Hello there everyone, my name is Brad and I'm a new guy to the forum. Ok, well, new to actually posting. I have been lurking here for a while, reading and learning. Born and raised in Powell and left for the Army when I was 18, which eventually landed me in Washington State. Lived out there for about 20 years did a lot of outdoor activities and got back into hunting, fishing and camping. I'm now back in WY and back to enjoying the Wyoming outdoors. Got my first Archery Elk last year. It wasn't a monster by any means, but was very proud that all my effort had paid off. On our own, on public land, with a general tag. I've shot plenty of deer around these parts growing up, both archery and rifle but I still haven't been able to shoot anything in that 180 and greater class yet, so the hunt continues...
Got all my tags put in for, and now the wait. Although a little spring bear hunting has kept me busy and subsided my anxiousness for September to get here.
Thanks for the introduction Brad!
what areas you put in for?
Area 109 for deer, area 78 for speed goat, and area 38 archery only for elk. How bout you?
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Welcome to the forum brad
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Welcome Brad! I hunt 38 also
Welcome to the forum Brad! Your not the only one waiting for the Wy draw results and your just in time for the official WY draw results thread! http://www.eastmans.com/forum/showth...ts-Coming-Soon!
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