appication ??

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  1. jorvin

    jorvin Well-Known Member

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    when i fill out my wyoming app for region c type 1 is that what i put on the lines (c type 1)? that is a general deer tag right? what is a gerneral deer tag good for? mule,white-tail, all of the above???? newbe ?'s thanks guy's
     
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  2. TomYoung

    TomYoung Active Member

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    Jorvin,

    I've been talking with an outfitter about a mule deer hunt in WY. Following is a "paste" of part of an e-mail he sent me today.

    "When you fill out the application for deer place a letter H on the line for area and leave the type line empty. Do not place anything on the space for type. For elk place GEN on the line for area and leave the type line empty."

    I think he is talking about a paper app. I always apply on-line. If you log in to the WYG&F site you can find and download app instructions which will explain the 1,6, 7, etc. I think I remember that 1 is antlered and 6 anterless.

    Hope this helps.

    Tom:)
     

  3. jorvin

    jorvin Well-Known Member

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    thanks tom any little bit helps. good luck this year
     
  4. SBruce

    SBruce Well-Known Member

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    A region C General Liscense would normally be considered a type 1. Meaning "any deer".

    However, some areas inside region C may have other regulations such as "antelered deer on public land, any deer on private land"........ect.
     
  5. jorvin

    jorvin Well-Known Member

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    That's what has me mixed up. If it's an "any deer tag" does that
    mean you can shoot a doe also. That would be ok if it's the end of your hunt with no bucks in sight????
     
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  6. cahunter805

    cahunter805 Well-Known Member

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    Jorvin "any deer" would include a doe. That is correct. Like Sbruce stated. Make sure of the unit you are hunting in and if its private or public land.
     
  7. Topgun 30-06

    Topgun 30-06 Well-Known Member

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    Yep, just put C in the first box and leave the other blank. As was said, it is normally good for a buck of either species. You will need to look in the final pamphlet that is sent with your license to see what it is good for in each one of the units within C to make sure you don't screw up. It could be good for a doe in all units, maybe does are excluded in some units(doubtful), or maybe a stipulation that does can only be shot on private land within a certain unit, etc.
     
  8. jorvin

    jorvin Well-Known Member

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    Thanks topgun for both replies. Allgood info guy's thanks and good luck this year
     
  9. Topgun 30-06

    Topgun 30-06 Well-Known Member

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    No problem! I try to help everybody as much as I can since I've hunted out there most every year since 1992 and know most of the Regs. pretty good. Good luck to you too!