Sitka Mountain Gear
Wyoming lope with 2.5 pts.
Pronghorn
Contributors to this thread:
Bowfreak 12-Apr-17
Buffalo1 12-Apr-17
Bowfreak 12-Apr-17
Treeline 13-Apr-17
Treeline 13-Apr-17
LKH 13-Apr-17
Bowfreak 13-Apr-17
midwest 13-Apr-17
Trial153 13-Apr-17
wytex 16-Apr-17
From: Bowfreak
12-Apr-17
I struck out on elk this year and at this point I am looking at leftover cow or possibly WY antelope. I would have a buddy and we would average 2.5 points. If you were looking to have a good hunt over water where trophy/horn size wasn't a concern....what would you do? I am considering many options such as units with limited public access and keeping my points all the way up to using my points in the special draw and paying trespass or outfitter fees. I have done a lot of research in the past on units but as of right now I am not settled on what route to take and where to go. Input from knowledgeable Bowsiters will help a lot in what I ultimately decide.

From: Buffalo1
12-Apr-17
Mark, I'm not sure, but I believe that .5 point is your snag!

From: Bowfreak
12-Apr-17
If I go alone I have 3 points. That is another option.

From: Treeline
13-Apr-17
There are plenty of units that you can draw.

From: Treeline
13-Apr-17
Take a look at the Wyoming website or sign up for one of the services that provides draw statistics.

From: LKH
13-Apr-17
Draw stat's are on the state site.

From: Bowfreak
13-Apr-17
I have put together a pretty good spreadsheet where I can sort the data numerous ways. I think I already have a unit nailed down. Just going to do some deeper research.

From: midwest
13-Apr-17
Going the "special" route opens up a whole bunch more opportunities.

From: Trial153
13-Apr-17
Go hunt insider has some really easy to access info

From: wytex
16-Apr-17
Lots of options with 2+ points,special draw. You can draw an area with good access and get a great buck. Central and eastern half north to south are having a good conditions and populations are doing well.

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