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Introduction and success rates

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Unread 03-24-2011, 09:24 PM
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Re: Introduction and success rates

Guy and Stryder thanks for the responses. I'm starting with an antelope hunt in Montana in September. Then if the stars align, a cow elk hunt in New Mexico.

I guess its just like any other hunting on the possibility of getting skunked. Hopefully, I can do the proper research to have greater success. Plus, I probably just need to move to Idaho or Alaska.
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