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    Looking to buying land I have looked into New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Idaho. Any suggestions and ideas about theses states. Hard hunted, tags, ect?

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    Are you just looking for a place to hunt? Retire? Relocate? Need a little more information.
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    Need more info. What exactly are you looking for? Mountain cabin? Home on the prairie? What species are you after? Budget? Wanting to hunt your own land? Farm the land? Run cattle?

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    as far as the hunting goes, Idaho and co would offer up best chances for quality tags every year. if you pick Idaho you should prob let me check out the area for ya, make sure its hunt able you know?

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    I agree if you want to hunt every year choose a state that sells OTC tags.
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    Retire and be able to run some cattle and little farm/ hay land. Budget is up to 5 million
    Last edited by switchbackkd; 08-25-2014 at 09:42 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by switchbackkd View Post
    Retire and be able to run some cattle and little farm/ hay land. Budget is up to 5 million
    Wyoming is the easy answer to me... You can still find reasonably priced land and you can buy OTC tags every year.

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    There's 250 acres in unit 100 WY for sale that has a cpl Elk and Antelope LO tags. The guy is over on monster muleys WY forum..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I agree if you want to hunt every year choose a state that sells OTC tags.
    I'd focus on what tags are available for residents versus NR's. Colorado has lots of OTC tags but also has a large population so getting good tags is difficult. Not to mention many of their tags are given to landowners so there are fewer and fewer tags available in the draw, unless you plan to buy enough land to get landowner tags. For example it will probably take 10+ years to get a good antelope tag in Colorado and in Wyoming you can get a similar tag every year as a resident.

    Look for states with good animals and smaller populations of resident hunters. States like WY, MT, and NM fit the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WapitiBob View Post
    There's 250 acres in unit 100 WY for sale that has a cpl Elk and Antelope LO tags. The guy is over on monster muleys WY forum..
    That sounds pretty dang good... Probably the only way a guy ever gets a unit 100 elk tag.

 

 

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