As I stated in my last blog, I’d kick off my in depth look at Wyoming’s Region A, but let’s also take a look at Regions B and T, which will cover all of Eastern Wyoming. Eastern Wyoming, as a whole, has some limitations in terms of public land access. There are very few large, contiguous blocks of public land to get lost on. For the most part, you are dealing with numerous parcels in the 1-5 square mile range before running into private land or an inholding within the National Forest.
Public land hunting opportunities are best in Northeast Wyoming’s Region A, encompassing units 1 through 6. The Black Hills National Forest and a small portion of the Thunder Basin National Grasslands make up the majority of the publicly accessible lands.