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    Wyoming antelope hunt

    My daughter and my dad both had Wyoming Antelope tags. We left Friday and made the 12 hour drive to our unit getting there at 3:40 am.

    We found a little spot on the side of the road and threw out bags out and slept under the stars for a few hours and were up at 7:30 hunting.

    We had a very good day and were able to fill both of the tags on Saturday. We camped out again this night in a tent to keep us out of the wind and rain. Sunday morning we quartered up all the meat and headed back home.

    Early Monday morning we made it home. A lot shorter trio than we had planned, but nothing beats spending time with your kids and your dad.






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    well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldno7 View Post
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    Which unit?

    I used to hunt 95(?) quite a bit. South of Green River.
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    72. West of Casper


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2065toyota View Post
    72. West of Casper


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    You really did do a marathon trip.....
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    Way to get the younger generation involved. Congrats to both of you.

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    She has always been involved. Been on lots of deer, elk, lion & bear hunts. She got a decent buck last year with her bow


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    She is pretty excited after getting her picture in a magazine

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    It's my daughters bday today and I stopped by and picked up her antelope mount. Jeff Baird did an awesome job on it

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    Very nice

    I like that whitetail as well.
    My daughter married a cattleman and they have a 2000 acre ranch, in OK.
    Lots of good deer there but not quite that good, that I've seen yet.
    We just got back from pig hunting there.
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    Great info guys, I appreciate it. As far as trophy hunting goes I dont expect to harvest a record. If I came back with a doe I would be happy. Im hopping I can get a doe tag as well as a buck tag. I was really curious about the weather and it seems that it can be all over the place that time of the year. This is something that I plan on doing at least once every other year. If not goats, elk mullies or maybe moose "hopefully someday". I figured for a first camping/hunting trip antelope would be a good choice. Ive got more than a year to wait and I already cant see strait.








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