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    Maybe area 81 or 82 would work

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    Based on your criteria and the assumption you?re looking at the regular draw, I think unit 69 might work. I talked to the warden about it this spring as my Dad (he?s disabled) and I are considering it. I?ve not hunted it, but the warden had good things to say. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltop View Post
    Generally speaking you can't go wrong with any area requiring 4+ points. I am not aware of a single one that doesn't have great access and plenty of antelope.
    I agree, lots of good units with that many points!
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    Unit 89. That will put you closer to Montana and cut down your downtime between trip drastically.

    Maybe you can get some doe tags too I recon to fill the freezer. If you went with the type 2 you could hunt after your Montana trip if you preferred.

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    Coming from Tenn, I would look at areas along your possible driving route. Lots of good areas with 4 PP in our part of the state as well, Laramie.
    Hunting later in the season gets you the locals out yet to fill and some last minute NR, pressure should be much less on a weekday as well.

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