I got asked about this in another forum, and I know a few members on here drew WY tags this year. Don’t beat me up too bad on the quality of my harvest photo, and disregard any shadow you see. When I walked up on this harvest, which was Saturday, it was starting to rain, accompanied by a customary WY 40 MPH+ wind gust, as I was within a mile of the Continental Divide Trail. It was hard to hold binoculars steady, regardless of how hard you pressed them against you. These factors must have made me forget all about a picture, until I started to pack it out. And it wasn’t a whopper, to make me feel bad about forgetting to. This area, like many Western states this year was suffering from drought conditions, that impacted many species’ scores. I started the Euro mount process, so including a different angle. The pronghorn is probably the animal you want to do a Euro on, the fastest, because you then get to see another inch of sheath, that their hair naturally hides, LOL. Good luck to all who drew this year.
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