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Old 02-11-2010, 11:13 AM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

Hi Guys, I'm new to this site and just wanted to say hello. Myself and two friends will most likely be hunting A7 for antelope Oct 1, 2, 3. and staying in New Castle at the Hilltop Motel. This is our first time to Wyoming and will be learning as we go so any advice will be greatly appreciated. We are from Amherst OH which is 30mi west of Cleveland on Lake Erie. We are assuming we will draw A7 with out a problem. Will be hunting the WIAs and BLM.
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Old 02-11-2010, 06:33 PM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

Hey guys just a question there are some spots that I can walk a long ways in in that zone and was wondering if it is leagal to spike camp out there on public land or not. Also on the map I got from maptrails it shows roads all the way down to a two track how do I know if it is a private road or not.
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Old 02-11-2010, 08:06 PM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

Welcome whopperstopper, I am fairly new to this forum too....The members here are very helpful and are full of a wealth of knowledge about LRH.....The area you are hunting is just north and east of where I will be (A27) in fact I saw lots of lopes in A7 passing through on a couple of previous trips.....I have often thought of applying there also...Let us know how you do.......By digging in old posts on this site you will find an answer to almost any question you have....Don't be afraid to ask....

Mike,
You can camp on BLM land anywhere for up to 14 days at a crack....You can also camp anywhere on Forest Service land (TBNG etc.).....You can not camp on WY state land at all....
Remember that corner crossings are not allowed in WY and considered trespassing although WY has no real law against it....The airspace above the corner is not owned by the adjacent landowner.....But a GPS is not accurate enough to put a person exactly on the corner...There fore it would be impossible to prove that you were not trespassing without the help of a certified surveyor.....

Maybe it is time to buy a chopper..LOL

Later,
Randy
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Old 02-12-2010, 08:42 AM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

Thanks MN, I'll probably be asking a lot of questions before Oct. if Ya don't mind? In fact I have 2 now. 1) After we get a lope is it legal to skin and quarter in the field or do we have to go to a processor? 2) If we fill our tags early is it legal to varmint hunt/ ground hogs?
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Old 02-12-2010, 10:57 AM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

Each walkin area has its own rules for what you can or cannot hunt.

If you skin and quarter it you must leave evidence of sex. They will check!!

You must carry your hunter safety card in the field with you. They will check!!!!
make sure yo have your conservation stamp. They will check!!!

Things you might see that you might can hunt. Cottontail and jack rabbits, coyotes, and prairie dogs. Do not be shooting ravens, sage grouse, hawks, buzzards or eagles. Check the regs first. Wyoming has more LEOs than antelope. They will ticket you in a flash because that is what they are paid to do. They will also help you find antelope and give you good advice. I normally am checked once every three days and I just tell them the name of the last guy who checked me and they go on about their business.
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:05 PM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

I know about the conservation stamp, The hunter safety card? We never read anything about that?
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Old 02-12-2010, 12:59 PM
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Re: 2010 Wyoming Trip

See Page 43 - Hunter Safety Requirements.

"Compliance will be checked in the field"
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