You need to apply for a "Type 6" tag instead of a "Type 7" tag. Look through the hunting regulations book, and you will see that most of the units that have a "Type 7" also have a "Type 6". If not, you may want look at hunting a different unit.I have a random question for everyone on this thread (nice bucks, btw): does anyone hunt doe antelope in WY? I usually do each year and the seasons get more and more frustrating. A lot of the units have stipulations that the does can only be harvested within 1/2 mile of irrigated land, I'm assuming to appease farmers and act as a depredation hunt. However, antelope routinely go much further off the fields than this each day and you can usually watch the same herd move to/from the fields but can't always get a shot in that magical 1/2 mile mark.
I can't help but feel like I'm simply making a donation the G&F rather than having a legit chance to harvest does like I used to. Doe antelope hunting is something I've done with my kids for years and it is a fun way to get them out in the field without too many physical limitations on the hunter.
Anyone else experience this and what is your take on it? Quite frankly it torques me off, but maybe I'm just too cantankerous!