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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 05:35 AM Thread Starter
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Hunt with Elderly father

Hi guys, I am looking for some help. I want to plan a inexpensive trip to hunt with my father for 2013. I know he would love to go out west. But the problem is, he is going to be 72 next year. He has two full knee replacements, a spinal fusion and a current bad valve to boot. He is overweight but hopes to slim down with after the knees heal. So my question, does anyone have any experience of hunting in Wyoming or Montana for mule deer or antelope? I am thinking sitting in a blind for antelope over a water hole would be easy, but in his opinion, that isn't hunting. Plus I have to worry about him walking through the rough terrain. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions? I know this is a tall order but
I would like to take advantage of this opportunity while I have the chance.. Thanks in advance!!
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Re: Hunt with Elderly father

Try Trophy Ridge Outfitters in Wyoming http://www.trophyridgeoutfitters.com/mainsite/index.htm

they can provie a deer hunt for almost any physical condition. My Father had cancer and wanted to go on one last trip and we booked with Trophy Ridge. My Father was not able to go along in the end but some of us went for him. Ralph @ Trophy Ridge can accomodate your Father and his physical limitations.
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