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Some of the hunters who are going big game hunting this Fall

Don Quilici

While idly browsing through the names of hunters at http://www.huntnevada.com, who were successful in drawing 2007 Nevada big game tags, I thought it might be interesting to randomly select some of the successful tag holders from this general area, just like I did last year.

It’s public information, so what the heck, let’s see who (A-Z) is going hunting this year.

If your name is listed, it’s the result of my selection process.

If your name is not listed, it is also the result of my selection.

A: Bret T. Andreas, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, hunt type 1131, area 111-L; and Calif. bighorn sheep, 8151, area 012.

B: Elmer W. Bull, Yerington: Mule deer antlered, 1131, area 221-E; and Antlerless elk, 4181, area 114.

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C: Thomas A. Cavin, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1131, area 101-L; and Antlered elk, 4151, area 131.

D: James R. Davis, Carson City: Mule deer archery antlered, 1341, area 161; and Antlered elk archery, 4161, area 111.

E: John M. Enos, Gardnerville: Antelope archery, 2161, area 033.

F. Milton J. Fogliani, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 061-E.

G: Nicholas R. Garcia, Carson City: Junior, 1107, area 121; and Antelope archery, 2161, 033.

H: Jacqulyn Hamilton, Dayton: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 071-E.

I: Carl P. Inman, Jr., Genoa: Mule deer antlered muzzleloader, 1371, area 131.

J: Mark B. Jackson, Gardnerville: Mule deer antlered muzzleloader, 1371, area 192.

K: Robert J. Klos, Carson City: Mule deer antlered muzzleloader, 1371, area 071; and Antelope, 2151, area 015.

L: Peter L. Livermore, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 101-L.

M: Kyle S. Mathews, Gardnerville: Junior, 1107, area 203; and Antelope archery, 2161, area 051.

N: Jeffrey M. Nevin, Virginia City: Antelope, 2151, area 012.

O: Benjamin G. Osheroff, Carson City: Junior, 1107, area 291.

P. Daniel E. Page, Silver City: Mule deer archery antlered, 1341, area 291; and Antlerless elk, 4181, area 221.

Q: Salvatore Quilici, Dayton: Mule deer antlered, 13331, area 291; and Antlered elk, 4151, area 111-L.

R: Jesus E. Rey, Gardnerville: Antlerless mule deer 1181, area 101; and Antlerless elk, 4181, area 074-E.

S. Warren D. Senour, Silver Springs, Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 071-E; and Antelope, 2151, area 051.

T: Mary A. Thomas, Minden: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 291.

U: Larry D. Underwood, Carson City: Three Tags: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 101-E; and Antelope, 2151, area 012; and Antlerless elk, 4181, area 222.

V: Ramiro Valenzuela, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 111-E; and Antelope, 2151, area 051.

W: Lonny J. Walsh, Minden: Junior, 1107, area 195; and Antelope, 2151, 012.

X: Michael C. Xavier, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 101-E.

Y: Scott C. York, Gardnerville: Mule deer archery antlered, 1341, area 011; and Antelope archery, 2161, area 012.

Z: Myrna K. Zumwalt, Carson City: Mule deer antlered, 1331, area 051-E.

There they are: “Don Q” randomly selected hunters (A-Z) who were successful in the computerized drawings for big game tags.

Also included in the successful hunters was one family: Salvatore Quilici of Dayton, son David Quilici of Reno and daughter Betty Savini (Quilici) of Reno, who all drew a rifle bull elk tag. Wow! The odds on that happening have to be mind-boggling!

If you, too, are curious about who was successful or unsuccessful in those drawings, go to website http://www.huntnevada.com.

At their home page, click on “Tag Results” on the left side, then click on “2007 Main Draw,” and then browse through: “Withdrawn,” “Successful,” “Unsuccessful,” “Rejected” or “Bonus Points” to your heart’s content.

I did and it was very informative! Especially the long list in the “Unsuccessful” category. Many of them applied for all kinds of different big game hunts and were unsuccessful in drawing any tags.

As one example, James W. Rackley of Winnemucca applied for 13 different hunts and struck out 13 times! Geez, and I thought that I had bad luck in raffles.

• Bet Your Favorite Pigeon

Bet your favorite pigeon that he can’t tell you how Don Q did in the 2007 drawings.

If he grins and says, “Don applied for a rifle buck deer tag, a Rocky Mt. bull elk tag and a Calif. bighorn sheep tag. He was successful in drawing the bull elk tag,” he could be my elk hunting partner.

• Don Quilici is the Outdoors editor for the Nevada Appeal

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