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    1. iamyourhuckleberry
      Oh no Bob, it is definitely not a PSE camp. It is a camp for Brothers of the Bow-any bow and any archer is welcome.

      There is no deadline for an archery license in Unit 45. You can walk into a Walmart the day you get here and purchase your tag. To hunt in Colorado, a person must have a hunter education certification, or be born prior to Jan. 1st, 1949. You will need your certification number when purchasing your license. If you would like to hunt mule deer at the same time, then this tag must be drawn. The code to use on the application is D-E-035-01-A. The drawing deadine is April 3rd. Your drawing application can be submitted on-line through the Colorado Division of Wildlife website: Hunting

      Let me know if you need more help.

    2. Bobpuckett
      Will Thanks for the link enjoyed the story sounds like a lot of fun and nice pics. I guess this means I'm going to have to update my equip. my old Darton may not be welcome in a PSE camp. Bob
    3. Bobpuckett
      Thanks Will

      I may just join you I'll have to see what my work schedule is going to be like, when is the deadline for unit 46 drawing it's been 04 sence I hunted there should still have some Preference Points still on the books from past nondrawing.
    4. Bobpuckett
      Iamyourhuckleberry What part of Colorado are you in Elk and Mountain lion are super high on my list, I was stationed at Fort Carson for 2 years and did get a really nice 4x4 Muley but never found the first elk, any recommendations on a self guided hunt would really be appreciated. Thanks Bob
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    Jan 14, 1961 (Age: 59)
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    I love to hunt
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    Haven't seen enough to make a choice at this point
    Australia ( Northern Territory), New Zealand ( both the North and South Island), Namibia, RSA, England, Scotland, Argentina, Canada (Northwest Territories, Quebec, Alberta, Ontario), United States (WA,WI, AR,AZ,CO,NM,WY,NE,TX,OK,KS,SD,LA,MO,IA,IN,IL,KY,MI,OH,PA,NY,MD,NC,FL,AK)
    Species I have hunted in Africa:
    Lion, leopard, wildlcat, common blesbuck, white blesbuck, tsessebe, kalahari springbok, cape springbok, cape kudu, southern kudu, limpopo bushbuck, cape eland, blue wildebeest, common reedbuck, mtn. reedbuck, steenbuck, southern bush duiker, bushpig, feral boar, warthog, fallow deer, gemsbuck, impala, nyala,waterbuck
    My favorite African trophies:
    They are all my favorite. Each was a uniquely different experience.
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    What weapon(s) do you hunt with?:
    • Rifle
    • Bow
    • Shotgun
    • Handgun
    • Muzzleloader
    Gear I cannot live without:
    My bow and range finder. Both help to make me successful hunting the way I prefer.
    My best hunting tip:
    Set goals...plan, save, and then execute the plan. You have to want it and you have to be there to earn it. Confidence in yourself and your equipment seperates the men from the boys.
    My other interests:
    I teach hunter education whenever possible. I love wildlife photography, rock collecting, and creating things.
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