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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    I dont think it is detering that many people since it now takes 4 points to draw it. Its the only unit I have noticed with poor access that takes any points to draw. I would consider a unit like that 2nd choice but to me there are alot better units that can be had with 4 points. Luckily we all look for different things when choosing a unit or we would all apply for the same unit and the draw odds would be 10,000-1 while all the other units had leftover tags. lol
    ***How can you say that when there were only 9 tags in that draw and hardly anyone put in for them until it got down to 4PPS? It looks like if what you said was remotely true there would be a lot of applicants for the tags!
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    Ya lost me Topgun and what does *** mean? lol

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    Thanks to everyone for their input thus far. The lack of public land in 55 does concern me as I'd rather concentrate more on hunting than always checking the map to see where we can hunt. Makes me lean more towards 48. I hunted 96 4 years ago and had a fun hunt but looking to see some new country. Any thoughts about 90-1??? Not sure we have the points to draw 91 or 92

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    What is the difference between 90-1 and 90-2? Would you go in the special draw or the regular?

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    We are going in the regular draw and 90-1 looks easier to draw than 90-2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob270340 View Post
    We are going in the regular draw and 90-1 looks easier to draw than 90-2.
    I go in the reg draw too. I was just wondering what the regs were on 90-1 vs 90-2 and what was making 1 easier to draw then 2.

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    Looks like 90-1 is east of hwy 191 and 90-2 is west of 191. 90-1 is the smaller of the 2 but looks like its mostly public land. I think either would be a good hunt and have good access.

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    90-1 is a good area, we used to get doe tags out there all the time. Honestly I can't tell a difference between 90,91,92,93 and 96. The quality and quantity of Antelope is pretty uniform. Between me and my friends we've had several doe tags in all these units and have drawn a few buck tags. All of them have 70" bucks and a few 80". Spent quite a bit of time in all of them since I'm only a couple hours away we go out all the time to shoot p-dogs and rabbits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Ya lost me Topgun and what does *** mean? lol
    In another way of saying it, if the unit was so popular there would be a lot more applicants and it would take more than 3 or 4 PPs to get one of the few tags---Comprende? The *** is something I started doing on a couple websites where it was hard to differentiate who was posting and who was being quoted. This site is nice in that the quote is shaded in yellow and stands out easily! Sorry if the *** bothers you, so I made sure to leave them out in my response, LOL!
    Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 03-01-2014 at 10:25 AM.

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    I think for a checkerboard unit its very popular to take 4 points considering most units with comparable access take 0 points and most that take 4 points have much better access. I know of units with leftover tags that look better to me but I have never been to 55 so there could be something I dont know about it and could be better then I think. LOL*** doesnt bother me I have just been curious what it meant is all.

 

 

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