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    Wyoming unit 100 type 1

    Looking for advice on unit 100 elk, type 1. Drew with Max. Points NR. Will be making a couple trips down. anyone willing to assist can PM me. Thanks in advance.

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    It's one of the most limited elk tags in the whole state! Drive down, shoot big bull, pack him out, drive back to Oregon, share pics!

    Obviously it won't be that easy but it's your 1st post and I had to give you $hit. I have no advice, except enjoy every aspect of it, you'll not likely be back to hunt it again. And welcome aboard, stick around and share a little about yourself and I'm sure you'll get some pointers.

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    All good and expected to have a few replies like this. At 57, I will not be hunting this unit twice

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    Hi Mike. There are several threads with good info on this area if you do a search. Desert elk can be really fun to hunt. Hope you have a great time. This area is in high demand due to the terrain and general visibility of elk imo. Trophy quality is good but not amazing. Plan to shoot a 300 class bull in a really cool setting and you won't be disappointed.

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    Here is a link that may help you; https://forum.eastmans.com/showthrea...g-unit-100-Elk

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    Thanks. I have been searching the threads and appreciate the advice. My retirement gift to myself. Been storing points since the beginning

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    Thank you sir

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    I would call the regional game and fish office too. Other than that, just cover a lot of ground with your eyes and tires until you find them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    It's one of the most limited elk tags in the whole state! Drive down, shoot big bull, pack him out, drive back to Oregon, share pics!

    Obviously it won't be that easy but it's your 1st post and I had to give you $hit. I have no advice, except enjoy every aspect of it, you'll not likely be back to hunt it again. And welcome aboard, stick around and share a little about yourself and I'm sure you'll get some pointers.
    Actually, in that unit...there are places where you won't even have to pack it. Two tracks on flat ground where the elk live...
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