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Pronghon Lottery Apps Due Wednesday!

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Marine_Man and I are in keep the fingers crossed. First time back in the lottery since we both tagged up last year.

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Just applied.....I have 1 preference point.Odds don't look good.Number of licenses cut by over 2,000.

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Good Luck Ken! You're ahead of us - 0 preference points!

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I don't believe they can for gun. I believe Archery you could though.

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Though maybe I would apply for a rifle one if I could.

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you can contact the Standing Rock Reservation and buy one there.Otherwise you have to be a resident to rifle hunt antelope here.

marine_man......I figure it will take 3-5 years to get a tag.The past 2 years I had doe/kid tags.A lot better eating than venison.

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Ken,

Yeah.. I hear you there. We got lucky the first year we went, we put in the first year for Any Pronghorn and didn't get drawn. The second year we put in for it, figuring we wouldn't get drawn and iffwalleyes bought a SD Non resident gun tag - turns out we got drawn in ND, so he had 2 tags to fill.

They sure are a lot fun to hunt though!

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I doubt we will get it but it is a lottery so there is always the chance.

Best states for Non Res in my opinion is SD or WY. lots of options out there for the pronghorn.

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Lottery in Progress.Should know soon.

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The lottery is over...

No luck for me or iffwalleyes...

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No tag for me either this year.OH well......2 preference points next year for both antelope and mule deer.5 chances in each to get one next year.

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