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    I agree...hard to have a bad goat hunt with 3-4 PPs. With 7? Holy bejesus!

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    [QUOTE=Boilermaker;77002]Attachment 8249

    I used all my points 2 years ago in unit 64. I hoped for the same things you mentioned, 70-80' and good access. 64 is the perfect unit for that. I hunted for 4 days and looked over nearly 300 bucks, mostly average, none over 80 (one was close). Pressure was non existent and the country was beautiful. I would be happy to offer further info[/QUOTE

    can we see some pics of your speeder

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    Hopefully this worked, it's a screen shot I had on my phone. I can post others later if this doesn't turn out. Not the biggest one I seen, but he has a flare to his right antler that I thought was very unique.

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    He is definitely different! Did you score him? I cant even begin to guess on that guy! lol

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    If that left side matched the right, he would have been way up there in score! Cool buck---Thanks for sharing!

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    How tall is that right side?

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    I didn't score it, I would guess low 70's though. The right side is about 14", that picture probably makes it look a little bigger than it really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    ***The units east of Shoshoni and Riverton are good ones for anyone with a few PPs looking for a good hunt and plenty of room to roam!
    You had better do that pretty quick, before that HUGE oil/gas field goes in. It's supposed to be a lot bigger than the Jonah field in SW Wyoming. And all that activity ruined the hunting down there. You get all those access roads & truck traffic and we hunters and the wildlife loses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    You had better do that pretty quick, before that HUGE oil/gas field goes in. It's supposed to be a lot bigger than the Jonah field in SW Wyoming. And all that activity ruined the hunting down there. You get all those access roads & truck traffic and we hunters and the wildlife loses.
    ***I hadn't heard about that and if it's as you say it can't be good for any of the animals in that area.

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    I hunted 47 last year and the weather kicked our butts. October season and when we showed up the Highway was closed from Med Bow to Casper. Finally opened about 2 hours before shooting light. Roads were tough and 2 tracks were a no go. Passed up 8-10 bucks. Hit the highway coming out and it was closed again, but we were on it headed back to Med Bow. Buddy shot a decent heavy 15 1/2 incher. I went back up towards the end of the season and fought another blizzard from Chey town to Laramie. Herds were spooky has hell and the wind was every bit of 60 mph. I did see 3 shooters this time, but left with tag soup!! Great hunt even with the weather as it just added another element to the hunt. I too like the long season.

 

 

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