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    WOW.....I can't believe you guys are giving up all this valuable info to a member that hardly ever contributes....UNBELIEVABLE !!!!!!!

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    Nice tag, how many points did you have? Been trying for N. Washoe archery tags for 5 years with no bites.

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    Hey MM/Keystone/the 6 million post man,

    I don't have a ton of info but I have been chukar hunting the Selenite Range the last three years and have spotted a few now and then. I've seen most antelope along the base of the east side of the range, tucked into the various nooks and crannies of the terrain. I have even seen some along the west side of the range between the mountains and highway.

    Though I haven't been looking for them, the goats seem to be fairly sparse. Two seasons ago I saw quite a few but this last year I saw almost none. But again, I wasn't looking for them and was concentrating on birds. And also, I've only been driving through a very small section of your unit and have no idea whether there are better spots within the unit.

    I don't know how helpful that is, but it's the best I got for ya.

    Good luck!!!
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    What was I thinking starting this thread on my 1st post. All I really wanted was GPS cordinates to a 105'' speeder tied to a tree. Thats not to much to ask is it? Come on Nevada help an NR out HAHAHAHA
    Keystone 1, Over!

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    Congrats on the tag Musket Man and welcome to the forum. Please introduce yourself in the new members forum.

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    Hey MM, I hunted deer in those units, but it's been about 10 yrs ago. I can tell you the little bit I know about them if you PM me. I'll have to dig out my maps to refresh my memory on some of the names.My memories slipping I guess I'm getting old

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    Orrrrrr you can search google earth, call the bio, bring some Coors Banquet and a bottle of Crown, go scouting and the first rancher you meet with lots of alfalfa, hand him the drinkables, introduce yourself as Keystone the Musket Man and you will have a conversation starter to get a access to hunt private ground.
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    Probably kick me out if I tried to offer him Crown
    Keystone 1, Over!

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    MM aren't you planning to just shoot the first buck you see like you usually do
    Grand Slam #1005 + 2: Dall (1986 Yukon), Fannin/Stone (1987 Yukon), Bighorn (1988 Colorado Unit S-26), Stone (1995 British Columbia), Desert (2001 Nevada Unit 161), Bighorn (2009 Wyoming Unit 5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Probably kick me out if I tried to offer him Crown
    Crown is the drink of choice for the old timer ranchers in Nv.
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