..spendy

    #8055

    dka
    Participant

    BTW, includes lodging,meals, and license.

    #8056

    Yu
    Participant

    Can you see the high fence around the pen?

    #8057

    dka
    Participant

    Not unless you have x-ray vision. Mountain terrain, 3000 acres high fence, rest open mt. range, total 17000 acres. That should be during peak migration, over 4000 head moving through the area.

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