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Willworkforfish

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My dad and I were south of Laramie. A couple days were 30+ mph but it was always breezy. I quickly realized I did not have the skills necessary to hit the goats we were seeing at 500-600 yards even on the “calm” mornings.
 

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My dad and I were south of Laramie. A couple days were 30+ mph but it was always breezy. I quickly realized I did not have the skills necessary to hit the goats we were seeing at 500-600 yards even on the “calm” mornings.
Welcome to the forum from Tennessee a friend of mine and myself got our first antelope in Laramie mine was it 615 yards my buddies was at 783
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Willworkforfish

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Welcome to the forum from Tennessee a friend of mine and myself got our first antelope in Laramie mine was it 615 yards my buddies was at 783View attachment 306209View attachment 306210
See, this is why I am here. If I could shoot that far we wouldn’t have spent 5 days putting 60 miles on our boots before we got one to slip up and run right at us. Congrats! We had a blast but both decided we want to hunt a unit with more public land next time. We ended up hunting the edge of the HMA we were on knowing they were ducking into private when they got pressured off.
 
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