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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    I don't think so. Hey nice antelope in your profile pic. Where did you get him? Naperville? -G
    Wyoming Unit 67, 2011. Opening day! Eastman's led me right to him!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kesand72 View Post
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    Also, what techniques would you use to hunt central Wy elk in the sage/rock outcroppings type ground? Glass fr truck, put some miles on your boots?
    What could a hunter expect hunting this type of country in December?

    Those desert bulls can be tough to locate. I would get up on a high point and glass 365 degrees. The desert bulls can be roamers and you never know where they might end up from one day to the next. They are very tough to pattern. It's a bit easier in December. They will be locked in on the food sources. And once you find them, you should be good to go. -G
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    Quote Originally Posted by kesand72 View Post
    Wyoming Unit 67, 2011. Opening day! Eastman's led me right to him!
    Nice buck!!! My wife missed a big buck out there the year before. Not that one though. Congrats. -G
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    Guy, did you see post #11?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    Nice buck!!! My wife missed a big buck out there the year before. Not that one though. Congrats. -G
    Thanks! I actually missed him on the first shot, got excited and yanked the trigger! He stopped again at about 330 yds n I dropped him! Fantastic hunt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhershberger View Post
    Here's my question guy: When packing a bull out of the backcountry (say 4-5 miles from the nearest road w/out horses) in September when it can get to 75 degrees or warmer how do you keep your meat fresh? I usually hang mine in game bags in the shade and try to get it out as quickly as my legs can take me. I normally have 1-2 people to help pack out but it still takes a couple trips. Do you use spray to keep the flies off? Sleeping bags to keep it cool?
    That's always a tough situation. I hang mine elk quarters on the North side of a tree down in as deep of a dark creek bottom as I can find. Then haul it out to the truck piece by piece and put in a Yeti cooler with Ice in the shade. The main thing to remember is to get the meat cooled down below 50 degrees and keep the sun off of it. Throw it in the creek if you have to. Did that once, and used a snow back twice to through it in. Once that animal is down, meat care becomes number one!!! -G
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    please tell Ike, I took his advice and ordered the Eberlestock J34, with all the extras. Just waiting for it to show up!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    That's always a tough situation. I hang mine elk quarters on the North side of a tree down in as deep of a dark creek bottom as I can find. Then haul it out to the truck piece by piece and put in a Yeti cooler with Ice in the shade. The main thing to remember is to get the meat cooled down below 50 degrees and keep the sun off of it. Throw it in the creek if you have to. Did that once, and used a snow back twice to through it in. Once that animal is down, meat care becomes number one!!! -G
    Thanks Guy I appreciate it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Guy, did you see post #11?
    Got it. God plays a huge role in everything I do. I'm sure I don't give enough credit. He knows, I've sent some pretty wacky prayers his way during the fall. -G
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedeye View Post
    please tell Ike, I took his advice and ordered the Eberlestock J34, with all the extras. Just waiting for it to show up!!
    I will. I know, I really like mine. -G
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