re: Join Len - 2013 Wyoming High Country Horseback Mule Deer Hunt **FILLED**
I'm a new member who has lived at 10,000 feet in Colorado's high country for the past 35 years. The drought up here (Eastern slope) has made for some very foul tasting deer meat that even Lipton's Onion Soup can't fix. However, they keep the Cinnamon Bears alive and minimizes the break-ins we've been facing the past 5-6 years (Aspen area has over 100 break-ins this year). Our snow depth is less that half of normal so far this year and it doesn't look like a good winter so more starving animals.
I can't remember this much wind since I moved up here in 1970. A couple of local LRHs have switched to .338s just to get some weight to minimize the drift. Weather patterns have become a factor in hunting up here. The Wyoming hunts seems to be very different experience for these guys.