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    Waterfowl..especially Canadian Honkers. I usually shoot between 75 & 100 each season and hunt only a couple of miles from my homeplace. Also usually spend a month (Jan/Feb)or so in Arizona shooting the Cowboy Action Shooting circut and hunting quail.

    The post ask what I hunt MOST...not what I liked best. Best is no contest....Mule Deer.
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    Pronghorns are my favorite and the animal I have taken the most of.

    Elk hunting is wonderful, mule deer are ok, whitetails are boring, roe deer are the my tops favorite of all deer species.

    I have hunted aoudad in New Mexico unsuccessfully in the 1990's and ibex unsuccessfully in Turkey in 2000 with local Turks.

    if I could afford anything I would do as many sheep and goat hunts as time permits every year. I'd apply for as many pronghorns, and buy as many land owner tags as I can humanly do, and I'd hunt elk and red stags every year.

    Red deer are wonderful because of their vocalizations. I have only shot red deer females, as the stag prices were more than I could afford.

    Pigs are fun, bears are fun, and predators are fun.

    Beyond that nothing else is as interesting.

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    Mule Deer hunting is my number one choice, nothing better than an old mature Muley. I am with Doe Nob, nothing beats an elk tag for meat hunting.
    A bad day in the woods is better than a good day at work.
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    Elk and mule deer. They fuel my hunting obsession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Elk and mule deer. They fuel my hunting obsession.
    Did you forget you already answered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edelweiss View Post
    Pronghorns are my favorite and the animal I have taken the most of.

    Elk hunting is wonderful, mule deer are ok, whitetails are boring, roe deer are the my tops favorite of all deer species.
    Whitetail from a tree stand is a little boring if you aren't seeing deer but whitetails in the tall grass or corn and you on your belly crawling to get a shot off is something every hunter should experience.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    Whitetail from a tree stand is a little boring if you aren't seeing deer but whitetails in the tall grass or corn and you on your belly crawling to get a shot off is something every hunter should experience.
    NOPE!

    STILL BORING!

    Done all of those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkytrack2 View Post
    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.
    What crap?

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    I don't think Nevada's problems are the Game and Fish, they just don't have the enviroment to support the number of animals other Western states do.

    It's high and dry in Nevada.

 

 

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