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 Post subject: Wyoming Antelope Info Sought
PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 9:05 pm 
Diamond Grade

Joined: Sun Mar 12, 2006 5:49 pm
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Location: St. Louis, MO
Our group of three Missourians drew doe antelope permits for Area 106 this fall, and will go the second week of the season, and motel in Riverton.

Is anyone familiar with this area? We're seeking info on public land to hunt, but are willing to pay if appropriate.

Also would appreciate any info on prairie dog hunting opportunities in the same general area.

Jerry Goldstein
St. Louis, MO
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 Post subject: Re: Wyoming Antelope Info Sought
PostPosted: Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:54 am 
Field Grade

Joined: Fri Feb 06, 2009 12:09 pm
Posts: 26
Location: port st luice FL
gold 40 try here bud i think these guys are a litle bit more on big game

oh sorry if i cant do that

SHARK HUNTING 1# and anything else with fins and fur

 Post subject: Re: Wyoming Antelope Info Sought
PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 12:00 am 
Field Grade

Joined: Sat Aug 15, 2009 8:25 pm
Posts: 48
Location: nor cal
Hunted antelope in unit 74 also outside of riverton. We were unable to get a room due to the oil workers haveing them all booked.
How many doe tags per man do you have? I believe you can have up to 4 per man. I would suggest calling and see if any are left for unit 74, since you are right there, and there are so many antelope your hunt can be over very fast.

If you plan on using a butcher you will have to drive to Lander, about a 30 minute drive from riverton. At least that is how far I remember it being.
If you take proper care of your antelope you will have some of the finest meat available. We built a winch system that slid into the hitch of my truck allowed us to hang,skin,gut in that order. Keep the hair off and out of the meat as much as possible and carry alot of ice to cool them. We would stuff 2 bags of ice into each critter and got them to the butcher. Also if you are going on the opening week be aware that Lander hosts the one shot antelope hunt and the butchers cold box fills very fast. We heard how bad antelope taste but it is now my favorite.

I would think that the majority of the area will be blm and I see no reason to pay to hunt. There is a over abundance of antelope in that area. Also as I stated above you can get left over doe tags on a first come first serve basis. We just called a sporting goods store and gave our credit card and the sent the tags to us. It was a great deal at $29(two years ago) I think the left over tags are now $39 each

I hope you have great trip.
pm me if you have more questions

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