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    Exclamation Backcountry hunting tips and information

    Come post up how you prepare for and ultimately tag your big game!

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    Get over there and post up your suggestions, expertise, and equipment ideas Addix nation!



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    Wow fellas - nothing?



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    I usually back country when the deer and elk season overlaps its usually the first week of september, I try and go for 5-7 days I just try to pack as light as possible, a gallon of water, 10 freeze dried meals bottle of water purification tablets,mini stove,two knives sharpener 20 degree marmet bag wool blanket foam pad, about ten energy bars, little pot to cook in ,rope, cheese cloth, purified water bottle, binos and or spottinscope, Im sure theres more I forgot, If i am going into a new area its always good to scout it out before hunting the area I like to take a map and mark where the springs or water source is. nothing is worse than being in the mountains with no water and not knowing where to find it, I used to wear my self out the first two days trying to push myself, took me a while to relize I can last a lot longer and go alot further if I just pase myself I found the best way for me to prepare for backcountry hunt is to go hiking try to go at least 3 to 4 hrs every day 2 months before the hunt. Its helps to know someone with horses or mules too.
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    Thanks for share,useful!

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    hi......welcome to this forum site........!!!!!!!!!!!

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