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    I've archery hunted that area a few years. The tag is good for 43,47,471. We always ended up back in 43 because there just seems to be better deer over there than 47 for whatever reason. If you muzzleloader hunt you may consider that tag. Easy to draw and good for all 3 units I believe.

    I did the 471 early season hunt and it was amazing how many hikers, 4 wheelers, dune buggies, etc you will see. Beautiful country though !

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    A friend had the high country buck tag for 47 last year and did alot of scouting and got about a 185 in velvet. The only trouble was that was the only nice buck he came accross the rest where small 4's and 3's. Lots of bunny huggers in that country too.

 

 

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