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To clarify my earlier post, it’s true that goat meat is pretty decent eating even from the high sage desert. BUT, you will see / taste a difference in one that has fed primarily on alfalfa.They are all good eating. Don't worry about the unit as far as that goes.

Sage, hayfield, etc. They all taste the same. Occasionally a person claims to get a bad one but that has not been our case and is not affected by area. A myth... a fallacy.

Could definitely taste the sage the mule deer had been eating compared to the white tail that hadn't.

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What is usually OTC after the left over draw for non res?

Actually I was reading the odds incorrectly for unit 60, GOHUNT has a .77% chance of drawing with 5 points.

Now I'm looking at the northeast corner of the state. Anyone hunt Unit's 1 or 18??

Gohunt shows you last years odds, those are not your odds for 2023 with 5 points. You can look at their timeline to estimate points needed for 2023.

When you apply and have 5 preference points, Does that really mean you have 6 preference points including the one for that year??

32 took 6 points last year for 100%, 5 points was 10%

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What is usually OTC after the left over draw for non res?

leftover draw odds report will show areas undersubscribed

If you apply with 5 point and a special tag, that is more like having 6. Basically paying for the extra point with the special tagWhen you apply and have 5 preference points, Does that really mean you have 6 preference points including the one for that year??

32 took 6 points last year for 100%, 5 points was 10%