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    diy mule deer hunt region H,Wyoming

    I have drawn a region H mule deer tag for Wyoming.My first trip there and am doing a diy hunt as a nonresident of Wyoming.Just want to shoot a buck mule deer.Don't have to be a trophy.Any ideas on areas to look at?I know I'm not allowed to hunt wilderness areas without a guide.Thanks,Bruce
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    Sorry I can't help you on that I'm in the same boat. Gonna try for region g or h next year not sure which one yet. I would assume less people in h do to wilderness area. All I've heard is go deep.

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    Thanks.I'm hearing alot of huging the wilderness line.Been checking alot of maps and will be doing some scouting on some mountains and burnt lands there, a week before the season.As of now going to do alot of hiking and camping out coyote style.Who knows.I'll have 6 total weeks of fun between mule deer and elk to find out.I'll get to see some great scenery if anything.Always hunted whitetails here in the East and have shot a pile of them, both with gun and bow.Always wanted to hunt out west so I'm taking the guiding season off here in Maine this year and giving the west a try.Will be interesting for sure.
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    I've heard the national Forest is good. Or is that the same as wilderness? Do non resident need a guide in national forest?

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    You dont need a guide for national forest or state land. You only need a guide to hunt wilderness.

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    Just found out there is no boundry line marked off between the national forest land and the wilderness area.
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    Does it show on the GPS? If not guyed be lost unless you know the country well.

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    Never used a gps other then the one for driving roads.
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    Let us know how you do. Expect some awesome pics!!

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    Wilderness boundaries are usually marked on main trails or trail heads entering a wilderness. A gps with a hunting gps map chip will show the boundaries and is your best bet for knowing exact land owership boundaries. www.huntinggpsmaps.com. Not all gps's will take a chip. I use a garmin oregon 450t gps.

 

 

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