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    Default Seward Goats

    My dad drew a tag out of Seward for Mountain Goats this fall. Does anyone have any suggestions of what to expect or see as far as weather, terrain, and animals goes?
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    Weather - Yep. You will have some.

    Terrain - Yep. Steep. You will have lots.

    Animals - Yep. Go up the Steep through the Weather and you will see some.

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    Which tag did he draw and when are you planning on going?

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    Play the weather with more focus than you play the goats. Really. Look for a 4 to 5-day high pressure forecast and blast in there, get it done, and get the heck out!

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    DG346 in '07

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    I drew 346 in 07 and hiked up 3,500' and setup camp in pure sunshine, then spent the next 3 days listening to goats move around us in the rocks, while it rained sideways and finally came down empty-handed. Returned 2 weeks later with my boat and hunted 2 days in the sunshine and packed out a nice goat.
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