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Jun-23-17, 
09:50 AM (MST)
"510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

Hi All,

Long time reader first time poster. My dad and I have been hunting general deer units for several years and decided to change things up a bit this year and try out the Pryor Mountains. From what I understand about the unit so far is the deer numbers are low but the sex ratios are good. It also sounds like we should stay away from the reservation. Certainly not trying to find out anybody's favorite spot as we like to hunt away from people as well, but any information to start scouting would be much appreciated. In exchange I would be glad to share about any information I can about deer hunting HD 300 Montana, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, or California.

Thanks in Advance

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: 510-50 Pry...  Stubaby      Jun-23-17   1 
  RE: 510-50 Pry...  3x2      Nov-21-17   2 
   RE: 510-50 Pry...  chipc      Nov-25-17   3 
    RE: 510-50 Pry...  elkassassin      Nov-25-17   4 
     RE: 510-50 Pry...  nfh      Nov-26-17   5 
      RE: 510-50 Pry...  3x2      Nov-27-17   6 

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Stubaby
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Jun-23-17, 
02:28 PM (MST)
1. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"


Wish I could help. I saw a decent buck out there in 2009. Haven't seen one since. Plenty of coyotes and lions tho.

Good luck.


"That's a special feeling, Lloyd"

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Nov-21-17, 
03:42 PM (MST)
2. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

Dad and I went 1 for 2 on the Pryor Mountain hunt, as expected deer numbers were fairly low but we had a few opportunities on 2.5 and 3.5 year old bucks. On the plus side the country is beautiful and it was really cool seeing big horn sheep and wild horses. On the negative side the morning after we ate the tenderloins out of my buck, I received an email that there was a suspected case of CWD found in the unit. As always it was great seeing a new area and spending time with family. If anyone would like some further info on the area please let me know.

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Nov-25-17, 
06:44 PM (MST)
3. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

Even in the HIGHLY unlikely case that your deer had CWD there has never been a proven scientific link between CWD and any disease in humans (even though its been studied extensively). Congratulations on a good hunt and enjoy your venison !

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Nov-25-17, 
07:07 PM (MST)
4. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

I Seen More Wild Horses yesterday than Deer!

It Ain't a Good Thing!

She Don't Just Rain She Pours!

That Girl Right There's The Perfect Storm!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OsWQNYfEYo

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Nov-26-17, 
10:07 AM (MST)
5. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

They also have a lot of mountain lions{Was highest mountain lion population on the Wyoming side which butts up to the Montana side}. Lot of them bucks have come down to the private ranches also. Last time I was in there I seen more bighorn seep than deer

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Nov-27-17, 
10:30 AM (MST)
6. "RE: 510-50 Pryor Mountains Montana"

Thanks,
I wasnít too worried about the meat it was more of the comical aspect of receiving the news the following morning. Itís unfortunate that CWD has crept into Montana.

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