Utah Applications Due!

tstowater

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Did it a couple days ago. If I draw, should be an awesome hunt as I only picked the top hunts as I believe I have enough already on the schedule for this year. Good luck to everyone.
 

shaun

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I would love to draw one of the once in a lifetime tags myself but you never know!!
 

RUTTIN

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At least you guys that are non-residents can put in for everything, as a resident I can only put in for one limited entry permit and one once in a lifetime permit, good luck in the draws all.
 

robby denning

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Thanks for the reminder Matt.

Ruttin, I always thought that rule was butt-backwards, but I'd guess it's there to improve resident draw odds but get more non-res money?
 

shaun

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At least you guys that are non-residents can put in for everything, as a resident I can only put in for one limited entry permit and one once in a lifetime permit, good luck in the draws all.


I agree with Robby on this one. Boggles the mind. I never thought about them using that to up resident draw odds though makes alot of sense
 

realunlucky

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It lowers point creep for residents by making us choose a species supposedly. As a nr it lowers your odds by flooding the point pool of one or two tags. Robby I'll trade you resident systems any time Utah has oc tags for spike elk that's it everything else is a draw
 

tstowater

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At least you guys that are non-residents can put in for everything, as a resident I can only put in for one limited entry permit and one once in a lifetime permit, good luck in the draws all.

$65 license and $90 of application fees. What do you think Utah wants??
 

weaver

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Dont forget in Utah your license is good for a year from date of purchase so you only have to buy a license every 2 years if your just applying for bonus points.
 

realunlucky

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Weaver it's the same if you apply for tags. It doesn't really make sense to buy points in Utah as a nr unless you max points your odds are less than 1% anyway just hope to get lucky
 

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