There is enough BLM and a WIHA (look it up on the G&F website) up along Beaver Creek in the northwest part of 23 not too far from the Powder River and south of I-90 that's the western boundary of unit 23 to have a decent hunt. It's not typical antelope country and is rather rough, but they are there if you get out off the roads and cover some rolling country to find them. Get a good BLM map and I would strongly suggest you get a Garmin GPS and a Wyoming chip for it so you know exactly where you are and don't trespass. Just using a paper map is ripe to get a trespass ticket! That will be cheaper in the long run than making a mistake and getting a trespass ticket, which will ruin a hunt real quick. Good luck!
Ok, thanks. I have several chips for the GPS and I feel they are priceless.
***Couldn't agree with you more! They are the best thing there is, especially if you're hunting anywhere near private land where the boundaries are hard to distinguish. I found many marked corners and section lines last year out there with mine and it was always within 10 feet. You can't get any closer than that without spending big bucks on surveyor-type equipment.
My out of state guys as well as myself drew for the family ranch this year. I'm really surprised, I figured there'd be a couple disappointed folks this year.
Hoo-Rah! Just might turn out alright.
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