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    A20, with a D zone as a second choice, AO as a second tag.
    And Im putting in for likely tables archery pronghorn.

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    Since I'm going on 2 out of state hunts "Ut buck deer and Wy doe antlope", I'll just grab points and a local D zone tag for deer and bear tag here in CA.....and it's a long shot in the dark but I put in for CA desert bighorn. That about sums it up for this fall.
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    Trying for the G38 (X10 late season). got drawn last year with no points, so I'm hoping to do the same this year. D8 for my second tag. Hitting the high country of D8 for archery and rifle for sure. Had some great opportunities and got a 3x4 last rifle season up there.

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    Purchased my First Deer tag today and put in for the following units:
    1st -G6
    2nd-D17
    3rd-D14

    undecided on my second buck tag.
    Last edited by bigshot; 05-31-2012 at 10:21 PM.

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    D3-5 general for deer, an will be carrying a bear tag in my pocket as well. Ran into 3 blackies last season and didn't have a tag. Also put in for x7a for the draw with my pops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock 2.0 View Post
    D3-5 general for deer, an will be carrying a bear tag in my pocket as well. Ran into 3 blackies last season and didn't have a tag. Also put in for x7a for the draw with my pops.
    How many points do you have rock?

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    Just 2, so probly gonna draw a point. You hunt CA at all Dr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock 2.0 View Post
    Just 2, so probly gonna draw a point. You hunt CA at all Dr?
    I think the proper term would be I apply for California. I have killed I mean harvested a Gillion ducks and chukar there though. It is another state to apply to open up hunting opportunitys in the future.

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    Didn't draw Navada still have Wyoming left for deer and antelope and points in Colorado. For cali trying some new units. X6b for deer, East park for elk, Clear lake for antelope, and I forget the sheep unit. Really would like to draw a Cali antelope tag. Hunting those speed goats is just so much fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00BUCK View Post
    Hunting those speed goats is just so much fun
    They taste good too!
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