Which state would you pick?

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If you could pick any state to have a antelope tag in and it was good statewide. Which state would you pick and why?

I would pick Nevada. I was born and raised in that desert and would love my chance to find a monster. It also helps that a buck was killed there last year that scored in the mid 90's.
 

evan williams

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I would have to lean towards Arizona. I have family and friends scattered throughout the state so I could make it a multi-purpose trip and Arizona has some STUDS and both the P&Y and B&C world records come from AZ.
 

Darin Cooper

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My next goat hunt will be in WY next year. I've hunted them a couple times in NV - and it's been pretty good. One of these days I'll draw an AZ tag.
 

justin davis

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Arizona or New Mexico. Seem to produce monsters. Driving through new mexico to fires last year I have seen some mammoths just off the highway.
 
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does produce big goats / i wonder if they are on private land
 

les welch

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Antelope for me would be Wyoming. 1000's of goats on 1000's of acres just to roam, and some good ones to. I should be there this year, applied with 4 points.
 

Lukem

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Arizona without a question. Might have fewer pronghorn, but the potential for a stud is pretty much unmatched by any other state.
 
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