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    Just finished loading up some 110 NAB this morning....

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    How dare you get me excited for antelope hunting with so many months to wait for the season.

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    I love that 110 Accubond! Always had good success with the 115 Partition but I switched to the Accubond. Gives a bit better accuracy in my rifle and has been a reliable performer with quick knock down results.

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    Any body know how the antelope are doing around Thermoplis this spring?

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    I just got back from a trip to NW Nebraska and saw quite a few antelope out there. Saw a few in the Sandhills but more in the Ogala National Grassland. Saw a stud east of Crawford. I was surprised to saw one that big this early in Nebraska.
    "Elk don't know how many feet a horse has!"

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    Any info on the Douglas area, it's still a month before the draw but I can't wait to start the planning!

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    I guess I haven't been down to Douglas in a little while, but I am starting to see babies around and it is really green all over the PRB. The Big Horns look great and green. Still snow on top, so some good runoff yet to come. It seems like it was a fairly mild winter overall, just wet, so I would say the whole area is in good shape. Wyoming is not on the drought map yet right now, so that is really good news. I feel bad for those that have the drought problems, there are lots of big ugly red spots on the map. Anywhoo, things seem to look pretty good in the area at the moment IMO.

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    Thanks for the info againsttgewind.

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    To tag along here, I spent a couple days in the central part of the state (Areas 106 & 67) camping and what-not this weekend.

    The current grass growth out there is some of the best I can remember so this should bode well for horn growth and fawn survival. Overall, I think the total animal numbers are still below average, but they were pretty spread out due to the abundance of moisture. I think these will be good hunts for those people lucky enough to draw tags in this region with the quota cuts.

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    ....there are a lot of loons mixed in with us triple c-s ers.


    Thanks for the chuckle.....

 

 
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