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    WY unit 20, 1, 3

    So I got landowner contacts in untis 20,1, and 3- anyone hunt these areas? Any advice? yes, nos or maybes?

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    If you have lansdowner contacts in those units, why not ask them? Most will be up front as to their properties. 1 and 3 are not really in the prime antelope country like 20 is. I'd look into the latter as my first choice if you can get on private property.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    If you have lansdowner contacts in those units, why not ask them? Most will be up front as to their properties. 1 and 3 are not really in the prime antelope country like 20 is. I'd look into the latter as my first choice if you can get on private property.
    I guess im skeptical of landowners, being from Ohio, any landowner out here will talk up his land.

    I'll take what they say just wanted opinions. good to know that many are trustworthy! thanks

    Looking seriously at unit 20 now. thanks everyone

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    There's plenty of pronghorns in 20 and be sure to bring a prarie dog rifle.

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    Out of those units I would choose 20 because it has the most public land for plan B if things happened to fall through with the private land.

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    Well having less than good luck contacting landowners. many are full and others I just left a bunch of voicemails. I did talk to an outfitter who suggested units 16 and 22- he said there is good public there but WYFG says its limited access...more homework time

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    16 has some public land but the antelope are mostly on private land from what I have seen.

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    Just keep pluggin away on the phone for unit 20 and you'll find a place veen if you have to go the second week.

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    20 will have lots of leftover tags so if you dont get things figured out by the draw you can always buy a leftover tag later. Take a look at this link, the preview maps will give you a good idea of the public land in each unit. http://www.mytopo.com/products/hunt-...e.cfm?state=WY

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    So I was looking for a second choice in units 11 and 9. 11 is harder to draw but still doable, 9 is easy draw second choice. They both have a ton of walk in areas.

    What am wondering is why the harvest rates are so low? NR's had about 50% success last year. Residents however, were over 90 % any thoughts?

 

 

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