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Gone Hunting.. => The Camp Fire => Topic started by: yari on March 15, 2019, 01:23:40 PM

Title: no surprise
Post by: [Blocked] on March 15, 2019, 01:23:40 PM
once again, no AZ elk tag for me. no bear tag. i sure hope i get a SD deer tag of i'm going to really be a home body


anyone else draw tags?
Title: Re: no surprise
Post by: [Blocked] on March 15, 2019, 07:43:59 PM
None for me, but In all honesty I have not applied.  LOL

I opt for the guaranteed OTC options.  Though I would live to try an elk, moose or caribou hunt some day.
Title: Re: no surprise
Post by: [Blocked] on March 18, 2019, 12:23:41 AM
putting in for wyoming mule deer again. that draw doesn't happen until june. The unit we have picked out from what we understood in the drawing odds chart is pretty much a shoe in for a tag.  Might do a south dakota archery antelope this year again too but that is OTC. they pretty much give it to you and say good luck. Next year will probably do an elk hunt somewhere with an outfitter, been buying pref points so just need to figure out where we want to go now.
Title: Re: no surprise
Post by: [Blocked] on March 20, 2019, 06:06:56 PM
YARI    I applied for an Elk tag in Colorado last night. the draw is in the end of May but we have 2 preference points so we should get drawn. I look forward to the hunt but we are over 10,000 feet where we camp and it is hard to get enough air to breath.
Title: Re: no surprise
Post by: [Blocked] on March 20, 2019, 09:27:32 PM
YARI    I applied for an Elk tag in Colorado last night. the draw is in the end of May but we have 2 preference points so we should get drawn. I look forward to the hunt but we are over 10,000 feet where we camp and it is hard to get enough air to breath.

yep, 10K is tough to find oxygen. good luck on the draw