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Guzzler map from NDOW







Tophog

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#21
The more I think about it the more I believe that if you're going to hunt in Nevada then you should support the wildlife conservation efforts.
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J-LEE

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#22
Chip for Garmin

I just got my micro Chip for the Garmin that gives BLM/Forest? private land boundries I will see if it shows any Guzzler info and post what I find. Have any of you Gent's tried this out and if so what did you think ? Good Morning by the way and GOOD SHOOTING. Think I will make one last run at swackin Yotes this weekend it way 39 deg coming over the pass, hopefully the hair has not started slippin yet:redneck:
 
#24
There was a general concesus that if we are going to benefit from the guzzlers being there that we should pay for the maps that support their construction.
 

sayter liften

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#25
There was a general concesus that if we are going to benefit from the guzzlers being there that we should pay for the maps that support their construction.
I agree about paying for them but 40 bucks is steep for me right now and plus i pay taxes to help support them and money when i renew my hunting license every year, licensed hunters should get a discount.
 
#26
Yea, the $10 upland game stamp required to hunt chukar.

Sayter, I do agree with you, but who else is looking for the guzzler maps? I had forgotten about this resource untill now. Guess when I go to register my boat I will have to fork over the $$ for the book and the GPS co ordinates.