Hey all, heading to Wyoming next week for a mule deer/antelope hunt. I'm going with a guy that has been heading to Wyoming on this hunt for the past 18 years. It's a DIY hunt on private land. Our group leader has befriended some ranchers out that way and he has a lease to hunt 15,000 acres and the lease is exclusive to him for the entire season. This is his fifth year on the property and only 5 bucks, 4 x 4 or better are taken off the land each year. So, what was a highly pressured, unmanaged chunk of land in the past has now settled down and should be getting better each year. I went in 2013 but we only were able to hunt 2 days before a blizzard came and shut the entire area down. Highway was closed for 36 hours and the area was not accessible. I took a small 4 x 4 on the second day because we knew a huge storm was coming and likely we wouldn't be able to hunt past that day. I didn't spot the buck, but went on the stalk. This year I'm really excited (God willing on the travel and weather) to be able to take in the full experience and hopefully take a real nice buck. I plan on being selective and persistent with my glassing and hunting a particular ridge that's about 4 miles long really hard for Mule Deer and hopefully also having time to take a nice antelope buck. I thought I'd start this thread to give some updates from the field and share the experience with fellow MS Forum folks.