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By Zach Spadt
Staff Writer 

The 'hunt of a lifetime'

With the help of Wyoming Disabled Hunters, elk hunters go five-for-five near Ten Sleep

 

November 28, 2015

COURTESY/Wyoming Disabled Hunters

Tristan Mack poses with his bull elk that he bagged near Ten Sleep in October. Mack's successful hunt was made possible largely due to the help of Wyoming Disabled Hunters, a Cody-based non-profit which works to enable hunters.

WORLAND - It was an opportunity they wouldn't have had without the help of a local non-profit and the help of a generous landowner.

That's according to a group of hunters who successfully bagged their elk near Ten Sleep last month. Their experience was unique because they all suffer from some sort of physical disability, which is where Wyoming Disabled Hunters of Cody steps in.

The non-profit, founded in 2008, began assisting hunters who would otherwise have a more difficult time bagging their trophy. The organization has sponsored hunts in areas throughout Wyoming. Because of a generous...



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