I didn't look up all those units, but 11, and 12 are quota tags. That means at the end of the day you have to call in to see if the quota of kills has been met. If it has you're done hunting. This is how the DOW regulates the herd, and gets to sell a lot of tags. They don't care how many tags they sell. It's a lousy tag to get. You could be done hunting after the first day.
They do that with mountain lions too, and maybe bears in some units.
I haven't heard of those quota units before where there is a limit to the number of animals actually harvested. Are there different quotas for each season? 11 and 12 are OTC units, so it seems like whatever quota was in place would only be able to apply to 1st rifle?
Rather than spend my hard earned pennies on those cool Shoot-N-See targets or even the preprinted targets at sporting goods stores, I save a few bucks for weekend plinking sessions by using paper plates as targets. A 100 count pack of paper plates costs less than a 10 count pack of preprinted targets.
If you are playing with something like a semi auto AK, or building a young shooters confidence with a 22 or shotgun, those big eight inch blanks are perfect for putting holes in all...