Big 3 draw

DoubleDropMuley

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Surprised how many have drawn 2 of the 3. Curious if anyone out there has drawn all 3? In the state lottery systems.
I’m pretty sure a guy from Wyoming has, I know he has goat and sheep and 99% sure he has his moose also, all in wyo.
 

Maxhunter

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Surprised how many have drawn 2 of the 3. Curious if anyone out there has drawn all 3? In the state lottery systems.
I've actually drawn all three. I guess I wasn't paying attention. I'm getting close to another moose tag. All three species have been taken with a bow. Really want a buffalo tag.
 
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BuzzH

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I've drawn moose in both Montana and Wyoming, ewe bighorn in MT (second choice) ram tag in Wyoming, desert sheep in AZ, goat tag in Montana.
 
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Maxhunter

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The goat is really hard to draw because it's just luck no points. With odds at less than .50% I was really lucky. The other two I just built up the points and eventually drew. It was a great achievement! I feel very fortunate to have accomplished it.
 

Montana

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The goat is really hard to draw because it's just luck no points. With odds at less than .50% I was really lucky. The other two I just built up the points and eventually drew. It was a great achievement! I feel very fortunate to have accomplished it.
Post up some pics. That’s crazy cool and impressive.
 

BuzzH

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Same to you... I’d love to see some of these pics.
Ewe bighorn from Montana...a long time ago in the glory days of upper Rock Creek:



Moose from Montana, also a long time ago. Applied for a unit with crap odds hoping I wouldn't draw as I had a dall sheep hunt to do. Terrible tag, it didn't start until Nov. 15th access was an issue and bulls dropping antlers was another issue.



Montana mountain goat. The unit I hunted had only issue a total of 5 tags when I drew in 1998. Hunted early passing on a lot of goats, watched the weather and eventually shot this one in early November. The next year I believe the tag numbers jumped from 2 to 6.



Desert sheep in 2012. Spent 14 or so days right before the season scouting rams solo. According the AZGF population estimates, I looked at and found a vast majority of the rams in the unit. About 40 minutes into the season I shot the ram I liked the most:



Wyoming moose in 2015, pretty average area but decided to use my points. Found this bull after looking around a fair bit and was just a little too good to let go. For the unit, a decent bull. It was a fun time with my Dad, Brother and Nephew.





Last year drew WY sheep and without a ton of help from a good friend that knows sheep country as good as anyone alive, this wouldn't have happened. Did 4 separate hunts over 26 days before things came together. Found 62 rams and was as close to a perfect ram hunt as I could have hoped for. Late in the season, great colored cape, 9.5 years old...stalk to just over 100 yards.

 

wy-tex

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Moose only for me, random hopes.
Took a B&C bighorn last fall and have 2 smallish bull moose and 2 cow bison.
I'm out of the sheep game now and goats are not a big priority.
A bull bison and another moose are all I covet now.
 
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