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    6 points and need some advice

    Looking to cash in next fall for my antelope tag and need some help from people that know the areas or have been there. I am going into this draw with 6 points have been looking at 88 89 63 52 65 68 75 77 90. I know some have little different draw odds than others but all seem to be units I got basically 50/50 chance drawling or better. I am looking for a very good goat and don't really have much info on the herds and how they made out last winter. I know this winter could really change things also but would be a good spot to start know what's good now so I can watch them this winter and see what would be best to put my chance towards. Also most of these areas look pretty good for access but any pointers in these areas would be great to. Or if I am over looking any other units let me know any help would be great thanks guys

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    Making the assumption that we are going to Wyoming?
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    Yea Wyoming sorry

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    The farther East you go, the less affected by the winter of 16/17 herds will be. Any unit requiring a minimum of 5 or 6 points will yield a great hunt with lots of animals and lots of public land. Any of them could turn up a trophy buck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtm307 View Post
    The farther East you go, the less affected by the winter of 16/17 herds will be. Any unit requiring a minimum of 5 or 6 points will yield a great hunt with lots of animals and lots of public land. Any of them could turn up a trophy buck.
    This is solid advice, and if you put your research into the MRS charts with this in mind it will be pretty easy to see which units to highlight.
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    77, 79, 89, 65, 66, 106

    All units have 75% public land and 90% or better success rates.

    Best of luck to you in your research.

 

 

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