You can access it from quite a few locations, off of hwy 50 as well as 114. I'd concentrate on what's know as Razor Dome "Razor creek dome". Be very careful if you venture off of the back "north side of the mountain" it's usually a one way trip to the bottom as it tends to be too steep to hike back out of. Lots of elk usually hang in the very dark timber and some very tucked away aspen pockets always hold game . Below this area to the north look into what is know as the 3 sisters and another called Prosser Rock. You will encounter quite a few other hunters in these areas but that's fine most of em don't "work" too hard at getting back into the deep timber. I wouldn't worry about trying to bugle too much, every Tom, Dick, n Harry will be blowing calls at each other. I always lay low n look for small pockets and catch them making a small move from cover or to feed.
PM me and I'll pass on whatever information I can to you. My Family and I have been hunting that area since the early 60's "I'm from Gunnison, weve got 6 generations there". I doubt there are too many rocks in 551 we've left unturned.
Edited by 10ring (06/02/15 10:25 PM)