LAST EDITED ON Jul-12-18 AT 09:48 PM (MST)
A usual ho-hum season for me...didn't draw much.
Start in late August with the annual fish slaying trip to Kodiak Island...halibut, ling, rockfish, salmon, yada yada.
September Wyoming rifle cow elk for myself and elk hunting partner who is 74 this year.
Rifle pronghorn for myself and wife mid-September. I have an OK tag, she drew a great tag in central Wyoming.
General deer in Wyoming in early October for me.
General Wyoming elk for myself and annual hunting camp. Usually run about 80% success on elk, so the camp will get 4-5 elk on that trip.
Help a good friends Uncle and Son on a great bull tag in Wyoming in late October early November.
Mid November help my Dad, Brother, and Nephew who all drew limited quota mule deer in Montana. I have a half priced NR MT deer tag as well. If time permits, will help my youngest nephew with his second deer and help the rest with elk.
Mid-late November, come back to Wyoming and hunt Wyoming type 3 additional whitetail buck for myself.
Fill Wyoming elk tag number three prior to Dec. 12 or so.
Mid December, head to Arizona and scout a couple days prior to and hunt my late coues tag for up to the last 17 days in December.
January/Februrary catch some trophy sized brookies, cuts, and rainbows through the ice in Wyoming with a friend from Montana.
Having lots of leave has its privileges....