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If you plan on hunting in the any bull or spike only elk hunts when the rifle season opens October 8, you better hurry. The Division of Wildlife Resources reports that as of last Friday, only 491 any ...

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    Updated Sep 22 2016 12:54 pm   |     |   Share


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