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New to Colorado/Let's go hunting

Old 08-08-2014, 12:20 PM
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Spike
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Default New to Colorado/Let's go hunting

Just got stationed out in Colorado Springs from California.
Needless to say I am very excited to be here.

So let me get to the point, I want to go hunting.
BUT
Like everyone else that is new to the state I have no clue where to go. I've gone to the local Parks and Wildlife center, exhausted the internet, and even asked buddies at work.
FAIL

My proposal, instead of me asking where to go hunting, and people tell me. Why not go hunting with me. I'll pay for the gas, we can take my truck, and heck I'll even buy the beer for after the hunt.

I'm looking to make new friends out here in Colorado, and learn a thing or two about the land and animals.

Looking to hunt: squirrels, prairie dogs, coyotes, chucks, deer, elk, bear, and possibly anything else I can.

I'm a rifleman, and no longer shoot bow.

Also if you are wondering, I have been hunting since October of 1998, and stay very proficient and careful with my firearms. I expect the same out of anyone I go shooting with.

If interested, please let me know.
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Old 08-08-2014, 10:53 PM
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one post is enough
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Old 08-09-2014, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Tundra10
one post is enough
Hmmm, that is assuming that everyone in this forum likes to hunt small/big game. Which is more than likely incorrect.

When fishing do you limit your self to 1 lure?

I am looking to hunt small/big game in Colorado and choose to reach out to both crowds of hunters.
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