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There were 9 people in camp and 7 people got their bull so good success on getting bulls. One was probably a 300 inch 6x6, a couple other 6x6 and 5x5's that were decent and the others were rag horns. Personally I only had an opportunity on a 5x4 but didn't want to put an expensive tag on an immature bull less than half way thru my hunt. If you are wanting to see a lot of elk with a good chance on getting a bull without caring about the size, and not having to work very hard to get one, I would recommend this place. The typical hunting day was to sit for an 1 1/2 or 2 hours in the morning and another 1 1/2 or 2 hours in the evening. The rest of the time you are sitting at camp having lunch, napping, or playing cards with the guides. It would really be a good hunt for older people who aren't in the best shape, a father/son couple, etc. So if you are looking for longer days in the mountains where you hike a couple miles, this isn't the hunt for you. The food was excellent all week and the chef was fun to talk with. I enjoyed spending time and sharing stories with Pete, my guide. The cabin accommodation were good.
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We had high winds and a few inches of snow the first day but the rest of the week the temps were good.