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    elk population etc.
    good places to start looking
    i will be going out there in july/august to scout
    so any help would be appreciated

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    Elk population---very good with good bulls
    Good places to start looking---Start high in the forest, but not up into the wilderness unless you have a guide or licensed resident guide, and work your way down depending on how good or bad the weather is IF you get a tag. You say you're hunting there next season, but the application period isn't even until next month and the draw results won't be known until the end of February, so don't count your chickens before they hatch as the old saying goes! Have you checked the draw odds and how many PPs it takes to draw compared to what you have?
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    yes i did check into it
    i will be going into it with 4 pp
    but my 2nd choice will be caw so i will draw that for sure.
    area 40 does not have wilderness area

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    Yep, I was thinking of the far east side of 41 that has some wilderness and you should get a bull tag with 4PPs for either 40 or 41. Good luck to ya!!!

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    There are a lot of great bulls in 40. Eastmans' don't seem to think too highly of it but it's pretty underrated in my opinion. A 370+ bull gets killed there every year and the sheds picked up in the spring are proof that some big boys are still around. I came across this bull in October. His buddies were much bigger than him but he was the only one that stopped and let me take his picture.

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    Nice bull Elcoholic! Hopefully 40 stays underrated so it doesnt get harder to draw. I might try to draw it next year but Im undecided between 40 and 38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Nice bull Elcoholic! Hopefully 40 stays underrated so it doesnt get harder to draw. I might try to draw it next year but Im undecided between 40 and 38.
    i was thinking about 38 also but 40 is smaller and this would be my 1st trip to wyoming so 40 it is

 

 

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