Any Wyoming residents out there who can tell me about a good bit of public land for an antelope hunt this fall? I live in Northern Colorado and have applied for a pronghorn tag for 8 years and not drawn one. The Wyoming Fish and Game web site shows a non-res antelope doe tag can be had over the counter for $34, well worth the short trip up I-25 across the border. I was looking at Thunder Basin National Grassland, about a half million acres of what looks like prime habitat, but I could sure use some input from someone in the know. Any ideas?
I'm not a Wyo. resident nor have hunted there.
However I make the drive to Colo. from Utah quite often (I was born in Loveland), and I see antelope quite often from I-80 from Evanston all the way to Laramie. I know that there is alot of BLM land in that area , and would think one could do well just about anywhere in that area.
Good hunting if you get your tag.
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