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i live in northwest wi i want to go out west this year to hunt mulies, antelope or whitetails. But i have no idea where to go.

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  • tanner.leibel
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    we own our own land and if you seem like someone we can trust we'd let you hunt. i live in western south dakota, iv got tons of muleys, and big antlelope, this land is pretty untouched by man. first day you come out i could show you where to go.

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  • davenport
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    if you want all three try montanna

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  • hengst
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    leftover mule deer doe Colorado northwest region loads of blm and if you don't want to chance a leftover you will get one in the draw..plenty of doe and nice country..Craig..Maybell

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  • charlie elk
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    You will not find all these species hanging out in the same area. Unless you have a lot time and stay ready to move to new areas - focus on one and make it memorable hunt.
    powderhound makes a good suggestion.
    Happy hunting.

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  • powderhound
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    If you want to have more bonding time with your pa I would do a pronghorn hunt. Typicaly it is a spot and stock hunt, and the shots are far making talking and moving around more acceptable. Try montana area 7 i am pretty sure it is 100% draw. have a great time!

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  • bigjake
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    Im not familiar with your part of the country,the only tip I can offer is to join a local fish and game club, go to the meetings and make a few friends.Most members love to share experiences and tips with new hunters.

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  • i live in northwest wi i want to go out west this year to hunt mulies, antelope or whitetails. But i have no idea where to go.

    i live in northwest wi i want to go out west this year to hunt mulies, antelope or whitetails. But i have no idea where to go. my father is also going we are more interested in the hunt than the size of the rack. We just want to see some animals and enjoy the land and time together. So if you could point us in the right direction it would very helpful.

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