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    Good luck everyone I hope its all good news. I am waiting for the Idaho draws April for moose and May for deer and elk. My daughter is taking hunters ED. in a couple weeks hope to get her a youth tag this year some where good.

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    Not applying for elk in Wy, but just sent in my Colorado Desert Sheep app. An additional tag this year so the odds are a little better.
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    Points for me this year again. That will be 6 for Deer Elk and Antelope.
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    Slim chance at elk this year. I have been checking very day to see if Wyoming results are released.

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    I sure wish we could hunt elk here easier in my state. You all that can in your own state are so fortunate. Elk are such an awesome and majestic animal. I'm thinking on trying the Idaho OTC again. I heard bulls and saw them last October. I'll be in a lot better shape, God willing than last year and I'll gather if I pack in there again and hunker down and hunt smart I could get it done.

    Some friends want to try WY but where we want to go I think we will need another point to draw.

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    You can hunt elk every year in my state but finding any is a different story! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    You can hunt elk every year in my state but finding any is a different story! LOL
    Here there's a love/hate relationship between landowners and elk. Ranchers that run cattle around the free ranging herds will shoot them 24/7/365 while others want them left alone for the herds to build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    Here there's a love/hate relationship between landowners and elk. Ranchers that run cattle around the free ranging herds will shoot them 24/7/365 while others want them left alone for the herds to build.
    I didnt know TX had any elk. I know alot of ranchers dont like them because they can be kinda hard on fences.

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    Far West Tx mountains and the panhandle has them. It's not uncommon for 340-380 bulls and even some over 400 to be shot. As long as they're classified as an exotic, can be shot year-round at any time of day and the an ill-conceived notion that everything here is shot over feed then you won't hear much about them.

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    So i could go to Texas and shoot an elk anyday of the year with no tag or license? Any public land in the parts that have elk? LOL

 

 

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