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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by chaka73, Apr 28, 2000.

  1. chaka73

    chaka73 1/2 ton status

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    Hey guys would anybody know how much is the hunting license for nonresidents, I was thinking of going to Colorado this coming hunting season with my K5 obviously, but I would like to know what are the figures that I would be looking at if I make the trip, and could anybody recommend a hunting spot, this year I would like to catch at least an 8 pointer or higher any info on this would be helpful thanks guys. This is kind of a K5 post isn't it?

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  2. Eagle86K5

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    Usually every state has a web page you can go to and it will answer those questions...

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  3. chaka73

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    I really hadn't thought about that, you're right Eagle thanks I'm gonna start checking for that web page I hope I can find it.

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    Thanks again Eagle and I think I'm done for today nite all.

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    I'd take a look at White River National Forest. It's just west of Ft. Collins and south of SteamBoat Springs. We hunted their a couple of years ago and did pretty good.

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    Where are you coming from? The San Juans are a great spot, too. They're down in the SW part of the state, near Durango.
    Last year, I paid $250 for my archery elk tag. Deer is around $150-175
    Blazin' in Flagstaff
     
  8. chaka73

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    I'm coming down from Southern California so it should be quite a drive.

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