Re: Montana Unit 700
I had to laugh when reading the post from VarmitGuy . In 1974 my wife and I had a first hand experience with the Eastern Montana mud while hunting antelope north of Jordan. It is everything he says it is. If it looks like rain, head for paved or gravel roads!!
While serving in the Air Force in the 1970s I drew 700 area antelope tags two years in a row, and killed my first antelope there and the mount is on my wall today. In those days there were herds behind almost every hill it seemed, but I understand the numbers are down now. Since then I have taken much bigger antelope in three additional states, but the Eastern Mt plains are still a special place to me. God's Country for sure. Love to return if I can draw the darn tag !
Hope you had a great hunt
"I ain't no athlete, lady, I'm a baseball player." John Kruk - famous West Virginia philosopher