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    Yea, what a bunch of crap about the outtfiter deal, Can you have a res with you, or dose it have to be an outfitter? Either way it's lame.
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    Or has anybody been caught? What is the fine?

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    Ive never hunted Wyo. But I have 5 elk points and 2 moose points. Id wish they would change that before I burn my points, but I doubt that happens, especially since they are thinking about raising the tag prices so much. I think you can have a res but he/she has to have a special permit to take you?? Not real sure on that one...double check before you go.

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    Thanks for all the great replies.

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    Darktimber...what you said in your last sentence. Outfitters with pull in the legislature. You can go fishing or camping or birdwatching...or playing "pocket-pool" in the wilderness any time you want...but you NEED an outfitter to hunt! It's all about money!

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    Wapiti, yeah a resident can take you. You need to go to a G&F office for the free (at least it used to be) permit.

 

 

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