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    Kind of a new guy here

    Been a member for a few months and have found this to be a good forum with some very helpful members.

    I'm from South Dakota and have hunted western SD for 20 years. I got 3 young kids that I can't wait to get into hunting. I've been trying to draw Wyoming elk for six years hopefully this is my year. Also interested in chasing some mulies and antelope around WY after I draw an elk tag. I really prefer archery to rifle hunting.

    In my opinion South Dakota is a pretty we'll kept secret for good quality antelope hunting and some decent mule deer hunting. If anyone is interested in SD just PM me and I will try to point you in the right direction.

    Any shed hunters on here?

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    Welcome roscoe. I hope you will find your stay here to be a good one. There are some awesome folks here on the forum. Hope you get the Wyoming elk your trying for in the coming season and draw.

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    Welcome. I take my dogs out for sheds. Got a honey hole to check out soon but haven't been out this year.
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    Welcome, shed hunting is a great way to get the family outdoors. We look forward to each spring. We have a lab that is still catching on, if he would just slow down!

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    Welcome to EF roscoe, Hope you draw that tag this year. You'll know soon! I shed hunt here in OR, but where I live is pretty thick and deer are spread out, especially during mild winters. So mostly I shed hunt, Just not a lot of finding going on

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    Welcome roscoe!

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    Sent you a PM Roscoe

 

 

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