September 2012
Outdoor Life;Sep2012, Vol. 219 Issue 8, pH13
The article offers information on big-game hunting in the western U.S. Colorado Elk and Antelope are available for archery season. Nonresident deer and elk tags are sold OTC in Idaho until set quotas are reached. Antelope, antlerless Deer B, and Elk B12 licenses became available through a secondary drawing and OTC in some hunting districts in Montana on August 6, 2012.


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