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#173960 - 10/15/16 12:45 AM Re: Prelude To Joe's Story [Re: sawtooth]
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 Originally Posted By: sawtooth
I guess elk hunting trips are not like trips to vegas (what happens in vegas..) There are two sides to most stories.


????? Joe and Gregg are both very experienced hunters, not newbies hoping for a canned hunt. They were very clear about their limitations due to medical issues prior to the hunt.
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#173963 - 10/15/16 01:06 AM Re: Prelude To Joe's Story [Re: pab1]
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sawtooth: not sure where you are going with this but if it is meant to be negative then help yourself and please don't bother to read any of my posts or articles.
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#173976 - 10/15/16 05:16 PM Re: Prelude To Joe's Story [Re: sawtooth]
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 Originally Posted By: sawtooth
I guess elk hunting trips are not like trips to vegas (what happens in vegas..) There are two sides to most stories.


Care to elaborate?
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#173997 - 10/16/16 09:39 AM Re: Prelude To Joe's Story [Re: TN Lone Wolf]
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He does not like Dogs either! WOW
Glad to hear that you both ended up not getting injured seriously, and still had a good adventure.

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#174004 - 10/16/16 12:29 PM Re: Prelude To Joe's Story [Re: Bob Roach]
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Bob, You are correct, sir. These cowboys own a ranch in the area and they run their cattle on the Uncompahgre National Forest. They told me they pack out on average 15 to 20 elk per year; they post a sign on the main dirt road in the area.

Packing elk out on horseback is my favorite thing to do with my horses other than hunting with them. (see my avatar) My horses were left at home for this trip.
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