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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I think your right in many of your statements.

    I seem to remember P&W managing some units as trophy elk units and NOT having any OTC in those units. I also think the OTC should be managed unit by unit and only so many tags available as OTC, when the number is gone, that's it for the year. I also think this should apply to archery.

    I would be ok with OTC units being limited. They go up for sale and when they are gone they are gone.

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    Also, agree on this also holding true for archery OTC units as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by go_deep View Post
    I wish every state had a mandatory check in. Think you should have 7 days after the season to fill out a survey of your tag, every tag. Don't fill them out, don't get a tag next year, part of the conservation process.
    I agree completely. Great idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    I agree completely. Great idea!
    That's what we have in Alaska. If you don't turn in your hunt report, you are not eligible for the draw.

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by go_deep View Post
    I wish every state had a mandatory check in. Think you should have 7 days after the season to fill out a survey of your tag, every tag. Don't fill them out, don't get a tag next year, part of the conservation process.
    I agree but instead of 7 days, you have till a certain date. I only say this as here in NV you could be hunting 2 or 3 different species at the same time and they end differently. I have been deep with no service when a season has ended and been lucky enough to wait till I got home to fill out the mandatory harvest report. Only thing I do not like about NV is you can just pay a fine the following year to get your name back in the hat. I prefer mandatory year off to teach versus buy your way back in.

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    And yet another way to get money out of hunters to line their pockets...lol

 

 
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