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    WY Units 78 an 80

    Does anybody have any information on WY units 78 and/or 80 for antelope that they are willing to share? I'm interested in knowing what the trophy potential is like, what the terrain/habitat is like, and hunting access. Thanks

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    Everything I have researched, including from a friend who is a local taxidermist and the game warden is that these units are WAY overrated. There is not nearly the density of antelope and the numbers of trophy bucks as there is in central Wyoming.

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    Thanks, I had a feeling that was the case. I hadn't thought of calling a local taxidermist. They would definitely have some information.

 

 

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