ya your tone was a tad bit......whiney. I have numerous hunts planned in numerous states. I have asked and received information from many of the good people on this site. But I don't ever remember asking "where should I go hunt"...........I spend countless hours on Google Earth, game and fish sites, calling biologists and wardens........and talking to other people on hunting websites. You can go look at BLM maps to find areas with lots of public lands, look at data success rates for past years........I mean, I start planning for the next years hunt as soon as the current hunt ends.
I think you need to take a step back, and re-evaluate what you are getting into. This is not eastern hunting. I would first suggest picking a species to hunt (on your first western hunt I suggest hunting Antelope).......pick at state to hunt...........then call their Game and Fish dept. That is the place start. Once you get a few ideas from them, check them out yourself. Buy maps. get on google earth. Print off success rates. once you get an idea on where you want to go, call the local warden. How easy is the access? Do a lot of guys hunt there? Then..........start asking other people for advice. use questions like.........I am looking into a hunt in SE Montana, I have a few spots picked out, but does anyone have any advice or suggestions??
I spoke to several good people on here who have helped me with advice on hunts. But I would like to think that people see me as a knowledgeable western hunter who has done his homework, but is just looking to add more info to my stack of info I gathered. And that is why I think I have had success with garnering info. and I also give out info to anyone who has helped me any chance I get.
I wish you luck and I hope you get into the western hunting! It is a lot of fun. But I think you have a long way to go before your ready for a hunt.
Good Luck!!!!!!!! =