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Stig87
03-07-2012, 07:54 PM
Has anybody seen where the G&F has released the 2012 quotas for limited quota areas? I heard deer tags were being decreased significantly, but wanted to confirm. I was just on the website but couldn't find it.

Thanks for any help.

Drelk
03-07-2012, 08:08 PM
I don't think they figured out the numbers yet. Usually after the regional public meetings. Those meetings are this month I believe. Hope that helps

Stig87
03-07-2012, 08:10 PM
Thanks doc.

Wyohunter
03-07-2012, 08:13 PM
Wyoming game and fish website doesn't really post the quotas, or at least I habent been able to locate them. Your best bet is to get an application book they usually have the quotas listed. I never use the app books but usually pick a couple up just so I can get that information.

Stig87
03-07-2012, 09:24 PM
Is the hard copy of the app different from the electronic copy? I downloaded the electronic copy and didn't see it in there.

nunt'nbutmuleys
03-08-2012, 07:29 PM
Quotas are not in the app books. Game and fish put out summary maps in may that have the quotas on them. They usually out in early may and can be picked up at license selling agents in wy. or game and fish offices. Hope that helps ya.

Stig87
03-09-2012, 03:14 PM
Thanks. I guess we will just have to wait and see what happens to the deer quotas this year.

ssliger
03-09-2012, 05:04 PM
They put quotas the regulations/maps that come out later this spring. The only issue is they are somewhat generic. For instance I drew a deer tag last year and the regs said the quota was 400 tags, but if you add up the tags on the drawing odds section of the website they only issued 309. It will give you a general idea. Hope this helps.

kcaves
03-09-2012, 06:11 PM
Our game warden around Douglas said he would be surprised to see any deer killed around here this year, used to be OTC but I guess that's all changing and it needs to


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Wyohunter
03-09-2012, 07:41 PM
They put quotas the regulations/maps that come out later this spring. The only issue is they are somewhat generic. For instance I drew a deer tag last year and the regs said the quota was 400 tags, but if you add up the tags on the drawing odds section of the website they only issued 309. It will give you a general idea. Hope this helps.

The 400 tags was overall tags given out, the 309 tags was just the resident tags issued if you were to look at the non-resident draw odds it would probably show 91 tags. I believe that for limited quota areas they issue around 75% to residents 25% to non-residents, unless there is not a high resident demand then they will issue more to the non-residents.

ssliger
03-09-2012, 10:37 PM
The 400 tags was overall tags given out, the 309 tags was just the resident tags issued if you were to look at the non-resident draw odds it would probably show 91 tags. I believe that for limited quota areas they issue around 75% to residents 25% to non-residents, unless there is not a high resident demand then they will issue more to the non-residents.

Not to be rude, but when I try to give advice, I research what I say. In 2011 deer area 102 issued 298 resident tags, 7 non resident regular tags, 10 non resident special tags, for a total of 309. Its all on the WY game and fish website. It may not be like this for all areas.

Wyohunter
03-10-2012, 12:19 AM
Not to be rude, but when I try to give advice, I research what I say. In 2011 deer area 102 issued 298 resident tags, 7 non resident regular tags, 10 non resident special tags, for a total of 309. Its all on the WY game and fish website. It may not be like this for all areas.

My apologies ssliger, just trying to make a suggestion to why the numbers didn't completely add up. However the 309 that that you have added up is erroneous (298+10+7=315), but when you add the preference point non-resident(31) and the preference point non-resident special(21) to the equation it would be a total of 367. Which leaves 33 tags not in the draw, but that could be commissioner and governor tags that were given out. I believe the game and fish take those out of the total quota, and since 102 is such a highly sought after area 33 governor/commissioner tags in that area is not outside the realm of possibility. Not to be rude, I COMPLETELY research what I say.

ssliger
03-10-2012, 09:14 AM
My apologies ssliger, just trying to make a suggestion to why the numbers didn't completely add up. However the 309 that that you have added up is erroneous (298+10+7=315), but when you add the preference point non-resident(31) and the preference point non-resident special(21) to the equation it would be a total of 367. Which leaves 33 tags not in the draw, but that could be commissioner and governor tags that were given out. I believe the game and fish take those out of the total quota, and since 102 is such a highly sought after area 33 governor/commissioner tags in that area is not outside the realm of possibility. Not to be rude, I COMPLETELY research what I say.

My apologies Wyohunter.Looks like I'm not good a math. I didn't know there were the different draws for random and preference. I need to do more research. That is what I like about this forum is you learn something all the time. Again my apologies for being rude and poor math skills.