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    THIS NICE GUY WAS RIGHT UNDER MY OFFICE MOST OF THE TWO WEEKS I WAS THERE. HOPE TO SEE HIM IN A MONTH DOWN THE HAUL ROAD WHEN I'M BOWHUNTING THERE. COOLER AND NICE BREEZE UNDER BULDINGS ON SLOPE SO LESS PROBLEM WITH BUGS.
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    Yeah that looks like a dandy for a sloper 'bou. Most of the guys I see up there have good beam length and mass but not much for tine length. What are your thoughts on those guys up there?

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    we always see nice ones here on the field ( they just never head south usually they go east) and a few monsters but rare for B & C bulls to taken off haul road 8-10 years ago in Sept. saw 15-20 P & Y 'bou together and i'm sure some were B & C. tines do seem to be on short side compared to other parts of state.
    a trophy hunter would be better to fly out for his hunt.
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