Issue 111 - Wyoming MRS

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

If you ask me, the two words that should sum up the upcoming elk season in Wyoming would be solid and consistent. With a relatively mild winter in the lower elevations and big snowpack up high, the elk fared very well last year going into spring. Although the antler growth ended up a bit off due to a late spring green-up and cold spring weather, the rut was also nearly two weeks late, causing some early season hunters and bowhunters fits.

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