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    90-2 camping

    Got any good spots too pitch a tent? I FINALLY drew my tag. Going on my first antelope hunt. It's been on the top of my bucket list since I was a kid. I'm so pumped right now.

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    It would help greatly if you told us what state you drew in! I am presuming from the numbers that you're talking about Wyoming?

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    If it is Wyoming, there were some man-camps down there I think. Just kidding. Seedskadee or however you say that is kindof cool down by Fontanelle. http://www.fws.gov/refuge/Seedskadee..._and_Campfires. kindof right on the border of your area I think.
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    I would find a nice flat spot close to where i wanted to hunt for my tent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I would find a nice flat spot close to where i wanted to hunt for my tent
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    Yep wyoming sorry was pretty excited last night when I seen the draw results. Been waiting a long time for this tag. I drove around the unit one day a couple years ago and didn't really look too hard for a camping spot. I was too busy looking at antelope and sage grouse.

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    http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/field_of...n/camping.html

    Trail Race, Weeping Rock and Slate Creek are some of the areas we stay when we hunt 90-2. That's a great unit have fun!!
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    Thank you woodtick those look like some good spots. We are kinda going about it all backwards we'd have never been antelope hunting before. We started putting in for points and next thing you know we had enough for a good unit. I'm pumped.

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    Take a fly rod and get a fishing license, you'll want a break from the heat and hunting, the Kokanee will be spawning while your there. It's some of the best fishing I've been in on and wet wade it'll feel good to cool off. Not many people can say they caught salmon and killed an antelope in Wyoming!
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    That sounds awesome. We are going to make a long week of it. I'm ready to go now

 

 

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