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    Nevada MRS Sidebar

    In the Nevada MRS in the Magazine there was a section about how the draw works......For OREGON!

    Any chance there is that section written for Nevada? I'm trying to explain the process to a friend and I'd like to have a concise written backup.

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    What do you need to know? I can help you out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nvarcher View Post
    What do you need to know? I can help you out.
    Sweet! How do I calculate my drawing odds in Nevada?

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuazyQuinton View Post
    Sweet! How do I calculate my drawing odds in Nevada?

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    Lol, the only way you know your for sure if you will or won't draw is after the results are posted!



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    Quote Originally Posted by QuazyQuinton View Post
    Sweet! How do I calculate my drawing odds in Nevada?

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    Its a very simple formula. YOU DONT! LOL. Since the posted odds only relate to 1st choices there really is no way to know how many 2-5 choices there were. The only thing that I think gives you any idea at all is to look at how many points every one that did draw a tag had. The whole thing is just luck of the draw with your name in the hat more times every year.
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    nvarcher, I appreciate your offer.

    My questions so far:

    Bonus points are squared. So does 0 points have 1 ticket to draw,what about 1 point?

    Are all hunters in the draw selected from one big pool then go down the choices 1-5? Or is the Draw pool just that hunt per choice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2rocky View Post
    nvarcher, I appreciate your offer.

    My questions so far:

    Bonus points are squared. So does 0 points have 1 ticket to draw,what about 1 point?

    Are all hunters in the draw selected from one big pool then go down the choices 1-5? Or is the Draw pool just that hunt per choice?
    BP's are squared plus you get 1 entry for the current year. With 0 points you have 1 entry, with 1 point you have 2 entries, with 2 points you have 5 entries, ect. You get a random number for every entry and your lowest random number is your position in the draw. When your number comes up they check for available tags for all of your hunt choices, then it goes to the next applicant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    BP's are squared plus you get 1 entry for the current year. With 0 points you have 1 entry, with 1 point you have 2 entries, with 2 points you have 5 entries, ect. You get a random number for every entry and your lowest random number is your position in the draw. When your number comes up they check for available tags for all of your hunt choices, then it goes to the next applicant.
    MM, you nailed it. That's the draw in a nutshell.

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    I had a subscription for one year to both EBJ and EHJ. During that time I found quite a lot of errors in the MRS sections for various states. Due to the recurring errors I didn't resubscribe. Not to mention all of the NV info is publicly available and easy to read at their website. Here's a link to some good info.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/138717510/...me-Status-Book

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    Hey all, sorry for the inconvenience. The information in the Nevada side bar is all legit information, but like you said it is for Oregon and not Nevada. Thanks for letting us know this happened!

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