lots of interst, lots to trade

Discussion in 'Swap A Hunt' started by grit, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. grit

    grit Well-Known Member

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    I'll just make a list of some interests and some things I could trade.

    THINGS TO TRADE:
    Teaching: Long range archery or rifle, elk calling, predator calling, horsemanship, horse packing, horse training, horse shoeing,

    Services: Hunt filming, Guiding ( I'm familiar with some great deer and elk areas in Utah and Colorado), horse packing, spike camp / drop camp, game recovery, construction services.

    Stuff: Rustic furniture, custom packsaddles


    STUFF I'D LIKE TO HUNT: Bighorn sheep, black bear, cougar, elk, antelope, mulies, whitetail......
     
  2. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    Fascinating, I'll be watching this thread.
     

  3. magicofmt

    magicofmt Well-Known Member

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    Grit, how hard is it to draw tags in Utah for your guided hunting spots for Muleys?
     
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  4. grit

    grit Well-Known Member

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    Magic,

    First, I want to clarify that I am not a quide. Just do a lot of hunting, am outfitted well, and have some good experience.

    Utah deer tags:
    1. In Utah one must choose a single limited entry specie to apply for each year (elk, deer, or antelope). I choose to put in for elk each year.

    2. Limited entry tags take ten years or more for residents to draw. I don't know draw odds for non residents. My personal favorite is the Henry's.

    3. I hunt the dedicated hunter program. This allows me to hunt deer during the archery, muzzleloader, and rifle general seasons.

    4. I am familiar with some great areas in the central and southern general season areas.

    5. The draw is in january-february. I believe you would draw a tag the first or second year.

    6. There are probably left over archery tags. If you archery hunt, I much prefer the archery hunt. The tags are statewide, the season is long, and there are a lot more deer out.
     
  5. bighornbob

    bighornbob Well-Known Member

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    Grit,
    I am a sucker for archery mulies. I have super whitetail in central Illinois. The area my land is located is managed for large mature bucks. The land owners here are dedicated to large deer. I also have a world class area in eastern Colorado for prairie puppies. Bring extra barrels. Please contact if you have any interst. You can email me, Bob at eurosport@comcast.net
     
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  6. grit

    grit Well-Known Member

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    Bob,
    I see I missed this by a month. These threads need something to notify you if you get a response. Let's talk.
     
  7. Len Backus

    Len Backus Administrator Staff Member

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    Well, actually there is such a feature but you had it disabled in your User Control Panel. I fixed it for you so you will now automatically be notified by email whenever a reply is made to a thread where you have previously posted.
     
  8. jimbo300

    jimbo300 Well-Known Member

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    And what a great feature it is, Thanks Len.
     
  9. MontanaWolf

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    Howdy Grit,
    I would love to learn some horsemanship & packing techniques. I live near Helena MT & always travel back & forth to CA so maybe we can hook up sometime along I-15 to see what we can do for each other. Just PM me. Blessings
    MW