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#3229580 - 01/22/20 07:32 PM Converse County Wyoming lion hunting
Toro Online
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Registered: 02/06/19
Posts: 37
Loc: East
A buddy of mine has family in converse county Wyoming. We can stay there and try to call in a mountain lion. We are thinking about giving it a try. Never tried it before but have always wanted too. Anyone familiar with this area? Is it a decent area for an avid coyote hunter with a fox pro to have a chance at bagging one of these lions? Zero experience lion hunting.

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#3230094 - 01/25/20 04:16 PM Re: Converse County Wyoming lion hunting [Re: Toro]
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Registered: 01/15/09
Posts: 3485
Loc: Wauneta, NE / Gold Canyon, AZ
Calling in and killing a Mountain Lion on purpose is always a long shot.

Converse County has some beautiful remote country. Spending time there would be it's own reward.

Good Luck!

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#3231241 - 02/02/20 01:14 AM Re: Converse County Wyoming lion hunting [Re: Toro]
Airedale56 Offline
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Registered: 07/09/08
Posts: 564
Loc: Wapiti, WY
If you mean Esterbrook or Laramie Peak, Converse County, yes, you may find a lion in that part of the County.

By reputation, There have been mature, heavy lions (200+ pounds) taken on the Northern side of Laramie Peak.

This one came from about 20 miles south of the Peak:

http://www.predatormastersforums.com/for...300#Post2048300


And DoubleCK is spot on about calling lions. Getting one like you are talking about is rarer than winning the Powerball.



Edited by Airedale56 (02/02/20 01:16 AM)
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#3231776 - 02/04/20 08:31 PM Re: Converse County Wyoming lion hunting [Re: Toro]
Toro Online
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Registered: 02/06/19
Posts: 37
Loc: East
Thanks for the replies guys. I didnít realize it is such a rarity to call one in. Is it because of the vastness of the area, the low density of lions in area or the stealth and wariness of lions in general? Just curious as to what you guys think is the biggest challenge when trying to call in a lion in that area.
Thanks Art

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#3232172 - 02/06/20 09:22 PM Re: Converse County Wyoming lion hunting [Re: Toro]
DoubleCK Offline
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Registered: 01/15/09
Posts: 3485
Loc: Wauneta, NE / Gold Canyon, AZ
Originally Posted By: Toro
Thanks for the replies guys. I didnít realize it is such a rarity to call one in. Is it because of the vastness of the area, the low density of lions in area or the stealth and wariness of lions in general? Just curious as to what you guys think is the biggest challenge when trying to call in a lion in that area.
Thanks Art


All of the above. (-:
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