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Nd badlands trip

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My roommate and I left grand forks at midnight Wednesday night and drove out to the badlands. Hunted Thursday Friday and Saturday. Ended the weekend with 8 roosters 2 sharpies a Hun.... Oh yeah and 2 Mullie bucks! It was a trip of a lifetime! Here's a link to some pics I put together.

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WTG fishhead!!! It's killing me to not be able to go out there this year! Moving to MN was a great move for my family, but not getting the ND OTC any deer tag just flat out sucks! Thanks for sharing your adventure and great job on making some awesome memories with a buddy!

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froggy, it's an OTC tag for ND residents. Non-residents apply and the odds are somewhere around 30% I believe (it's been dropping every year though). I applied this year as a NR and didn't draw. That was a real kick in the pants after being spoiled as an ND resident for over a decade and getting to go out there every year. It's great country and a wonderful place to hunt. There are some real stud bucks, but honestly, it's far from the best state to shoot a big muley in. However, there's great opportunity and if you're not set on a 180" buck, there are great times to be had out there. I can't wait until I draw and get to go back!

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And the whitetails aren't bad either and for scenery, hard to beat seeing some Bighorn Sheep occassionally as well, including a couple studs!

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And the whitetails aren't bad either and for scenery, hard to beat seeing some Bighorn Sheep occassionally as well, including a couple studs!

Prop, yer killin' me! frown

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