Well I did it...

EOHunter

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Jan 26, 2016
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I finally bit the bullet and applied for Wyoming antelope 90-1. First time ever applying for out of state hunting, so I expect when I draw that the forum members will be lining up to share honey holes, I am really looking for exact coordinates of honey holes so I don't have to play any guessing games! :):) In fact if someone could have one tied to a fence post for me when I get there I would appreciate it.
 

ore hunter

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Jul 25, 2014
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anywhere in Wyoming antelope is pretty dang good..alot more numbers there than in s e Oregon,good luck in 90,they are there.
 

Ridgerunner

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Feb 21, 2011
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UH hit it in the head. Lock your bullets up for 24 hours at least, it'll make the hunt more enjoyable I promise.


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Umpqua Hunter

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May 26, 2011
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UH hit it in the head. Lock your bullets up for 24 hours at least, it'll make the hunt more enjoyable I promise.
I love it. Reminds me of antelope hunting with my dad. He loved to eat game. I'd draw a great tag and every buck we would see he would keep saying...."that looks like a good one". It took me a couple hunts to figure out I need to overcome that influence...ha ha!
 

Bonecollector

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Mar 9, 2014
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Coming from eastern Ohio/Western PA, I got nothing but time on the road. lol
Definitely builds that anticipation as you drive. However, when the hunt is over, I'd be really nice to get home a little quicker to relax and care for the meat.