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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Yes, there are a lot of hunters in 38 that try to road hunt. There is some nasty terrain in parts of 38 and if you are willing to dive right in, you will have no problem.
    Thanks, that's kind of what I figured. I guess that is true in EVERY unit... one more question, Bear lodge is right at Burgess junction, right?

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    Yes, well pretty much. There is like a burgess junction visitors center or whatever and then you go like a mile down the highway past that and it's right there.

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    Yep..get with me I'll show you the cows..lol. Then I'll whack that bruiser bull tailing them.

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    All you boys better get your info straight before you head west! As a local I see alot of out or state plates kicking up plenty of dust. Access in 38 is very good and there are a TON of elk in it. Area 38 does NOT have a single acre of wilderness area in it. It does have plenty of high country and lots of the deep and nasty. Strap on a pair of boots, grab your pack, and get off the beaten path. There is a reason WGF treats this area like a gift horse. Lots of elk, lots of country, and not near enough tags! Good luck

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    That's why I said correct me if I am wrong. I've only hunted areas 38 and 37 and since I am a Wyoming resident, I don't have to worry about wilderness area. I was just checking for his sake.

 

 

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