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    Wyoming Elk Unit 124 - Guide Needed

    I have an acquaintance that has a NR Wyoming unit 124 tag for elk. He had a guide lined up but the guide canceled for one reason or another. Apparently this unit is a good one. This guy is no spring chicken and I would like to help him out. Do any of you AT'ers have any recommendations for a guide out that way?

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    I'll ask a friend who knows a giude out there.
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    Here is a link, maybe you already looked at this. I'm 90 miles north of that area and all the guys I know that have hunted it, kill some great bulls.

    http://www.wyoga.org/find-wyoming-outfitter.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by oct71 View Post
    Here is a link, maybe you already looked at this. I'm 90 miles north of that area and all the guys I know that have hunted it, kill some great bulls.

    http://www.wyoga.org/find-wyoming-outfitter.php
    I'm sure this dude has checked it out. According to him they don't allow many NR's in the unit so I assume the demand for guides is low
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    Quote Originally Posted by 123 4/8 P&Y View Post
    I have an acquaintance that has a NR Wyoming unit 124 tag for elk. He had a guide lined up but the guide canceled for one reason or another. Apparently this unit is a good one. This guy is no spring chicken and I would like to help him out. Do any of you AT'ers have any recommendations for a guide out that way?
    I'd think folks would want to know what guide would cancel a month or two before the season. There are at least 3 outfitters in oct71's link that live close to the hunt area. he wants to contact the 8 outfitters in the Green River region
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