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Old 10-08-2008, 05:44 PM
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I am going to wyoming blackhills in early Nov. on a D.I.Y. whitetail hunt,that should be just about the prime rut,the crew I am going with has been doing it for 4-5 years and do well,just got a leftover liscense in the mail,now i am in,yooohooo.Anyone hunted there before?I am going east and southeast of sundance,,,bringing our own camp with us and staying in the hills,,,should be a inexpensive hunt(if 800 or under is cheap for everything,gas,food,liscense,gas back to Michigan)any info is apprieciated,
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Old 10-09-2008, 10:13 PM
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Where "east" and "southeast"?

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Old 11-06-2008, 06:28 AM
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Default RE: blackhills wyoming deer,too much snow?

we are leaving tonight,were supposed to go into the black hills in wyoming east of sundance,,will there be too much snow?Any weather reports will be a help.We will probably have to set up camp somewhere else than up in the hills

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Old 11-08-2008, 06:35 AM
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I doubt you have your laptop with you.

Anyway, I'm hearing that there's a foot of snow on the ground there. Your best bet is probably staying north of I-90 access-wise. It's hit-and-miss getting into the Moskee/SandCreekarea (southeast) until the snow's settled a bit. There's a forest road inbetween Aladdin and I-90 that can get you into the Bearlodge. You could try getting in over the Warren Peak highway west of Sundance (Reuter Springs campground), but the weather might be the limiting factor there as well.

From past experience,bring your winch, shovels,tire chains,tow straps, etc. You may not need themyourself, but there's a LOT of non-local traffic into thearea that doesn't quite know how to drive on snow/mudand may end up blocking your way in.But, plan on walking. USFS isn't fond of ATVs on other than designated trails (and there are only a couple places in the Bearlodgewhere they're permitted off-road).
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