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    Guy's Top Mule Deer Units- And a few others with fewer points...

    Make sure you take a look at the lower point unit hunts. If you are thinking this might be your year it is something to consider.

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    All I see is Guy's top Wyoming mule deer hunts.

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    I think Scott meant Mule Deer not Antelope.

    I fixed the title.
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    It needs to be moved into the mule deer section also.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    Ok-this yrs data-checked the thread out since it had activity today. I get it now.



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    Glad my spots aren't on that list,lol.

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    I believe Wyo is in trouble if 87 is the best mule deer unit Wyo has to offer! I usually don't like to flair any feathers but strongly disagree with that statement! I agree that it would be a quality hunt experience due to few tags and neat country to hunt...but if you are searching for a true wall hanger B&C buck you might want to search elsewhere! I've spent a great deal of time in parts of that unit and it has HORRIBLE genetics. Lots of small to medium sized 3x's that are the norm. With that said, there are scattered decent muley bucks in 87 but it is a far cry from the best muley unit in the state! Yikes if it is!!!! There are other places in Carbon County where the genetics are a lot better...if they can survive enough rough winters and hunting pressure.

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    I've seen some great bucks there. I think 84 likely should have made the list as well but it's a tough hunt with the amount of private land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimss View Post
    I believe Wyo is in trouble if 87 is the best mule deer unit Wyo has to offer! I usually don't like to flair any feathers but strongly disagree with that statement! I agree that it would be a quality hunt experience due to few tags and neat country to hunt...but if you are searching for a true wall hanger B&C buck you might want to search elsewhere! I've spent a great deal of time in parts of that unit and it has HORRIBLE genetics. Lots of small to medium sized 3x's that are the norm. With that said, there are scattered decent muley bucks in 87 but it is a far cry from the best muley unit in the state! Yikes if it is!!!! There are other places in Carbon County where the genetics are a lot better...if they can survive enough rough winters and hunting pressure.
    If you haven't seen any big mulie bucks in #87, you're looking in the wrong places.

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    What do you consider big?

 

 
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