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    What do you hunt the most?

    Man this place has been boring lately, probably everyone getting ready to hunt!

    So do you find yourself hunting 1 or 2 select species even though you've hunted many other varieties or hope to hope other varieties?


    Although I hunt whitetails every year and this is what I've hunted the most, when going out west I find that I've hunted elk and antelope more than anything else. I think I've only chased mulies once, although I want to chase these in the near future, perhaps 2013.

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    Mostly elk and mule deer.

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    Mule Deer and Elk in that order. But if it's any hunting, then it's geese. I hunt geese 30 to 40 times a season. Last year I shot about 70 honkers, within 10 miles of my homeplace.
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    I'm leaning towards just mule deer, but I want to stay with elk as long as I can. The hunting is fine. It's getting the elk meat out that's the problem.

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    Consistently chuckar birds since that is the only guarantee hunt here. Then I would say mule deer cause I at least have the opportunity to apply for them every year. I absolutely love hunting elk, but if you draw and are successful, you have to wait 10 years before you can apply again. If unsuccessful, still have to wait 5 years. I enjoy antelope as well, but once again, if you draw and are successful you have to wait 5 years before you can apply again. If unsuccessful, you can apply right away. I have hunted in other states, but it takes time getting the limited tags and I have only bought over the counter once in Idaho for elk.

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    I'd have to have one hell of a massive paying job for me to live in NV and put up with that crap from the G&F.

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    Elk and mule deer for me also!!!!

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    Mule deer is my fav to hunt.

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    for me elk is always the primary animal.
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    Mule deer, elk . Then anteloppe.

 

 

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