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    Thanks blockcaver...good idea to bring some electrolyte packets! Will do that. I am bringing uninsulated boots. My feet always seem to be warm no matter what!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickziegler View Post
    Sr80 are you hinting with Troy or just hunt the area?
    resident of BC, i live 5 hours from there and drew a tag for the same area

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    Sweet! Good luck to you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sr80 View Post
    resident of BC, i live 5 hours from there and drew a tag for the same area
    Did you draw A or B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stew View Post
    Did you draw A or B
    drew B

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    Quote Originally Posted by sr80 View Post
    drew B
    Maybe see you in there, have a few trips planned in there, what time of year you going we have no goat
    draw but if see any thing interesting can let you no.

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    I would optimize the effective range of my rifle. To do this you'll need a scope with an adjustable turret, accurate ammo, and time behind the trigger. Your whole hunt will come down to one shot. I'm a 7mag guy so pm me if you wanna talk specifics. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickziegler View Post
    Beaverfoot outfitting...Golden BC
    Its still a little smokey here from fires, but hopefully cleared up by the time you arrive we are due for some rain. They no there area well but may want to check out
    the southern border of there area on the front range.

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    Heading there this weekend to scout out the area , probably climb some of those mountains if its not too smokey.

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    Thanks guys for the smoke update! I have really been watching the wildfire map...hipe for some rain!

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    A little rain fell, the heat has returned and it is still quite smokey. Small rain events usually cause often severe lightning storms and especially in the Kootenays. So, there are now new fires in the West Kootenays, fairly close to Nelson and this is making more smoke.

    I was last there (home) a month ago and expect to be there, somewhat south and west of Golden, starting the 30th-31st instant to scout for Elk and setup a camp or two for solo hunts in some "sweet spots" I know of........I expect the heat, fire hazard and smoke to be as bad, maybe worse.

    What can ya do, gotta go hunting when ya can, eh?!

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