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Thread: Unit 24 WY Elk

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    I know the season starts on Oct 1 for Rifle. When does it end?

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    The past couple years the rifle season has ended on Oct. 14th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by libidilatimmy View Post
    The past couple years the rifle season has ended on Oct. 14th.
    Yeppers…most likely the same this year. I believe the actual dates will be out in about May.
    Grand Slam #1005 + 2: Dall (1986 Yukon), Fannin/Stone (1987 Yukon), Bighorn (1988 Colorado Unit S-26), Stone (1995 British Columbia), Desert (2001 Nevada Unit 161), Bighorn (2009 Wyoming Unit 5)

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    Dates are available the last week of March if you know who to talk to. You can't have public meetings on dates and bag limits, without dates and bag limits......

    Not final but I haven't seen the commission over rule them yet.

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    Has anyone out there hunted unit 24?

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    Lab, send me a PM. I spent a good deal of time hunting the area two years ago...depending on how picky you are, getting a goat will not be too hard. I shot a 78" buck but saw a bigger dude while predator hunting in the foothills of all places. He literally about ran me over while chasing a doe at twilight. We did not hunt till late september

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    Lab is gonna have a hard time explaining to the game warden why he has an elk tag on his antelope. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lab View Post
    Has anyone out there hunted unit 24?
    What kind of questions are you looking to have answered?

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    I think buck fever was looking at the antelope unit 68 that is the same area as elk unit 24. Sure would be nice if deer,elk, and antelope were all the same units. Less confusing. I understand the units are different sizes. I am more interested in elk 24 but if we do draw I will most likely try to get the goat tag for the same area as elk 24. If I am looking at it right this would be antelope 68

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    68 antelope looks like it has more of elk 24 in it then any other antelope units but it looks like some of 24 is also in 61, 106, and possibly 64 antelope as well. It is confusing having different unit numbers for deer, elk, and antelope.

 

 

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