>One thing about this website is
>you can't just ask for
>help on your very first
>post. It offends a lot
>of peeps on here that's
>why you are not getting
>For some reason you have to
>give your whole life history
>including name, date of birth,
>SS#, your whole hunting life
>experience, and where you live,
>to get any help.
>I don't know anything about that
>unit as I'm still building
>points myself but good luck
>on your hunt. You beat
>the odds now go get
>a big one!
Thanks for the heads up. Yes, I am new the forum and eager to become aquainted. I certainly want to be resourceful to others on the board wherever possible.
I've spent the last 12-15 years building points for limited entry tags. While waiting, I typically purchase over the counter tags for deer, elk. Hopefully, I can offer some insights to hunting / fishing areas where I have spent time.
In terms of drawing tags I hunted Colorado unit 22 mule deer last year. 3rd season Rifle. Also a migration hunt. We each got a descent buck. Learned a lot and happy to share what I learned.
A few years ago I hunted Wyoming bull elk in unit 100. Red desert area that was a very unique experience. We were fortunate to get 3 nice bulls in 4 days. Learned a lot about the area.
Alaska fishing- for those interested in heading to Alaska, I've spent about 70 fishing days days up there over the years. Happy to offer my insights on timing and where to go - with very specific details.