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    How fast will Doe tags sell out?

    Antelope doe that is.....The buck tags went like hotcakes in unit 21. Will the doe tags go as quickly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOSHENGRUNTER View Post
    Antelope doe that is.....The buck tags went like hotcakes in unit 21. Will the doe tags go as quickly?
    No answer to that question unfortunately. I am going after tags tomorrow that will be gone in seconds I'm guessing because there aren't very many. For your area I bet there are some left days from now just based on the number of tags- but nobody really knows for sure. Typically if you see 100s of tags left over, people don't get in too big a hurry to buy them. If there are less than 100- they go fast usually.

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    That's as good of an educated guess as anyone could give I reckon!

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    over 250 tags sold out in 2hrs 39mins. dang!

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    Must have been a popular unit with lots of public land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdan68 View Post
    Must have been a popular unit with lots of public land.
    unit 21. I believe its posted as difficult access. I think about half the unit has sparatic accessible land. luckily we are on the other half!

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    I've watched the leftover tag list pretty close for the last few years. The small amount of public in units 23 and 21 are really going to get pounded this year. I'm sure that a lot of guys like me who love to hunt antelope but didn't draw their near sure tag this year bought leftovers just so they could go. I'm afraid it will be more crowded than normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canvsbk View Post
    I've watched the leftover tag list pretty close for the last few years. The small amount of public in units 23 and 21 are really going to get pounded this year. I'm sure that a lot of guys like me who love to hunt antelope but didn't draw their near sure tag this year bought leftovers just so they could go. I'm afraid it will be more crowded than normal.
    I think that's a very good assessment of the situation in those two units and a couple others near them that guys keep asking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topgun 30-06 View Post
    I think that's a very good assessment of the situation in those two units and a couple others near them that guys keep asking about.
    Right TopGun, guys had better get their antelope first thing opening day. After the pressure of the opener, the antelope head to private land...and safety. Finding one wandering back onto public ground for a week or better will be wishful thinking. I hate hunting like that....the areas with leftovers are always hard to hunt because of access issues.

 

 

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