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Unread 04-29-2009, 10:07 AM
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Re: Howdy from Southern New Mexico

I came from Blackfoot.

Am here doing some consulting to the National Lab. in emergency planning. Its a temporary task but as is normal w/gov't things its gonna stretch out a bit longer than originally anticipated. I'll go no longer than next spring though. I really miss the proximity of the loading bench to the shooting bench in my back yard.
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    Unread 08-12-2016, 08:30 AM
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    Re: Howdy from Southern New Mexico

    I put my daughter in for a youth deer hunt this year and she drew unit 21. There is a unit 21a and 21b, with a being mostly national forest and b being mostly blm/private.

    Would like any advice anyone has with regard to hunting deer in this unit. My normal inclination would be to try and head into more remote portions of 21a. But, there is a lot of territory there. Also, i would not be suprised at all if someone told me I'd find better deer and/or more deer on BLM land south of Hatch.

    But at this point, I don't have any idea at all, so anyone that can offer any advice please do.

    Daughter will be pulling trigger on a new 6.5 284
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    Unread 08-12-2016, 10:03 AM
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    Location: New Mexico
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    Good to see another shooter from NM on here.
    New Mexico here as well. Live about 8 miles north of Ramah. Retired from National Park Service...natural resource management specialist.
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    Unread 08-13-2016, 09:12 AM
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    Re: Howdy from Southern New Mexico

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    I put my daughter in for a youth deer hunt this year and she drew unit 21. There is a unit 21a and 21b, with a being mostly national forest and b being mostly blm/private.

    Would like any advice anyone has with regard to hunting deer in this unit. My normal inclination would be to try and head into more remote portions of 21a. But, there is a lot of territory there. Also, i would not be suprised at all if someone told me I'd find better deer and/or more deer on BLM land south of Hatch.

    But at this point, I don't have any idea at all, so anyone that can offer any advice please do.

    Daughter will be pulling trigger on a new 6.5 284
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