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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Thanks for the info guys! What is the temps/weather usually like that time of year in that area?
    I would say you could experience any weather. It was 3-4 years ago a friend had the Hawthorne tag is that time frame and they had snow and crappy conditions. Really wet and muddy. But it could be 70-80 and sunny on the flats. Nv weather can really change.

    A joke I hear is of you move or come to Nv and don't like the weather, wait 20 minutes lol.
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    Around here the joke is if you dont like the weather wait 5 minutes and it will change. It can be true sometimes too! Not sure I ever been to NV in the summer but seems like it would be pretty hot during the aug/sept early seasons and it would be harder to hunt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Around here the joke is if you dont like the weather wait 5 minutes and it will change. It can be true sometimes too! Not sure I ever been to NV in the summer but seems like it would be pretty hot during the aug/sept early seasons and it would be harder to hunt?
    I don't think it is hard in that time. Still see the pronghorn like on any other hunt. Water becomes key though, unless you are near a field/ ranch.

    It is usually pretty warm pronghorn hunting though.
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    I expect water wound be key on the later hunt too unless there were some early storms?

    I just got a call from a friend that he saw a lot of elk and big bulls south of jackpot along the highway a couple days ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I expect water wound be key on the later hunt too unless there were some early storms?

    I just got a call from a friend that he saw a lot of elk and big bulls south of jackpot along the highway a couple days ago!
    They migrate through there every year, always good bulls to be seen.

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    Got my new scope mounted!! Time to spend money flinging lead at the range!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    They migrate through there every year, always good bulls to be seen.
    I figured they wintered in that area. I been through there just never at the right time I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I expect water wound be key on the later hunt too unless there were some early storms?

    I just got a call from a friend that he saw a lot of elk and big bulls south of jackpot along the highway a couple days ago!
    Yep, migrating.

    Unless you get some rain, they usually are dependent on water, if there aren't multiple near by.

    I would later on they still need water, but depends on the weather.
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    I never seem to run into them along there either, only seen cows a couple of times.

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    Thanks! Hopefully I draw it some year! I might not put in this year. Im going to put in for that or a ML hunt in CO. Seasons are to close together and I dont want to take a chance drawing both on the same year. Have not made up my mind yet

 

 

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