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    Area 70 Wyoming Antelope Success 2012

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    Just got back from my dad and I's first antelope hunt. Hunted area 70 South of Casper Wyoming and camped along the Platt River. Harvested a nice 70 class buck openning morning and 3 additonal does on Sunday. Already planning for next year!! All were harvested on private ranches in the North half of the hunt area. We did scout the public land for 2 days but saw very few goats on the public land. Something unusual was one of the does has horns with prongs!! The F&G officer at the check station said he had never seen a doe with that large of horns and with prongs.

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    That's way cool! I've never seen a doe with that big of horns either. Pretty unique.

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    Nice job Airborne1. That doe is just crazy looking. Congrats!

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    wow that really cool never seen a doe with horns. Looks like some full freezer and good eating

 

 

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