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Mountain Lion Hunt #7584048 08/19/19 09:17 PM
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Looking for a mountain lion hunt. Would love to find something in south texas, but I know thats damn near an impossible hunt without a lot of luck. So anywhere in the US would work. Would love to find something for soon, but if not, would just like to look at all my options. What do y'all think?


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I have some phenomenal hunts in Colorado and Utah. Pm sent

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They will be much prettier in winter. NM and Colorado are close enough for a days drive and maybe an on call hunt when conditions and tracks are right.
A mountain hunt is not for the faint of heart, following hounds across the mountains is not easy but very exhilarating.

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