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    Default Wyoming Blues?

    Anybody hunt blues in who this past weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by esetter View Post
    Anybody hunt blues in who this past weekend?
    No I didn't hunt blues last weekend. Did you buy chance? If so how did it go?

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    Im leaving on the 24th headed out that way. Gonna start looking for some sage grouse but will hopefully head up high looking for blues later in the week. Gonna be a blind hog looking for a nut but gonna put some effort into it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by esetter View Post
    Im leaving on the 24th headed out that way. Gonna start looking for some sage grouse but will hopefully head up high looking for blues later in the week. Gonna be a blind hog looking for a nut but gonna put some effort into it!
    where are you going to hut in Wyoming? Blue's and sage don't mix much.

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    shirly basin area for sage then gonna move into mountains ...green mountain , medicine bow maybe? Ever hunted blues there? This will be my first hunting trip to wyo. I worked in the thunder basin in the early 2000's

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    Green Mountain I have hunted blues, I don't know about Blues in Medicine Bow area. Back side of Muddy Mountain should be good.

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    Thanks , leaving next week and i am excited. Hopefully we can find some common ground with the goat hunters

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    Quote Originally Posted by esetter View Post
    Thanks , leaving next week and i am excited. Hopefully we can find some common ground with the goat hunters
    LOL I wish you they best of luck. If I was you I would stay away from the MB area during lope season. It can get NUTS out there. The alcova area is the best sage grouse area in the state. Ive ready told you more than I should have on the open forum. You need more Pm Me.

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    I am back from my trip that I aggravated you guys about all summer. It was awesome to say the least! We got into the sage grouse pretty good. Three of us killed 10 and missed that many more in 2 1/2 days of hunting. Was very windy and had 3-4 '' of snow after day 1. Moved up to casper mountain for blues and struck out. From there went to the buffalo / sheridan area and got into a really nice covey of huns and pulled 4 out of it. Hunted sharpies in the same general area and killed 4 and missed at least that many more. From there we went up in the big horns and tried blues again. One guy killed 2. One guy killed1 and myself....I believe my barrel was bent cause I missed 3! Wyoming is definitely an under appreciated bird state!

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    Quote Originally Posted by esetter View Post
    I am back from my trip that I aggravated you guys about all summer. It was awesome to say the least! We got into the sage grouse pretty good. Three of us killed 10 and missed that many more in 2 1/2 days of hunting. Was very windy and had 3-4 '' of snow after day 1. Moved up to casper mountain for blues and struck out. From there went to the buffalo / sheridan area and got into a really nice covey of huns and pulled 4 out of it. Hunted sharpies in the same general area and killed 4 and missed at least that many more. From there we went up in the big horns and tried blues again. One guy killed 2. One guy killed1 and myself....I believe my barrel was bent cause I missed 3! Wyoming is definitely an under appreciated bird state!
    I am guessing it was all public? man I would love to hunt something like that

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