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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Ya that's kinda how I see it too. I drew my Elk in 2006. Took 10 points. I know a guy with 20 points and drew 3 years ago.
    Wow! 20 years for a elk tag. I hope I have a little more luck than that
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    Always have luck! You just have to have good luck instead of bad luck! I figure me being young, if I stayed in Nevada, I would draw twice, possibly three times in my life.

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    My dad drew with 18 points. I drew with 3. The 10 year waiting period is a bit extreme I.m.o (probably due to my lack of patience)

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    Ya I wish it wasn't so long but it's for the management of trophy bulls. Trust me there should be any problum to find a a good 350" bull if you draw in Nv. We saw 10-15 bulls every day from 300"-370" and most were 340"-350"

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    I'd rather kill two 350+ bulls in my life than 4 280 bulls. Plus, that's why we have OTC states!

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    I agree Dr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    I'd rather kill two 350+ bulls in my life than 4 280 bulls. Plus, that's why we have OTC states!
    I'd have to agree too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    I'd have to agree too
    I'd rather hunt than wait 10 years for a tag. Especially after a lifetime of being deployed to the warzone during hunting season. Building points for my upcoming retirement date. And we will live in a OTC state.

 

 

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