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      Standing Rock Deer tags

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      By the time you posted this they had been sold out for over a half hour. The tags hit the site at 12:09 and we're gone by 12:16! It's crazy how fast they go now!

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      Wow I guess I barely got mine then lol

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      It was 12:15 when I got mine

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      There were 100 left at 15 after when I looked and as I kept refreshing and they were gone in a flash. This is the screen shot of me and a buddy texting as they went out.

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      That's kind of funny my buddy was texting me while i was filling mine out giving me crap that I wasn't gonna get it!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buckmaster81 View Post
      That's kind of funny my buddy was texting me while i was filling mine out giving me crap that I wasn't gonna get it!
      Yeah every year it gets crazier and crazier! I was sweating bullets during the 9 minute delay fearing they might not get it fixed till some random time and I might end up missing it. Last year was 45 minutes to sell out the year before was six hours and my first year back in the mid 2000'so was a few months! Thanks hunting chanel! in the end we were lucky they even had a season for us there was a pretty good push in the tribal council to not sell tags to nonmembers this year.

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      Really ???? Why wouldn't they wanna sell $495 tags?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buckmaster81 View Post
      Really ???? Why wouldn't they wanna sell $495 tags?
      That's more than a elk tag in Idaho. If I am paying that much I want to see stuff I don't see every day. Also where the money is going is a point of contention for me.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      That's more than a elk tag in Idaho. If I am paying that much I want to see stuff I don't see every day. Also where the money is going is a point of contention for me.
      True but once a person goes down and realizes what it's like to get to hunt a gun season that is up to two months long on prim big buck ground where you hardly ever see another hunter it's hard to go back to the 16 1/2 day mad house of the state season. Hunting out there in a vary laid back setting is worth it....the sheer speed of the tag sale show's just how nice it is down there. Plus it's march 19 and I know what my primary deer tag is already.

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      Really ???? Why wouldn't they wanna sell $495 tags?
      Why wouldn't they allow a vote on the Sioux logo? There's no telling what will come out of the tribal council!

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      I don't spend my money in the indian casinos either. I feel as though enough of my money goes that way already, and I have no choice in that

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      Just remember what ground you are on when your out shooting stuff.
      Just because you buy the tag doesn't mean you can shoot stuff wherever you want on the rez, there is allot of private lands. And it doesn't have to be posted on the SD side.
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      The wondering tends to be the state hunters coming onto the res land since the res has the Lions share of the good ground for deer.

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      Quote Originally Posted by dean nelson View Post
      True but once a person goes down and realizes what it's like to get to hunt a gun season that is up to two months long on prim big buck ground where you hardly ever see another hunter it's hard to go back to the 16 1/2 day mad house of the state season. Hunting out there in a vary laid back setting is worth it....the sheer speed of the tag sale show's just how nice it is down there. Plus it's march 19 and I know what my primary deer tag is already.

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      Why wouldn't they allow a vote on the Sioux logo? There's no telling what will come out of the tribal council!
      I live here you might be able to feed a line of bull shit to some but I know better. It is a variable wild west it would be trouphy ground if managed at all. Still 500 is not worth it I get the same thing for 45 dollars in Sodak but get to go east and west river.

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      The grand river is busy but the nd side is not. 95% of the guys head for your area leaving huge swaths unhunted. When there are multiple 200+ inches deer coming out the last couple years i would say they are doing a pretty good job. Hell i passed on my 180 last year a couple times because he was to small compared to the ones I had been chasing. This is the last few years worth with a ND Sioux county deer so I wouldn't call it poor quality.

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      As for their tag vs state tag thats apples to oranges. But if I base it on what I would pay for a SD tag which is just under $300 the price per day works out to $19 dollars vs $11 for the res. No doubt it's allot of money but if your used to hunting out of state the price point gets a little more normal compared to the others. Hell montana is a hundred more and you have to pay for a trip out to boot vs hunting within a half hour of home. In the end some people think it's crazy, some wish they had the spare income to do it and some skrimp and save to make sure they can't get one. To each there own but it's nice to know i have a tag so when I'm out walking the ridges picking up sheds I know that I will be back hunting them this fall after a summer scouting the bachelor herds.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kurtr View Post
      I live here you might be able to feed a line of bull shit to some but I know better. It is a variable wild west it would be trouphy ground if managed at all. Still 500 is not worth it I get the same thing for 45 dollars in Sodak but get to go east and west river.
      well im with you on this kurtr. having been born and raised there i see our hunting opportunities becoming less and less each as new hunters pack into the area each fall. becoming more over run each yr with hunters that think they own the country because they have a tag in there hand. none seem to care if they have a state tag or a rez tag they just go where ever they please until there ran off.... you know its bad when land owners ask you to help watch over there land while your out there because there busy working or simply can not over see all there land at once. i believe there is even a part in the tribal lease that states the lessee may keep people(hunters) off the leased ground?????? im kinda wondering if dean isnt the marketing manager for the tribal game and fish. by the way dean with all my yrs(30+) of hunting the rez(sioux county) and i pretty much spend all fall hunting i have never seen nothing close to a two hundred inch whitetail or mule deer. maybe back in the day it was laid back but anymore its just like the rest on north dakota. soon it will be like waterfowl hunting out east.

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      Dean your delusional, if you think it's all roses down there I would like to know where you hunt. I guess if you like hunting beside guys on 4 wheelers and having people cut your fences then that would be normal. Also having out of staters driving by your posted signs and leaving gates open so you have to chase cows all day sounds like a blast. Also having a bullet hole in the side of your pickup while It sits in your driveway! That if the tribal game and fish don't harass you. Don't forget to tell people as soon as they walk onto private land they are breaking state law unless they have a state tag.

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      What a bunch of BS. The tribe doesn't manage deer; they sell tags. There are good deer in pockets. Most of those big mulies are coming off of private deeded land; state private or indian private, where you need permission to hunt. You want to see land and wildlife get raped and pillaged, come down and watch. Tribal tag makes most guys feel like they've got a free pass to do what ever they want. Tribe has no intention to not sell non resident tags, the push is to make a non resident hire a 'guide'.

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      Quote Originally Posted by huntorride365 View Post
      What a bunch of BS. The tribe doesn't manage deer; they sell tags. There are good deer in pockets. Most of those big mulies are coming off of private deeded land; state private or indian private, where you need permission to hunt. You want to see land and wildlife get raped and pillaged, come down and watch. Tribal tag makes most guys feel like they've got a free pass to do what ever they want. Tribe has no intention to not sell non resident tags, the push is to make a non resident hire a 'guide'.
      Come down and watch....how do you think those deer got to my place a giant fishing rod! The res sells 550 tags to nonmembers how many does the state of SD and ND sell for same area! 3f1 is one of only a couple units that are still above management levels thus why the state floods the ground with as many tags as they can. Those land owners you speak of ....true some have a right to bitch but I've seen more illegal landowner bull shit down there then just about anywhere else I've hunted. See guys all the time posting land they don't own or rolling hay bales on trails to block gates. Hell I've seen a rancher last year try and kick some coyote hunters off a school section telling them he owned it and was going to call the warden. So you feel free to live in your little world where the tribe is wrecking the wildlife and I will sit in the peace and quite of the res season till opening day of state season where like everywhere else it turns into some sort of pumpkin colored version of the running of the bulls!

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      Dean, that's a lot of dandy bucks ..... I wouldn't blame the hunting channel that photo right there posted all over a hunting website might be a reason that tag is so competitive.

      also if your referring to western ND mule deer country as crowded not sure your hunting in the right spot. Or getting far enough from the road. Wife and I put on 5.99 and 6.01 ( per wife's fit bit) miles on her hunt last year and she has a dandy to show for it. Saw 2 other hunters.......in there cars as we returned from our hike'.

      I dam dam near pulled the trigger in the Rez tag but anticipating a my ND mule deer buck and wyoming goat tags this year

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      Crowd wise I'm talking about most of the spots in hunted before I switched to the rock namely 2k2. Used to hunt 4B allot and like you said the crowds were relative to however close you are to the road and I'm sure now it's way more quit with the low numbers of tags. But even on the rock it turns into a bleeping mad house at noon on that certain day in Nov. It's crazy this year I saw a total of three groups I could say for a fact were hunting in the couple weeks leading up to state season and those groups were miles off as I glassed from some high ground. The sat morning of opener I probably saw over thirty groups in less then two hours. Didn't see anybody actually doing anything other then driving slowly down any trail they could find mind you. It's weird the area i was in that day is highly conducive to western style road hunting ...I.E. driving to various chunks of high ground than scanning a several square mile area looking for a deer worth a stalk but they don't even bother to do that. Its to the point now days that I normally shut down most all my hunting for deer on Friday through Sunday during the first two weeks of the season. As for posting the pic you are correct and had this been four years ago you wouldn't have heard a word out of me about down there but the cats out of the bag with all the hunting shows and it has attracted a huge amount of attention from out east. That's actually when I made the jump north out of SD to the ND side. Ground isn't near as good but it closer and has allowed me the time and room to find the pockets mentioned above and learn how the deer move in those areas.

      Hell I'm still chewing over going after some speed goats down there this year so they may get more of my money yet.

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