That is remarkable....congrats. Now I know why so many of us received red....lol!I have lived here for 16 years this is the first year I have put in for draw, I put in with my 11 year old grandson for elk,deer Barbary,antelope, and oryx he and I were both successful for deer in 37. That's all he as well as deer I drew out on elk-34 Barbary - 32,34,36, & 37 and oryx stallion range pretty darn lucky!!
You will definitely walk alot havent been in that area but have been in 28 and 34 with OTCAodad or Barbary area 32-33. 36-37, rifle in December. Have not seen the area, but have been told it's a real zoo on opening weekend. I wish to correspond with serious, experienced hunters who have hunted successfully here. I have been told to expect to be walking 5 -12 miles per day, and that these are extremely shy animals.
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