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Give me a quote on a Cow Elk #7886355 06/30/20 10:21 PM
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Not now! Lord, butchering one now would be a footrace in this heat!

No, I'm looking for one in the fall once things are starting to cool off a bit.

I'm not looking for a "hunt"...this is grocery shopping with a rifle. You point; I shoot. I do all the knife work. You help me load the old gal and I'm gone.

The closer to Coleman County, the better.

Shoot me information via PM. Thanks!

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Re: Give me a quote on a Cow Elk [Re: 218 Bee] #7896068 07/10/20 12:39 AM
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There is the Mescalero Reservation in New Mexico-$655 and I've tried to get info but no reply multiple times. I've read guys have had troubles and I'm not sure but a "guide" translate tip- might be involved. You have to use a modern rifle- I wanted to use a muzzleloader since it's a cow elk- add something to the hunt.

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Red deer hinds are in that price range.

Re: Give me a quote on a Cow Elk [Re: 218 Bee] #7896671 07/10/20 07:17 PM
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How do they taste? I don't mind shooting cows, etc. if I can increase the sport of it or try out a new gun, such as a traditional round ball muzzle loader.

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Re: Give me a quote on a Cow Elk [Re: 218 Bee] #7898884 07/13/20 04:08 AM
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Thanks for the info, Dave Scott. My wife and I took a pair of cows west of Raton a few years back just south of the Colorado line. Beautiful country but I won't drive that far again when cow elk can be had much closer to me. And while I take my hunting very seriously, this is grocery shopping, pure and simple!

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Red deer hind are very tastey! The flavor and tenderness are much like elk.


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