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    I'll be posting px, thats for sure.....not photo shopped for sure
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    I got a 63-2 tag this year as well. It's my first speed goat hunting trip and I'm looking forward to it. My wife and I took a trip last summer that took us through Wyoming. I absolutely fell in love with the place and can't wait to get back.

    I plan on camping during the hunt. Does anyone have any suggestions for good camping spots? It would be nice to camp on BLM land and not have to pay a camp site fee somewhere else, however if someone knows a nice place that would be worth spending a few bucks for a spot I'd be interested in hearing about it.

    I'd welcome any other advice/tips you may have as well about the area.

    Thanks

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    You can camp at Alcova reservoir, Grey Reef reservoir or Pathfinder reservoir, they have several camping areas, the fee is $7.00 per unit per night. I camped at Alcova last year and may again this year. This link will give you the lowdown,

    http://www.natrona.net/index.aspx?NID=221

    There are also some free campsites along the North Platte River but you will be a little farther from your hunting area and they don't (or didn't last year anyway) have any windbreaks.

    Bob

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    Thanks for the info. I'll check it out

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    If you bring your own water, you should be able to camp out on the BLM land for free. There's lots of it in the unit. Pick a spot and plop down for a few days!

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    Anyone camped on the Miracle Mile? I can find a little info about it but its harder to find any detailed information.

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    Miracle mile has quite a few spots to camp at, it's more known for the fact that it's the best fly fishing on the platte river

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    Thanks good to know...I love to fly fish and will plan on an combo antelope / fishing trip now!

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    Area 63 is great in that you have a lot of area to roam and not very many people to share it with. Early season will find the goats spread thin and up along the tree line, last of the season they bunch up and its easier to find a larger than average goat.
    The leftover 63-2 tags last less than a minute....
    Have not been up there scouting yet but have been told the area has plenty of water and the fire didnt bother the goats too much. Camping is easy as the area is more gravel then bentinite, all you gotta do is find a piece of BLM out of the wind.
    If your only seeing a dozen bucks a day your not looking very hard.......

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    Three of us hunted the opening week. We had a great time. We each killed a buck. Looked over quite a few before we punched all the tags. Camping on the miracle mile was excellent. Very happy to have picked up these left over tags. Can't wait to do it again.

 

 

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