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    Quote Originally Posted by m.mcolorado View Post
    i know right, but i got to shoot high bud!
    Anything's possible, just gotta be in the right place at the right time and throw a little luck in the equation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m.mcolorado View Post
    i know right, but i got to shoot high bud!
    Hey I'm with ya! Post some pics for the flatlanders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama View Post
    Hey I'm with ya! Post some pics for the flatlanders.
    Will do! Got a goat located that i think will score higher than wideglide. Been scouting the deer tag for five years and will scout it hard this summer also. Pics to come! Hey i went from Jr. member to just a plain ol member, i'm moving up in the world!

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    I'll be drawing a northern X zone this season. A solid 4x4 or better shouldn't be too hard on that tag, but I have a streak that will ride on coastal Blacktails come July. Looking to make it 8 four-points (to at least one side) in a row.

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    On the border with points on a x zone tag this year, if that is drawn 4x4 or better. 2nd tag will be a b-zone tag with a 3x3 or better.

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    I probably wont get drawn for my first two choices (G-6 and D-12) and get stuck with my third choice D-14. I'll buy my second tag for D-14 as well (Like a dummy, can't resist because its hunt'in in my back yard!!) I'll shoot first legal buck I see with first tag (Usually a forkie) and will shoot some sort of non typical with my second tag!! That is what I'm predicting.

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    Do you go scouting in D14 at all BigShot?

    I hunt the closer D zones too. I can go hunting for a day if it's a 2-2 1/2 hour drive, but a 5+ hour drive and I'd have to take more time off work, etc. And I need the money for hunting, haha.
    Probably the deer I want the most is a big California non-typical buck, with a drop tine or too. Those are the coolest IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Never in Doubt View Post
    Do you go scouting in D14 at all BigShot?

    I hunt the closer D zones too. I can go hunting for a day if it's a 2-2 1/2 hour drive, but a 5+ hour drive and I'd have to take more time off work, etc. And I need the money for hunting, haha.
    Probably the deer I want the most is a big California non-typical buck, with a drop tine or too. Those are the coolest IMO.
    Yea I scout very heavy before the season opens, as a matter of fact I got my four wheeler loaded and headed out tomorrow morning to put out some trail cams and do some glassing. I live in a cabin at 5,000 ft elevation in Zone D-14, so its easy for me to scout on my weekends. Also taking out my .223 in case I see some yotes.

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    Should draw my Xzone tag this year and will pick up a Dtag on my second. I would love to say 4pt or better for me but we'll see what happens when they walk out in front of me.

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    I drew a X zone last year, so that is out of the picture. D3-5 for me . Maybe a antelope tag. I've got 8 points...not enough...just need to be lucky!

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