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Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains – The Outdoorsman’s Family Resort

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Unread 07-20-2011, 09:22 PM
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Re: Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains – The Outdoorsman’s Family Resort

I agree with Camilleri, I'm sure there are way more wolves up there than we know of, heck we have proof of a pair here in Gillette over 70 miles from the mountains!
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    Unread 07-20-2011, 09:51 PM
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    D. C.---Sent you a PM
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    Unread 07-22-2011, 08:22 AM
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    Re: Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains – The Outdoorsman’s Family Resort

    Woo-Hoo, I get to go play in the Bighorns! Leaving in a few minutes and heading to Cloud Peak Resevoir via 4 wheelers with trailers in tow for a couple of relaxing days of fishing. My wife passed her stress test yesterday so her heart is ok and even better really because she is letting me go. (much better than just going anyway) Hopefully some good pictures to come.
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    Good news! (Way to rub it in BTW)... enjoy yourself, looking forward to those pics.
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    That's great news about the wife and I sure wish I was with you up in the mountains on that trip. Hope you catch some good ones and looking forward to some good photos of that awesome country.
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    Just got back from three days in the Big Horns, we went into Penrose park from a different way via Big Goose. Took Rd 309 to Trail 028 to 521 to 101 to 038 or something like that. Some cool new country, a bit longer of a ride than going in from Story. We camped about two miles above Penrose park across the bridge next to the creek. Day 2 we rode into Cloud Peak Resevoir, caught some brook trout. Day 3 I rode out by myself as the rest of the group are staying until Tues. Only mistake on this trip was I didn't bring enough gas and had to borrow some to get back out. I was towing a little trailer behind my atv and it was heavy enough to make me use a bit more gas. Overall very relaxing trip, but a little on the warm side. Give me some tips and I will post some pictures. I didn't take a lot, but I took a few very scenic ones below Cloud Peak.
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    G'day fellas I'm Nathan from Australia and I'm wondering if you have any idea of any good outfitters anywhere in the U.S during late September thru to October I need help so please msg me back or email me BigGameHunter1987@hotmail.com
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