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Old 01-17-2008, 07:02 PM
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Here's the sign up list:

(First or second week of october)
1. Monie
2. Kelly
3. Bill
4. Bill's wife (tentatively)
5.
6.

(Second week of september)
1. HurricaneCreek
2. Hurricane's Other Half
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5.
6.

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5.
6.

Non-res tags are $195 for 1 animal, and $245 for 2 animals. This is for both antelope and muley.

HurricaneCreek and other half are going for antelope.

I am going for muley (Buddy Bill is going for antelope).

Randy also offers whitetail and buffalo!! Antelope season runs through the end of october. Muley starts the last week of september and ends in january.

Randy welcomes and can accommodate those who are handicapped.

You can get the rates on Randy's website. bullmoose has it posted. It is also in my signature.

We had a blast last year and I expect to have as much fun, if not more this year!!!!

I'd also like to note that non-hunters are welcome. The cost is $100 for the week, meals are included!!! You won't find this price anywhere else!!!!
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Old 01-17-2008, 09:42 PM
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Monie, you have experience with this outfitter, so have some questions for you.

1 - does the price include your licenses, or is it aditional?

2- what about meals? do they provide those or is it do it yourself in the kitchen?

3 - did you bow hunt with him?

4 - where abouts is he located?

Thanls for any information.
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Old 01-17-2008, 10:01 PM
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1. The license is additional.

2. There are 2 prices for each hunt. The greater, they provide meals. The lesser, you cook for yourself with your own food. If you want them to provide meals-they give you a good breakfast, coffee, juice, milk. A "sack lunch". Actually, you get a cooler filled with several bottles of water, sandwiches, chips, and some kind of sweet treat. Dinner is the cook's choice. It's filling and tasty!

3. I did bowhunt. I hunted antelope. It was out of a ground blind, over a water hole. (If you get really bored, the turtles are kind of entertaining). I took a doe the first day and a buck the fourth day. The taxidermist said the buck would make P&Y. I'm pretty pleased.

4. He is in Buffalo County, about 50 miles north of Belle Fourche.

If you'd like to know anything else, just ask!
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Old 01-17-2008, 10:14 PM
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thats about it for right now. went by belle fourche onn the way to idaho last year. might have to check and see when the antelope hunts are as I want one of them for the wall someday. and the price for the extra person is great. thanks for the info........
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Old 01-17-2008, 10:17 PM
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You are most welcome.

I believe antelope season starts in august. If you go with archery, you still have to fill out an application, but the tags are gauranteed.
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Old 01-17-2008, 10:21 PM
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I think a buffalo hunt would be unreal,I wish I could afford that one.

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Old 01-17-2008, 10:24 PM
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Well...you could always do a meat hunt. It is cheaper AND you'd get to say you hunted buffalo! How cool is that?!?

If ya'll didn't notice, Randy does give extra days for archery!
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Well...you could always do a meat hunt. It is cheaper AND you'd get to say you hunted buffalo! How cool is that?!?

If ya'll didn't notice, Randy does give extra days for archery!
Monie do you know what he charges for extra days? 3 days does not sounds long enough to hunt lol
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Old 01-18-2008, 11:59 AM
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Monie do you know what he charges for extra days? 3 days does not sounds long enough to hunt lol
Extra day are NOT additional. That's 'cause Randy's an ultra nice guy.
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Old 01-18-2008, 12:36 PM
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just got off the phone with Randy. nice guy to talk to. going to try and see what I can swing for the antelope this year, and then go back next year for the buffalo hunt. day and a half drive from here, and that price for the buffalo is CHEAP from what I have seen at other places. Monie, you may have my wife and I in camp this year after all. I'll hunt and she will film and take pictures.
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