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Lottery Done and IFFWALLEYES was successful

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Yes I got my Elk tag for MT this year. We are going to be hunting around Helena. Now the preparation begans. I have to start getting my butt into shape. I also need to get to working with my bow to get it in tip top shape.

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Congrats, go out and get er done.

A. Shae

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Congrats Jason. smile.gif You will have a great hunt. I need to apply there again as it is awesome hunting country.

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Congrats!!!!!!

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Congrats! Doing it yourself or heading out with a guide?

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We are going to do it the old fashion way. Public Land on our own no guide.

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My camp is "self-guided" as well (CO and MT). If you need any gear (tent, stove, etc.) let me know and maybe we could work something out.

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