Moving to Wyoming (Looking for advice).

Carl 9.3x62

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I read an article today that said Wyoming ranked 11th as the smelliest states. So keep that in mind. I figured we just smell like Utah and Idaho.
 

antlerradar

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They are nice, but they are shrubs, not trees.
I once found a juniper that was 9 feet in circumference at my waist, 40 foot tall and had twenty foot branches sticking straight out. Sadly if burned up in the big fire of 2000. some where I have pictures. I will try to find them.
 
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elkmagnet

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I get moving to wyo for the hunting but picking a place so you aren't exposed to different opinions is kind ludicrous.
This election has been hard on people.
 

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Out of curiosity. If one could pick the best town for overall access to great big game hunting, what town would that be?
I would pick Kemmerer or Rawlins if I was picking an area for hunting only. Problem with both is be prepared to hunker down when the snow comes and keep yourself stocked up on groceries and critical stuff.
 

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Wyoming native here--Couple nice towns that I haven't seen mentioned in this thread are Lander, Pinedale, and Thermopolis. They're not perfect and I'm sure RE is crazy, but I really like visiting these places as I cruise around the state.
Havent lived there but liked Worland, Thermopolis, and even like Cokeville well like hunting near there
 
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