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APPLICATION STRATEGY 2019: Arizona Elk -
posted 1 hour ago
Marcos E. you gotta buy the license too. That's why Jordan recommends to just apply, as the license is required and non refundable.
Wyoming bowhunter starts hunting ethics nonprofit -
posted 1 day ago
Wild sheep foundation sponsoring extreme range shooting - yeah that seems off. I'd support them hoping off that bandwagon.
Limiting long range shooting through regulation - still a no go for me. I think limiting long range shots should be taught, not regulated. And besides, from reading Jack O'Connor's works, those Big Horn Sheep and Antelope can definitely see you half mile away.
Nonresident tags - there are less people in the whole state of Wyoming than in the east valley of Phoenix. Of course Wyoming is going to have a larger percentage of non resident tags.
When to give up on a hunting spot -
posted 2 days ago
Nice article, Dan! Let's shrink this down to a 1 or 2 day hunt. How much time would you give a spot when the hunt is accelerated like that?
Respiratory disease claims most of Antelope Island’s bighorn sheep -
posted 3 days ago
Just read the ksl article. There are no domestic sheep or mountain goats that they know of on the island. No clues yet to how the disease got there. Real unfortunate. I saw some comments on KSL asking why they aren't waiting to see if the others survive with a built up immunity. Have listened to biologists speak on this, the sheep could survive, but they would still be carriers and transmitters, and the immunity is not passed in to the lambs. Instead, they get it quickly and die quickly. Very very sad.
Wow. That is a real tragedy. Do they know how the disease got there? Are there ever domestic sheep on Antelope Island?