Bonus for some elk hunters...

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BOZEMAN, Mont. — The state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department is trying to figure out how, or if, it can correct a mistake in which 375 either-sex elk permits were issued in a hunting area adjacent to Yellowstone National Park.

The mistake consists of substituting the words "either sex" for "antlerless" in the hunting regulations and on the permits.

As it stands now, the permits would allow recipients an unexpected opportunity to shoot trophy bull elk that move north out of Yellowstone into Montana.

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Mini Moose

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Well if they change it i am sure there will be some people pissed off at it, it says that it had it in the regulations as an either sex hunt and i am sure some of the people that put in and got drawn wouldn't have put in for a antlerless hunt, they made the mistake they should have to deal with it and let it stand until next years seasons when it can be changed
 

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Does anyone know how this turned out? How many bulls they killed or if they had any size to them?
 
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