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Just wondering what plans are in the works for TAS hunts during the upcoming 2020 season.  
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I think there to Busy with the 3-D championship. .but I’m still going to maine for the bear hunt . Come and join me 🐻🏹
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I think there to Busy with the 3-D championship. .but I’m still going to maine for the bear hunt . Come and join me 🐻🏹


Dan, What outfitter are you hunting with?

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Wish I could afford the trip to Maine.   The past reports have been so good.  

I have thought about something here in Colorado.  It could involve elk, deer and bear.  Any planning needs to wait for the 2020 brochure to come out.  There will be some changes and it would be important to be sure that it's an over the counter unit. 

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Utah is always open to visitors. If any are interested then a location will be setup.
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Darrin  Ron Greco he took over for Ed . Only guys in camp shoot trad are me and Val . Bull moose adventure. Hubert is still guiding. Would be great to have more trad guys in camp 🐻🏹👍
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Steelflight, sent you a PM.  Thanks!
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For those inexperienced in putting on a hunt. Having animals tied up to be shot is not part of the deal. Being local and finding a legal huntable area that offers a reasonable chance of getting close to a target critter is first. An area that has somewhat safe camping or cheaper ( affordable) accommodations is important.

Really, the rest is up in the air. Right there you've done a real service for any who might be able to partake.

Offer, but don't get upset if there are no takers. We all have lives that very often get in the way. Younger working guys have money but no vacation. Older retired guys got time, but no money.

For travelers... sure, i want to be successful, but we need to rethink what success is. Getting to go do something where you have never been is success. Seeing a target critter is success. Getting a shot is more success and harvesting one is...wow !

More successes, and actually, much more important in the big scheme, is getting to meet others, playing ( oh...ya GOTTA learn about stupid shots) and making long term friends you would never have otherwise gotten...those are important too.


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That's good advice, Chuck.  I'm not sure what you mean by a
 "safe" place to camp.

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x2 chuck. i had a great time just shooting with all of you. i would seriously love to do it again. but i got another year before i have another week added to my vacation. lol unless things change. the stupid shots are the best shots.
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Longcruise.  I have been hearing about camps being stolen.  The whole camp, tent and all.  Unless you are in on it you can't control that, but choosing a camp area where  it happens weekly is not "safe".  My personal safety is my own responsibility.  Done ok at that so far.
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I see what you mean.  That hasn't been a problem for me or others that I know .  We tend to camp on managed campsites or off the beaten track accessed by NF roads.   Hope this doesn't become a problem in my hunt areas![eek]

I have an area that could be very good for a group hunt but over the counter units are changing this year.  If It becomes a draw unit it probably won't work. 

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Good advice chuck . Man how much fun was that first TAS bear hunt . Great memories.  
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The bear hunt is on my bucket list for sure
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And ya know...it doesn't have to be mt goat, elk, bear, rhino (i think ol Tim is working on that rhino thing).

Bunnies, Skwerls, carpses. Nutria, whatever you got going is fun to someone. I would easily drive 2-4 hours to do stuff and meet my on line friends. Guessing others would too.

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