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    i will look into it kiddwinner, is there public land available? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by rugerm77 View Post
    i will look into it kiddwinner, is there public land available? thanks
    ***Why don't you do some research on your own instead of askng questions like that? The Bighorn Mountain units are probably 90% public land if you'd just look at a map for cripes sake. I give out a ton of information on websites, but people like yourself that just come on with a first post and then keep coming back asking question after question like that with obviously no work on their own gets more than a little exasperating to most of us who would be glad to help if you did your part!!! Go hunt H as there is plenty of public land to get lost in and kill a good buck while you're doing it! Geez!!! PS: I've hunted out in Wyoming almost every year since 1992 and have never seen a buck that would go 175", so don't expect a booner wherever you end up on your first hunt out there!
    Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 02-01-2014 at 02:52 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    ***Why don't you do some research on your own instead of askng questions like that? The Bighorn Mountain units are probably 90% public land if you'd just look at a map for cripes sake. I give out a ton of information on websites, but people like yourself that just come on with a first post and then keep coming back asking question after question like that with obviously no work on their own gets more than a little exasperating to most of us who would be glad to help if you did your part!!! Go hunt H as there is plenty of public land to get lost in and kill a good buck while you're doing it! Geez!!! PS: I've hunted out in Wyoming almost every year since 1992 and have never seen a buck that would go 175", so don't expect a booner wherever you end up on your first hunt out there!
    Topgun, don't sugar coat it. Give it to him straight!

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    I think the 100" of snow we've already had up here this winter and no respite in sight is getting to me, LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eberle View Post
    It is against forum rules to ask for help on the first post!
    I thought it was REQUIRED that you ask for hotspots on the first post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDHunter View Post
    I thought it was REQUIRED that you ask for hotspots on the first post!
    Well then I got it backwards, don't think I have asked for any info on anything so far.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Well then I got it backwards, don't think I have asked for any info on anything so far.......
    Thats because you hunt in Nevada where there is a big buck, bull, or antelope behind every bush! LOL

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    TopGun, if you want to feel better about your situation come to the UP for a visit ,home will look a whole lot better.Rugerm77,Region G-H will always hold some good bucks have hunted both especially H.All backpack high elevation hunting,my favorite,good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    ***Why don't you do some research on your own instead of askng questions like that? The Bighorn Mountain units are probably 90% public land if you'd just look at a map for cripes sake. I give out a ton of information on websites, but people like yourself that just come on with a first post and then keep coming back asking question after question like that with obviously no work on their own gets more than a little exasperating to most of us who would be glad to help if you did your part!!! Go hunt H as there is plenty of public land to get lost in and kill a good buck while you're doing it! Geez!!! PS: I've hunted out in Wyoming almost every year since 1992 and have never seen a buck that would go 175", so don't expect a booner wherever you end up on your first hunt out there!
    Exactly why I didn't reply right there. Using a forum to do all your homework just ain't right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDHunter View Post
    I thought it was REQUIRED that you ask for hotspots on the first post!
    Only if you use the term "Not looking for your Honey Hole"!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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