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    Geez, the Bighorns have snow??? Crap or good, not sure what to think. I just hope Its not to bad to get my trailer in there.

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    Robiland, it will melt off fast. Take chains though. That road you will be on can be tough without chains and pulling a trailer. The weather this year is in a wet pattern and you never know what can happen. 3 years ago there was 18" at the camp elevation when I pulled in there. Nothing when you dropped down a couple K ft. Be prepared for it but pray it doesn't happen.
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    My buddy in Sheridan called me last night while he was on the road heading for an antelope hunt in NV. When he went over the mountain between Buffalo and TenSleep he said there was still some snow on the ground up high because it got cold after it snowed a day or two before. It will probably warm up and melt, but take the other advice and go prepared for anything. From September on through the Fall hunting seasons you just never know from day to day what the weather will be. I'll be out in elk unit 45 two weeks from tomorrow helping a member on this site fill his A/O tag and I can't wait to hit the road!

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    buddy came back this morn and they got a spike, hes off for elk in Arizona next week. said he seen a decent 6x with 5 cows, said he was very responsive to calls as far as coming to calls but didn't let any singing lose other than to bark when was closer. (SE Idaho hunt)

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    Bulls were bugling OK Friday night and Saturday also. Had a 5x charge me last evening when I was fumbling around trying to fold that dam montana decoy up after using it to walk past a forky bull. Though he was gunna run me over. First time it ever worked. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by WapitiBob View Post
    Bulls were bugling OK Friday night and Saturday also. Had a 5x charge me last evening when I was fumbling around trying to fold that dam montana decoy up after using it to walk past a forky bull. Though he was gunna run me over. First time it ever worked. LOL
    haha, that is pretty cool and scary, those things can be a pain in the ole arse sometimes to fold up

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    Bulls are starting to talk in Northern Colorado this weekend! Cooler than normal with tons or moisture should be a good rut!

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    Seen a nice bull with a bunch of cows tonight in South Dakota.

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    2 years ago in Rocky Mountain Nat Park a big 6x6 was bugling in the campground i was in during labor day weekend. Very cool. In the Sangres here in CO we always heard them bugling opening weekend. They would come in but they werent shy about it.

 

 

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