WYOMING DRAW LIST UP NOW

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Stephen Borud
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Re: WYOMING DRAW LIST UP NOW

Post by Stephen Borud » Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:49 am

Yea Don that's right. He calls it a smoke pole, everytime he says that I wanna puke, of course he knows that that's why he says it. :lol: I might talk him into laying a goat down with the 50, it only takes once and your hooked.

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Kodiak
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Re: WYOMING DRAW LIST UP NOW

Post by Kodiak » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:25 pm

Oh, I'll bring that new 45/70 Shiloh for sure. But that ol' 45/90 roller is still well and ready! Got to work-up a hunting-bullet load for the '70, though. I cast some in 40:1 recently, and need to get on paper with them, if it EVER stops rainin'.

Jim
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alans49
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Re: WYOMING DRAW LIST UP NOW

Post by alans49 » Fri Jul 15, 2011 9:32 pm

I drew and elk tag for Unit 32. I plan on bow hunting in September and using my 50-90 for the gun hunt if it gets here on time, otherwise I will be shooting my 45-70 with paper patch bullets. Never been there any help from you that have would be appreciated!

Alan :mrgreen:
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Don McDowell
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Re: WYOMING DRAW LIST UP NOW

Post by Don McDowell » Fri Jul 15, 2011 10:31 pm

:?: What in the world possessed you to put in for that area?
Anyway the north end of it is typical Red Desert country, big rolling hills,some juniper stands, lots of sage and greasewood, and not much water. Further to the south you'll find some spots of quakie ,juniper, and pine timber on the hillsides,some chokecherry,buffalo berry and sand cherry thickets, some springs and small creeks, lots of sagebrush and greasewood..
Take a good set of optics, and be prepared to do alot of glassing.
Lots of activity in that area, so the critters stay fairly well wound up. I wouldn't put a lot of faith in stickin anything with an arrow, other than a cottontail...
Good luck and have fun.
AKA Donny Ray Rockslinger :?

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