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However, I Would you like more articles on just hunting? More on exotic hunts? Any reviews on outfitters? Any up and coming hunt opportunities? How about an article about the state of hunting in each of the states we hail from? Less hunting, more hunting, more women? How about the stats of the game in your state. More? Less? Anyway, I could write a new article each month but I suspect some of you would get tired of hearing from me. So, let's have someone else's point of will start things off. Wyoming. The draw is coming up for deer and antelope. The mule deer numbers in many areas of Northeastern Wyoming are low, and many outfitters are not taking hunters for mule deer. Our pronghorn numbers seem to be fine, and there are nice bucks around. The whitetail numbers are high, but many are on private land and it hard to get permission to hunt. Elk numbers are steady, but big horn sheep populations are being hurt by disease and predation, and the moose have been hard hit in many areas by wolves. Turkeys have exploded population wise, and seem to be everywhere.
Still, it has been raining and the land is very green and nice, so it should be a good season on the whole.
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