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    Are any of you antelope hunters finding cottontails in any number? Still a down cycle?

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    We saw 3 in about 17 miles of travel in unit 73. I don’t know if that’s down or up though.

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    Rabbits seem to be in a down cycle, I haven't been seeing any great numbers.
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    Depends on where in the state and what you call good numbers. The daily bag is 10 and while antelope hunting NW of Casper it wouldn't have taken me more than about an hour to achieve that. I've probably seen less than I did 2-3 years ago, but I wouldn't say they're hard to find.

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    I'd call that good enough numbers. Anywhere in the state but NE mostly. Just trying to get a feel if it's worth taking the Savage 24.

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    I've seen more in my yard and driveway than in the wild
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    Heard disease wiped them all out. Saw just a couple this year. 2 years ago you couldn’t take 5 steps without jumping one up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robinhood21 View Post
    Heard disease wiped them all out. Saw just a couple this year. 2 years ago you couldn’t take 5 steps without jumping one up
    agreed! 2 years ago they were everywhere I stepped near Laramie.
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    I take my .22 to WY every year and I buy a small game license .... I've seen a single rabbit in 3 trips, and I walk A LOT !!! East central / North East.

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    We saw quite a few while hunting antelope two weeks ago between Lander and Casper. They were very prevalant the first hour or so of daylight.

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