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  1. wllm1313

    Colorado Pref. Points- Point of diminishing returns?

    Holy smokes... well this makes me feel better about my point strategy
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    Okie not from Muskogee

    Welcome!
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    Right Handed but Left Eye Dominant

    The military is geared towards the group rather than the individual, it was better for the military to just make everyone be right-handed, I would surmise it's better for an individual to shoot with their dominate eye. Also you can get left-handed right action stocks, so you can still work the...
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    Right Handed but Left Eye Dominant

    I'm cross eye dominate, right handed left-eye dominant just like your son... actually two of my buddies are as well, just have him shoot lefty. It's way easier to train your less dominate hand to do something than rewire your eye dominance. You will definitely need to get him a left handed...
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    The "Silence" Sitka film

    That's a good point... I bet this guy would get along great with Alex Honnold. You don't have to have his level to attention of detail to kill big bucks, but if you want to kill a big bucks every single time...
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    The "Silence" Sitka film

    Would be interesting to know how much of that crap actually matters, seems like a huge portion of it is just BS and being a control freak.
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    Seems like Nebraska is still struggling to figure out herd management strategies

    I can't blame you, I wouldn't either. But this sentiment is why we will never recover elk across the US not to mention other critters. RMEF has looked a various states for reintroduction, and one of the biggest if not the biggest hurdles is landowner tolerance. This is also the primary reason...
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    If I were king of Colorado

    Head up in 6 hours!
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    If I were king of Colorado

    This is a quick overview of what that would look like. Assuming you reduced the total number of tags given out in CO to the same proportion of Tags/Elk that Wyoming gives out (this allows archery + rifle season for tag) and then assuming you reduce the NR tags from the current 35% of limited and...
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    Inconvenient Job Transfer in the middle of hunting season! Missoula to Bozeman! Seeking advice on what I've been doing, even a hunting buddy!

    Shit it takes me 45 min just to get out of the metro area. I’ve driven 4+ hours every weekend since July, Op needs to harden up
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    If I were king of Colorado

    I assume you would make tags OTC but unit specific correct? So everyone just couldn’t pile into unit 10, that unit would have a cap and then after say 300 tags were sold for 2nd season they would be gone. The issue I was highlighting wasn’t the current disparity in quality, as you said that...
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    If I were king of Colorado

    Agreed, and I’m not sure how you achieve the same balance with elk and manage the budget.
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    If I were king of Colorado

    Something to keep in mind is that the system did not occur in a vacuum, many of things were tried and the ultimately rejected over the last thirty years. Namely, all OTC... it originally was but people wanted a few quality units... all things considered Colorado has very few "trophy" units...
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    New Colorado Season Dates?

    I think net - net quality will likely remain the same but I think we are definitely going to be sacrificing opportunity for better deer hunts.
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    New Colorado Season Dates?

    Those meetings were pretty painful at times...
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    New Colorado Season Dates?

    Huh? Bambi and I are talking about Deer, maybe you are thinking elk? What were saying is that say the goal for a DAU is to kill 1000 bucks... because the dates increase efficacy of any individual hunter there will be less tags sold, ie quota, so for instance lets say that unit had 2000 tags...
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    New Colorado Season Dates?

    That was specifically brought up in the meaning, and the commissioners said that they assumed quotas would be reduced.
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    Seems like Nebraska is still struggling to figure out herd management strategies

    "A damage control permit allowing a Morrill County landowner to take up to 50 elk that have been destroying his corn crop, and one state senator’s involvement in the issue, have generated some questions and concerns among hunters" Sounds almost like Montana. Pretty crazy that the state is...
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    75 percent reduction of wild horses

    Boys i'm not sure where getting out of this one...
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    Love the Tikka T3X, but not a fan at all of the safety mechanism

    Huh... almost like the reverse Remington, did you call tikka about that.
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