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    WY Any Species Tag

    If the Game and Fish called you up today and said you are the lucky person who just won a license for any species in the state, good for all areas, what would you choose and why? P.S. I have a week until they need their answer

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    I would choose a mountain goat tag. Reasons: I believe they are one of the coolest critters roaming the hills, I love the rough country they inhabit, I have been lucky enough to kill most of the other animals in our state, and a tanned long-haired hide from the end of October would be comfy and warm on my bed!

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    For me it would be the Wild Bison tag. Monster critter & lots of meat.

    If I was younger it would be sheep.
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    Sheep or goat, because those are far and away the toughest to hunt.
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    I'd have a real hard time passing up the best bull elk hunting in the state... But, I guess I'd have to take a sheep tag, if I were forced to make the decision.
    My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtncowboy View Post
    P.S. I have a week until they need their answer
    I'm not sure if you're serious or not

    If I were a resident, it wouldn't be deer elk or antelope.....it would be bison, moose, goat or sheep. Of those four, only you can know what pushes your buttons. I have been a sheep addict forever, but now that I am in my mid fifties I just might lean to a bison or moose tag.

    With that said, how could anyone pass on a sheep tag.
    Last edited by Umpqua Hunter; 03-02-2018 at 12:47 PM.

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    I would go after one of those big bears. The ones that don't fear humans.

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    Definitely Sheep or Mountain Goat. I would probably lean towards a mountain goat as the amount of tags and population is considerably less than sheep.

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    Sheep for me.

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    Either a bison or a sheep hunt.
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