Idaho OTC tags, is it really that simple?

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  1. Indypendent

    Indypendent Well-Known Member

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    What Group are/were you in?
     
  2. 26Reload

    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    ATT_1352745005761_photo.jpeg Like any state...they will sell the allotted quota of tags.....doesnt mean theres enough bucks to go around.....other than the retirement packages of fish and game employees.....you know....pers......
    Three years ago bad snow...big kill off...
    Two wasn't too bad....in some places...others were horrendous kill....
    This winter once again was bad kill.....
    So with three years of serious winter kill....hell...i will sell you my tag too...
    I been thinking of heading east to hunt.....if the cars are murdering that many deer on the road...that pretty good odds of killing deer with a hunting utensil.....heck even if i have to drive all night to pick thru parts and pieces of roadkill.........lol......
     
  3. Bcwn

    Bcwn Well-Known Member

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    3rd B 2/3
     
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  4. Bcwn

    Bcwn Well-Known Member

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    Come out to NC you get 2 buck tags and 4 doe tags, every doe you call in they offer you another tag. The state game lands for deer here are not nearly as large as private lands
     
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  5. Indypendent

    Indypendent Well-Known Member

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    Ha! I literally just walked out of that building 45 minutes ago. I was in A-1/5 for many years but I'm retired now and a contractor working with B-2/3.

    What years were you there?