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    If you put in as a group you all must apply for buck tags, or all apply for doe tags. For some reason, Wyoming will not let groups contain members that have a mixture of doe and buck tags.

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    Hunting a 2nd choice unit while you build points is a good strategy in WY. That way you can hunt every year and hunt a better area every few years when you get enough points to draw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckbull View Post
    If you put in as a group you all must apply for buck tags, or all apply for doe tags. For some reason, Wyoming will not let groups contain members that have a mixture of doe and buck tags.
    ***That's correct and all must be for the exact same unit and tag because the party is treated like it's one person applying. If it's in the random draw with no PPs and the number for the party gets drawn, everyone gets a tag. If the number isn't drawn, then the G&F issues a refund, minus the application fee. If the party is in a PP draw the average number of PPs is used tp put them in a pool such that 0.1 PP (1/10th) can be the difference in drawing a tag or not.
    Last edited by Topgun 30-06; 01-16-2014 at 08:52 AM.

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    Another option to consider would be to find a unit where the buck tag can be drawn with 2 points and the doe tags can be drawn with 0 points. Have the guy with 2 points apply for the buck tag and the other 2 apply for doe tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    Another option to consider would be to find a unit where the buck tag can be drawn with 2 points and the doe tags can be drawn with 0 points. Have the guy with 2 points apply for the buck tag and the other 2 apply for doe tags.

    ***It's easier than that because PPs are not used for doe tags. Everyone goes into a straight up random draw for the unit they apply for to get them. There is even a box you can check on the license application section that if you apply for both buck and doe tags and don't draw the buck tag they will take your name out of the doe drawing and refund your tag monies minus the application fees.

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    I saw that option but I havent used it. The doe tags I have had were all leftover tags. Could the 3 of them apply for doe tags as a party and only the guy with points apply for a buck tag?

 

 

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