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Jeffrey

For Those Waiting (With Pics)

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For all of you guys waiting for hunting permit confirmations, thought you might enjoy some Colorado Big Game pics to help get everyone in the mood, that is of course if you need the motivation. Enjoy!

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Thanks for sharing Jeffery, those sure do get the blood going! What area are those from (general).....foothills of Denver, Vail, Estes?

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The Deer and Bear pics are front range foothills where I hunt. The Elk pics are on a ranch just outside of Castle Rock, CO a couple of miles from where I live. As a matter of fact, an Elk was just hit and killed by a car crossing I-25 this morning.

Jeff

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I hate to see elk hit by cars, just seems like such a waste. I can't imagine what that did to rush hour this morning! I know CO does a great job with fences and signage, but I still hated seeing them on the side of the road. Thanks again for sharing!

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Really makes me miss that place. Every one that visited me while living out there got a trip to Estes Park.

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As much as I love going to MN to fish for fall Muskies, Grouse and Woodcock and Duck hunting, it's hard to beat fall Big Game hunting in Colorado. I have a pretty diverse season ahead as I get to hunt eastern plains deer, for whitetail, Bear, Pronghorn, Elk and Mule Deer (Leftover).

Jeff

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