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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby megalomaniac » Fri Jan 27, 2017 3:45 pm

I hope no one puts in for NM ever again... bastages really screwed the NR's unless you are willing to give the outfitters a huge chunk of $$$. I could have lived with the purchase of the NR hunting license to apply... but 8% of all tags to NR's.. that's just a waste of my time now.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby AT Hiker » Mon Feb 06, 2017 11:39 am

Got my AZ Pronghorn and Elk apps in today. Hoping I am one of the lucky 1%er's to draw the tags.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby LanceS4803 » Mon Feb 06, 2017 5:32 pm

AT Hiker wrote:Got my AZ Pronghorn and Elk apps in today. Hoping I am one of the lucky 1%er's to draw the tags.


Better odds than the lottery.
Utah got a nice payment from me this year, as usual.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby tree_ghost » Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:45 am

nwsg76 wrote:Arizona elk jan. Then my annual donation to utah for deer and elk in feb. I think new mexico elk also. Not much of chance to actually draw any of these but you have to try. Then iowa for bow tag (should draw). Points only in colorado deer and elk. Wyoming points for deer ,elk, antelope. North dakota mule deer is another one I have good chance to draw this year with 8 bonus points.
Crap.. I hope my wife never reads this....lol


What does a year worth of collecting priority points in this many states cost a man?


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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby wjohnson1983 » Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:20 am

You can look at my Western Draws thread where I started it by asking a similar question. Depends on the states and species though.

These are for just points.

AZ = $220 for 4 species
NV = $182 for 4 species
WY ~$100 for 3 species
UT ~$100 for 4 species

In most states you have to front the cost for the tag when you enter the draw. If you don't draw then, you get a refund minus the license and app fees.

CO even with the point only option you have to pay for the tag and then get refunded later. NM is completely random with no points. I haven't researched MT enough to understand it.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby ChippewaPartners » Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:58 pm

For those interested in hunting Colorado I have used this site and find it rather useful. Hunting another state isn't rocket science, it's just a longer ride in the truck!

http://www.toprut.com/hunt/colorado-mule-deer/
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby ChippewaPartners » Wed Feb 08, 2017 1:01 pm

Another site for hunters with global aspirations is here........

http://www.racksite.com/index.php
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby Poser » Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:48 pm

It is looking like there will be a significant winter die off this year throughout the West. I know that Gunnison area has resorted to emergency supplemental feeding. ID is reporting die offs and UT has closed shed hunting season to prevent further stressing of the herd due to conditions. I wouldn't let this sway your decisions really, but it may be a factor when it comes to harvest reports.


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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby LanceS4803 » Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:30 pm

wjohnson1983 wrote:You can look at my Western Draws thread where I started it by asking a similar question. Depends on the states and species though.
These are for just points.
UT ~$100 for 4 species


And this is every other year, when you have to buy a state hunting license. The other year is just $10 a point per species.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby ChippewaPartners » Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:13 pm

I put in for several western states every year. For some hunts I do all the applications myself, for others I use a service.

www.huntinfool.com has a great service if you want to take some long shots on buying landowner tags, sheep, oryx, goats, moose, etc..........

They are good at what they do and getting better. Extremely knowledgeable and friendly.

www.huntinfool.com
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby EastTNHunter » Thu Feb 09, 2017 4:36 pm

Colorado elk preference point applied for
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby wjohnson1983 » Mon Feb 13, 2017 9:40 pm

Just got in my AZ elk and antelope. We'll see if I win the lottery.

FYI deadline is tomorrow, 2/14.
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Re: 2017 Applications

Postby J_W » Tue Feb 14, 2017 5:58 pm

Been debating on starting to buy points in Arizona. I know today is the last day for elk and antelope...and I still haven't pulled the trigger. The idea of spending that much for several years with almost no chance to draw is tough for a guy wanting to take a trip every year.
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