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    NV restrictions on re-applying

    So I was just reading through the NV reg's and to me, it looks like if you draw and harvest a bull elk, you cannot apply for elk again for 10 years. Am I reading that right? Looks the same for sheep and mountain goats which I can understand but elk too?

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    Correct. But only if you harvest. If unsuccessful in the field its 5 years before you can try again

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    Nevada has a lot of folks applying for those tags.

    How do elk tags work in ND?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDHunter View Post
    So I was just reading through the NV reg's and to me, it looks like if you draw and harvest a bull elk, you cannot apply for elk again for 10 years. Am I reading that right? Looks the same for sheep and mountain goats which I can understand but elk too?
    Yep your correct. 5 years for Antelope too.

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    Wowza, so probably at least 10 years to draw a tag, a 10 year wait period, then probably 15 years or so to draw another one....So unless a guy gets really lucky, a NV elk tag is dang near a once-in-a-lifetime tag. Or maybe twice in a lifetime. That sucks...

    Edelweiss- ND elk tags are for residents only. That goes for sheep and moose too. Well unless you want to pony up about 40k for the sheep auction tag...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDHunter View Post
    Wowza, so probably at least 10 years to draw a tag, a 10 year wait period, then probably 15 years or so to draw another one....So unless a guy gets really lucky, a NV elk tag is dang near a once-in-a-lifetime tag. Or maybe twice in a lifetime. That sucks...

    Edelweiss- ND elk tags are for residents only. That goes for sheep and moose too. Well unless you want to pony up about 40k for the sheep auction tag...
    I wish every state would do residents only on sheep, moose and goats. Take some of the prestige away from them.

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    Ya that's kinda how I see it too. I drew my Elk in 2006. Took 10 points. I know a guy with 20 points and drew 3 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Ya that's kinda how I see it too. I drew my Elk in 2006. Took 10 points. I know a guy with 20 points and drew 3 years ago.
    Wow! 20 years for a elk tag. I hope I have a little more luck than that
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    These tags are so hard to get. I'm hoping to draw an elk,sheep, or goat tag this year because I'm going to not want to enter the non resident pool!

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    So what are your guys' strategy? Put in for the really tough tags and try to pull one awesome tag, or try to draw anything and maybe get 2 in your lifetime?

 

 

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