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Hey everyone in a pickle. My 85 year old grandpa has a muzzleloader bull tag for the wasatch. We had originally planned for a different area, but his tenitus (ringing in the ears) he got with the Arillerty in the Army has flared up pretty bad and isn't up for such a long drive. He wants to head up around Strawberry instead since it's not too far. I'm not asking for anyone's honey hole, but anyone have any opinions on where we could take him that isn't too far of walking, and not much of an incline hike. We aren't looking for any monsters, the first bull that's not a spike we will take. I know strawberry very well, and I have some spots in mind, but just looking for some other opinions
 

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I have hunted areas around strawberry that I don't think it would be super tough to turn up a 300+ bull. That would be a lot better than killing a little raghorn. But with a muzzleloader, all the requirements may be tough. (Especially the not too steep stuff)

I will send you a PM with an idea.
 
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