First 2 question most are going to have is, are you just looking to fill tags, or looking for a 4+ year old? That will change the answers on if you should go regular, or as a guy I know says, expensive.
Food for thought on the price of a license.
From CC's earlier thread where he stated the cost of a NR Wyoming Antelope license in 1980 was $100
The cost of a few common items then and now.
Average household income $19,170. Today $63,030 3.3 increase
Wyoming buck Antelope $100. Now $339 3.4...
At some point in the near future, 3-6 years they will, and when they do they'll be in line with what other states currently sell their NR licenses for.
I'd be willing to bet they still sell every tag too
I can tell you that this is a budget year so most SF are going no where, and a LOT of people are against the 30% NR tag allocation going to guided hunts only portion of this. This will get shot down so fast it won't be funny. Of all the things in the bill that i'd watch in future years to...
Besides jerky, you got any other homerun recepies for geese? Going to do hot Italian, smoked bologna, and pastrami, but got enough for one more batch and looking for another idea.
Good luck in the final days!