Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 03-01-2014 at 09:50 PM.
Carter, funny. And no it is not. Pretty sure I know where you were going with that.
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Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 03-02-2014 at 12:01 PM.
Areas 105 to 106 are pretty mountainous, so be prepared for snow, or mid 80's, or rain, or any combination within two hours. I think I heard that the drought has been tough on the animals lately, so I would say 164 would be more affected by the drought. It is kindof in a dry, agricultural, oil patch area. It seems like it has been a cold winter, but not a great deal of snow, at least on the east side of the state. I haven't heard anything about winter kill being more than normal or anything. 2010 when there was tons of snow was tough on the animals, but this year doesn't seem to have been as bad. 164 probably has tougher access with 105 and 106 right in the National Forest and next to Yellowstone, but they are more likely to have bears and wolves around, too. I know there are some walk-in areas and things like that in 164.
I read some of the posts after I posted, but I am too lazy to change stuff. I agree Region Y gets a lot of pressure, and this side of the Big Horns has been drier than the west side, which is kindof unusual, but it you want a whitetail doe while you are out this way a lot of the ranchers would kiss you for helping out. Call the game and fish for a landowner list and Sheridan and Buffalo have lots of places to go. I have had better luck on lower elevations for deer, but that is just me.
Last edited by Againstthewind; 03-28-2014 at 12:37 AM.