I'm contemplating a one month solo trip to Wyoming in 2023, which is when I'm tentatively going to retire. I'll be 56 yrs old, health is good, fitness level is good. I should have enough points to draw a general elk tag, and a type 1 antelope tag in the unit that I'm looking at. My plan is to hunt the southern general units for archery elk from mid September-30th, and then hunt my antelope unit Oct 1-15th. I'm thinking that most of the elk hunt would be back country hunting/camping, with a night here and there at the truck as needed. The antelope hunt would be mainly truck camping on BLM or NF. I was also thinking about heading over to the Green River for a couple days of fishing in order to kill some time if I tagged out on elk, or if I simply got tired of camping alone in the back country. I'm told the Green River is beautiful, with great fishing, so if anyone has some suggestions, I'm all ears. I realize there's a lot of planning/logistics for a trip like this. Have any of you done a similar trip? Feel free to comment on suggestions, tips, thoughts. Thanks.