2018 Colorado Elk camp invite.

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  1. Bails-UK

    Bails-UK Die Hard Bowhunter

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    The price for a 2018 non-resident tag is $661 with the fishing licence.
     
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    Bails-UK Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Sleeping bag, good pair of boots, waterproofs,map/gps, good daysack unless you plan on staying on the mountain for a couple of days, that will mean taking a whole load of kit like a Jetboil, sleeping pad, tent or bivvy . Will has a vast knowledge of UNIT45 and he shares that knowledge with all who attend, you may not kill an Elk, but I guarantee the experience and memories you take home will soe the seeds of a knew addiction that will leave you wanting more and counting down the days to the next Elk Camp.
    If you give Will or Dan enough notice, Will will provide you with a cot, more food than you can handle, knowledge, an experienced hunt partner or a good location to start your hunt if you wish to hunt alone, I've attended this camp 3x and love meeting up with the new faces and old friends from previous camps, most of which i class as close friends. Trust me, if you can make this camp.... do it!
    The rewards are worth it
     

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    zachd Weekend Warrior

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    Man I wish I didn't just buy a new boat this year otherwise I could swing it.
    I am going to plan on coming 2020 though
    This looks like a good opportunity to experience a elk hunt.
     
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  4. soccerdan90

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    Im just glad I dont have to see you ugly mug this year!!!

    Jk you will be missed. What dates are you going to be hunting?

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    This is an amazing opportunity, I will probably have to wait until the 2020 but man I wish I knew of this earlier I might have tried to swing it!
     
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    wings435 Weekend Warrior

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    Looking for some advice on a day pack for this trip. Would I be able to get by with my trusty old hunting back pack? or should I have something more? If so, some suggestions on brands, size, etc. Thanks.
     
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    How do I get more information on this?
     
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    Soccerdan he called me last time and gave me the details.


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    Alright, is there a way that I could get in contact with him?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Stupid phone didnt notify me of these replies haha.

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    I would recommend a pack frame of some kind do if you are lucky to kill one you can pack it out. Im running a kifaru frame and a 7000 ci pack. Im only using a bag this big beuse i plan on living out of it for as long as i can.

    Alpz makes a decent frame at a good price. Good boots and a good pack are important for comfort reasons.

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