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Old 08-06-2016, 08:49 PM
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Any members live in a antelope abundant area of the state??
This is the first year that I drew ZERO tags (thank you Wash DC for our wolf problem!!). If there is anybody in an area that allows resident over the counter tags, as well as access to land, please let me know. I don't want to buy a tag and find all the antelope on private property (unless you/I have access to that private property). I used to travel a bit on the east side of I-25/90 and saw lots of game, but it was mostly private land with big trespass fees. Not too familiar with the southern part of the state as I try to avoid northern Colorfornia

Now that I have insulted 50% of the WY residents, I should have no problem finding a place to hunt!
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There were 4 outside my place last night. Plenty right here in town, but I hear you get in trouble for shooting them in the streets.
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I don't see the problem.

There is plenty of public land for hunting goats throughout the state. I live in the NE Part of the state and hunt the Thunder Basin NGL (Area 7). Never fail to fill tags by noon on opening day.

Get a Wyoming Land owner map for your GPS. It will show the locations of private and public lands, as well as hunting area boundaries.
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