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Drew this unit due to adding to friends app and used the wrong hunt code any info would be great.
Hunt where the elk are. Hope this helps.
Good advice. I do this and it works well.
One tip, when you ask for a tip, is let people know what state you’re talking about.
I apologize i created an account and thought i was in the New Mexico forum sorry for the misunderstanding
What hunt do you have? 16E is a tough hunt to come in unprepared. If it's dry, I personally would sit water. If it's wet, watch the roads and pay attention to where you camp. A lot of that muck turns into truck-eating soup. I've seen more than one truck buried to the frame out there.
Anyone knows where 16E is without naming a state. Lol
How do you use the wrong hunt code when attaching to a friend's application?
“Anyone knows where 16E is without naming a state.”
Is there a unit 16E in any state other than New Mexico?
There are 2 mountain ranges and road access is limited. Be prepared to hike and don’t overlook lower elevations around the base of the range to the east (don’t recall the name).
Hunted 16D many moons ago, all the advice I got was go high. I did, did not find any elk, Was camped down low. Overslept one morning and as I was headed back up to the peaks, ran into elk where they were not supposed to be. Did get a shot at a really good bull but blew it. So check out the low areas too.
So this is about elk hunting in New Mexico?
Wear some good boots, rocks are ankle killers...best of luck