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Old 07-11-2020, 07:45 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Yes they do and quite often yo can find one of the bigger bucks still hanging out up high waiting for the snows to push him down. But you are going to have to know the unit and can't expect to see very many bucks.

I hunted areas like that for years only seeing two or three bucks the whole season but usually those bucks were worth the wait.

It is just a general rule than they will move down by that time of year.
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Old 07-12-2020, 11:44 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Yes they do and quite often yo can find one of the bigger bucks still hanging out up high waiting for the snows to push him down. But you are going to have to know the unit and can't expect to see very many bucks.

I hunted areas like that for years only seeing two or three bucks the whole season but usually those bucks were worth the wait.

It is just a general rule than they will move down by that time of year.
Being that the opener of the hunt is only 3 days after the close of the general rifle hunt, this is of concern to me a little. Though they did cut the total permits for the unit by 1200 which should reduce the pressure quite a bit. The hunt dates coincide with the black powder elk hunt as well which could present another challenge if this area gets much spike pressure.

That said, I believe that the better days for the hunt may be November 1-5.
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