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    Eh ten four Scott tryin to save a buck

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.j. View Post
    Thanks hunterman, what do you usually pack for clothes that's my main concern, I'm gettin pretty decent equipment, tarp tent scarp2, vortex optics, tenzing& eberlestock packs, I'm gonna try to get my uncle to lend me his msr reactor stove, but clothes I'm not sure what to take.... I got first lite northbranch soft shell pants but am afraid those may be to hot for hiking , your dad made the right call moving to wyoming lol that's the ticket
    I wear the Core4Element clothing, it works really well and fits me perfect. (I have a hard time finding clothes that fit because my legs are bigger around than my waist) But I have no complaints about there clothes. Gonna get me some Kuiu baselayers this year, heard a lot of good things about them. Make sure you bring good rain gear, nothing spoils a hunt like getting wet. And bring plenty of socks. Having fresh socks to put on just makes a man feel good. LOL. Sounds like you have about everything you need. Bring 2 methods of making drinking water, you can never be to careful with that. Just make sure you dress in layers, so you can add clothes when it is cool and take them off when you get hot. My dad said the same thing about moving to wyoming 45 years ago. Wouldn't trade it for the world.
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    Hello AJ, or should I say neighbor, and welcome to E.F.
    Shoot me a pm and tell me where your from in WV.I too am going to WY-H this fall. :-)

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    Mike Eastmans books have alot of info on this and would be a big help planning your hunt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Mike Eastmans books have alot of info on this and would be a big help planning your hunt!
    I 2nd this statement. It's a very good read.

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    Thanks for the comments guys I read high country mulies along with cam Haynes back country book, just gettin anxious I suppose really didn't think we would draw but now we did and I wanna be ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.j. View Post
    Thanks for the comments guys I read high country mulies along with cam Haynes back country book, just gettin anxious I suppose really didn't think we would draw but now we did and I wanna be ready
    High country Mule deer is a great book but Mike's new book Mule Deer hunting tactics has more up to date info on backpacking and clothing since alot has changed in those departments since his first book. David Longs book Public Land Mulies has alot of great info too.
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    Thanks musket man I'll be putting that one on the list

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    I second Long's publication. Very good, indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    High country Mule deer is a great book but Mike's new book Mule Deer hunting tactics has more up to date info on backpacking and clothing since alot has changed in those departments since his first book. David Longs book Public Land Mulies has alot of great info too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    I second Long's publication. Very good, indeed.
    David is a favorite of mine and I have his book and all of his DVDs. The guy just flat out knows mule deer and how to take the big ones with a bow or rifle!

 

 

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