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    It's also a violation of Wyoming state game laws. In Wyoming, big and trophy game licenses are non-transferable.

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    It's been a few years ago, we had a friend take a copy of our Drivers License and our buck/either sex tag to a local store that sold the doe/fawn tags and get ours. They might not allow this today, but they used to. It was before licenses were even available on the internet G & F site...don't think they even had one then. The only way anything was available was by mail or direct sale.
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    So we have it narrowed down some. We are liking unit 27 with one point - the access seems okay and the biologist was helpful. Just got the new magazine, and looked at unit 16 in the MRS. After a little research, it seems like it could be just as good as 27? Some say access is a bugger. Has anyone hunted 16, or should we just stick with 27?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revcwood View Post
    So we have it narrowed down some. We are liking unit 27 with one point - the access seems okay and the biologist was helpful. Just got the new magazine, and looked at unit 16 in the MRS. After a little research, it seems like it could be just as good as 27? Some say access is a bugger. Has anyone hunted 16, or should we just stick with 27?

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    Don't get too worked up about which unit, just pick one with lots of public land or make arrangements with a landowner if you are going to a unit with lots of private. It really is hard to have a bad antelope hunt in wyoming.

 

 

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