I hunted on a 60,000 acre farm in the very North East corner of Wyoming back in the 90's. I can't remember the outfitter, and nothing familiar came up when I tried googling outfitters in the area, so they might not be there anymore. My plan was to hunt public land, but after drawing, I received multiple letters in the mail from outfitters offering hunts that where very reasonable. What I do remember is that there where deer everywhere!!!! We would sit along the treeline before daylight and when the sun came out, the deer would just about run you over coming out of the creek, heading to the trees. There where also tons of pronghorn and turkeys there too!!! I shot a 135 ten point whitetail and my buddy shot a nice 4x4 mule deer. From talking to the outfitter, most hunters shoot to early in the hunt and could do better if they held out. After shooting mine, while out looking for coyotes, I saw a much bigger buck, so there are definitely out there!!