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Okay, if Horner75 can do it, so can we (although this is somewhat underhanded, since I now live in Arizona). How many of you out there are from Wyoming? I was born and raised in Worland, but have retired to Arizona. I still have a love for Wyoming, since it was pretty much a central spot for rendezvous' and I still love the mountains.
 

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Not sure if you know this, but Wyoming, as great as it may be, is not in the Midwest.
 

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For the purpose of this forum it is and I’m interested in monthly shoots and Rendezvous In Wyoming. I’ve been twice to the Rendezvous in Encampment WY and am interested in other going’s on there.
 

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For the purpose of this forum it is and I’m interested in monthly shoots and Rendezvous In Wyoming. I’ve been twice to the Rendezvous in Encampment WY and am interested in other going’s on there.
There are several active black powder clubs in Wyoming all of which are under the Wyoming Muzzle Loaders Association.

Two clubs that I'm aware of that have monthly shoots are: Deer Creek Muzzle Loaders and Wind River Muzzle Loaders. Deer Creek holds a monthly shoot on the first Sunday of each month and Wind River shoots the second Sunday of each month.

Deer Creek shoots close to Casper (Natrona County) and Douglas (Converse County) Wyoming and usually sponsors a couple State sanctioned shoots each year.

Wind River covers Fremont County (Riverton and Lander) which is the location of the 1838 Rocky Mountain Fur Company Rendezvous. They sponsor an annual rendezvous usually in the first week of July. That web address is: 1838 Rendezvous

The Statewide organization is Wyoming Muzzleloader Association, linked below. If anyone wants any information let me know and I will do what I can to help.

Wyoming Muzzleloader's Association Link:
 

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There are several active black powder clubs in Wyoming all of which are under the Wyoming Muzzle Loaders Association.

Two clubs that I'm aware of that have monthly shoots are: Deer Creek Muzzle Loaders and Wind River Muzzle Loaders. Deer Creek holds a monthly shoot on the first Sunday of each month and Wind River shoots the second Sunday of each month.

Deer Creek shoots close to Casper (Natrona County) and Douglas (Converse County) Wyoming and usually sponsors a couple State sanctioned shoots each year.

Wind River covers Fremont County (Riverton and Lander) which is the location of the 1838 Rocky Mountain Fur Company Rendezvous. They sponsor an annual rendezvous usually in the first week of July. That web address is: 1838 Rendezvous

The Statewide organization is Wyoming Muzzleloader Association, linked below. If anyone wants any information let me know and I will do what I can to help.

Wyoming Muzzleloader's Association Link:
I’m originally from Cody. Now living in central Illinois. I go back home at least twice a year to see the folks and relatives. I’m now retired and the wife is retiring next year.

Gonna be moving back to Cody within the next year or two to set up permanent residence. My Dad wants me to take over the home and estate.

I’d be interested in the Wind River or Casper shoots. Any additional information or point of contacts would be greatly appreciated my friend.

P.S. Can’t beat the Mountains. Yellowstone, or the Tetons!

Respectfully, Cowboy
 

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I’m originally from Cody. Now living in central Illinois. I go back home at least twice a year to see the folks and relatives. I’m now retired and the wife is retiring next year.

Gonna be moving back to Cody within the next year or two to set up permanent residence. My Dad wants me to take over the home and estate.

I’d be interested in the Wind River or Casper shoots. Any additional information or point of contacts would be greatly appreciated my friend.

P.S. Can’t beat the Mountains. Yellowstone, or the Tetons!

Respectfully, Cowboy
The club in that area is Big Horn Basin Muzzle Loaders. Currently the President or contact person is Tom Brewster (307) 366-2391. I imagine they do monthly shoots and they also usually sponsor a state sanctioned shoot - maybe in August.

You can keep up with the state muzzle loader news by going to the website and reading the quarterly (or so) newsletters. The most recent one was published in November. State convention will be held here in Casper January 17 - 19, 2020.

Have a Blessed & Merry Christmas
 
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