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    Wyoming Goats

    Hopefully headed to Wyoming for antelope and mule deer this year. This will be my first time ever out West hunting and am looking forward to reading about tips, tactics and tricks to harvest a respectable animal. Thanks Eastmans for writing about Western Big Game. Living in the Midwest it is tough to read, watch and listen to all the stories about Western Big Game and not partake every year in it. Look forward to all posts!

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    Which areas are you looking at waterswat? Ive got my choices narrowed down to 20 different areas. Some more research to do to get it narrowed down some more. MRS section is a big help on doing this task.

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    Good luck in Wyoming. I have enjoyed every trip to Wyoming so far. Took a 70" SCI buck in 2007 with the rifle near Casper, WY and ate tag soup in 2010 near New Castle, WY with the bow. Wasn't for lack of trying, just needed to remember which pin was 50 yards and which one was 60 yards...LOL.

    If I don't get drawn in AZ or NM this year, I will be returning to Wyoming again this year with the bow.

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    Are wy non residents archery tags over the counter?
    Last edited by Codes; 02-21-2011 at 04:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codes View Post
    Are wy non residents archery tags over the counter?
    No you have to put in for the draw, the tags are general tags but Wyoming holds a special archery season for antelope in Mid-August that you can hunt using your general tag in the same area. If you don't get a goat during the archery season you can still use it during the rifle season in October.

    If you miss the draw deadline, which for Antelope is March 15 I believe, you can hope for leftover tags in your chosen area which are available in June.

    good luck
    2011 PSE Omen Pro 60#/26.5" 290 fps w/374 grain arrow
    2009 PSE Xforce GX 60#/26.625" 301 fps w/304 grain arrow; 276 fps w/374 grain arrow
    2011 PSE Bow Madness XL 55#/26.5" 243 fps w/406 grain arrow
    2011 PSE AXE-6 60#(IBO)58#(ASA)/26.5" 292 fps(IBO)287 fps(ASA) w/300 grain arrow

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    Looking at doing a combo hunt or seperate?

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    Let's see if I can put up a pic.

    Nope. Anyone else figured how to do it yet?

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    If you have a photobucket acct, you can copy the IMG code on your post to download the pics. There might be other ways to do this, but it worked for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffd061 View Post
    If you have a photobucket acct, you can copy the IMG code on your post to download the pics. There might be other ways to do this, but it worked for me.
    Thanks man, it worked.

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    Thats a great lope, especially with a bow. Congrats.

 

 

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