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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhoundman View Post
    Thanks! Just wasn't sure. If there would be less people in h because of wilderness or just hit g which should be about the same terrain.
    One thing about wilderness is everyone in it will either be on foot or horses, no trucks or atv's running around! Another thing is tags in areas with wilderness can be much easier for an NR to draw.

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    That's what I was thinking, probably be less people.

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    It definitely weeds out all the road hunters

 

 

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