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    Which unit in Wyoming is the best unit to kill a monster goat is it; in the flats in the central part of the state in Natrona co, or around Carbon co, or Sweetwater co. Lets open it up and include private ground. Based on everything I've heard I think most are gonna say Carbon co.

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    I will always be a diehard carbon county antelope hunter. I have hunted down there for 4 years now and I have never taken an antelope under 78". Including while I was 7 months pregnant. lol Although, a lot of people will swear by Natrona County.. I have heard of a lot of really good antelope being taken there and the same with Sweetwater County. I used to live in Rock Springs and there are a lot of good antelope down there.. But like I said.. I'm totally Carbon County for life. lol

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    Is that the red desert?

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    yes

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    Well, I am hunting in Albany county (unit 41), which is just east of Carbon county. Hopefully a few of those 78"+ antelope come roaming over into our hunting area!

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    I've never hunted down there but I I've heard that area is pretty good! Y'all will have to post pictures!

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    Will do!....and you as well.

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    My vote is for Sweetwater.
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    [Do you guys, and gal live in these areas, and see these animals first hand or have you hunted there before?UOTE=Elkoholic307;9826]My vote is for Sweetwater.[/QUOTE]

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    My vote is for sweetwater! There are some toads here and would bet that this county moves up the list for Boone and crockett entries.

 

 

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