I think we are actually speaking the same language. Do I dream of a great hunt every time I head out yup, do I want to experience a few different places I thought would be fun, yup. Just how do I get to each of them.every hunt I go on is my dream hunt. guess I'M just not one o them grass is always greener fellers
Same here. Hard to complain with an elk and deer archery tag in my pocket most years.I feel very fortunate but I am living my dream hunt just about every year. Yep as luck would have it looks like I will be chasing giant mule deer above timberline w a bow again this year!!
This was exactly my logic!Scott,
I take it that the interest in the landowner tag is to get on some country with great genetics, without waiting forever on a drawn tag that may never pan out?
I've never priced one out; but w/points fees rising and point creep (point system states), it might not be as expensive as one might think? Currently @ $41/yr for a nonres deer preference point in WY, if the price never went up, for say, 10 points to get a really good tag, I'm looking at $410 on top of the tag cost; plus 10 yrs. And depending on the area/tag, it could be much worse than that.
With the point creep and limited tags, its worth looking at other options like these landowner tags to get out there where dreams are made...