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    X9c or X10 for mule deer in California

    I have two points and what to hunt an X zone; these are what I'm thinking. Any suggestions?

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    Do a search. We where just having this conversation about a week ago.
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    Just my opinion, hold out for 1 more year and go for X12. Many more deer and still a chance at 180"+. Or if you are bow hunters go for X12 this year.
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    Yeah I'll take that thought into consideration. What is the best zone you can draw with two points in your opinion?

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    Depends on what kind of hunting you want to do. If you are willing to hunt hard in the back country then I would draw X8. If you like to do outfitted hunts either drop camp or fully then let me know and I can connect you with JC High Country in there. The numbers of deer have been down in there for a while but they are coming back and there are some toads in there.
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    I definitely wouldn't waste your points on X-10 you could probably draw that with no points if it was your first choice.

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    Many more deer and still a chance at 180"+. Or if you are bow hunters go for X12 this year.
    Not too many deer from that unit have ever measured 180"+ in it's history........but a 150" caliber deer is possible in that unit with some luck.
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    I would prefer more open country with a lot of glassing opportunities. We are in good physical shape and would like to get as far away
    From the roads and crowds as possible

 

 

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