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Unread 01-08-2008, 11:18 PM
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Elk Camps

I'm planning an elk hunting trip for 2009 in CO. and we have not yet decided how we want to do our camp. I know there are tons of ways to go about it that's why I'd like to hear about your ELK CAMPS.

If you can, post some pics of your elk camp.

If no pics just tell us what makes your camp YOUR CAMP!!!!!!!!

I'm interested to see the different ways you all go about it. Maybe I'll even steal some ideas.
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    Unread 01-09-2008, 11:47 AM
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    Unread 01-09-2008, 11:59 AM
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    Nice pics, Where are they from. MT? What's hanging Antelope? Looks like it.

    Keep em coming guys. I love seeing other peoples setups.
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    I really like the wall tents, set up 2 of them one for sleeping in and 1 for cooking and B/S'ing in. Hunted that way for many years. But it is hard to pass up on the ole 5th wheel. Hunted out of that the last couple of years, every year I tell myself that this year going back to the tents. I dont have any pics of my camps, if I find any I will post a couple
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    Unread 01-09-2008, 04:09 PM
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    Nice pics, Where are they from. MT? What's hanging Antelope? Looks like it.

    Keep em coming guys. I love seeing other peoples setups.
    Yes, there from Montana. We use wall tent's alot for elk hunting. They allow you to get in deeper to the good spots This was the first year for my brothers new Montana Canvas tent , so we broke it out for our antelope hunt.
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    two fellas, two personal tents. Lean, mean, and very adequate. Spent most time at one shooting spot or another.

    All that's needed is a dry place to cook, eat and sleep.
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    Gamedog's first foto looks like our elk camp. If you click onthe link to my fotos at the bottom of my answer here and then look at Realtree Colo elk hunt or Elkatraz you can see two I have really really enjoyed. Lemme know if I can help.
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