It means I'm considered a RESIDENT...no white tail draw period, 2nd White tail tag (if they have any of those this season), no extra fees for my tags/licence no restricted zones/seasons also eligible to enter the elk, moose mule deer draws...FULL RESIDENCY STATUS as long as my Military Personnel Record/Statement of Ordinary Residence form lists place of enrolment as in Saskatchewan (and it does).
You must be happier than a kid at christmas, i'm so glad the change come about. Likely won't be any second deer tags this year, and no antelope season for certain. But we have BIG mule deer , elk and moose....LOL
You should enter the draws so you will hit Super A status next year and then you have a great chance of being drawn.
Well Hell your no stranger to the area...LOL I hunt moose in 70 and 72 mostly on the waterways lots of god area up there ,and not much pressure except from the natives. What area is your cabin in 74 ??
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