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Depends on the state. Wyoming has been using NR points for 13 years now. This year the max points anyone can have is 13. Don't know how long Colorado has been using points, but there are folks out there with 25 points.....that's 25 years worth!

Take the example of CO; are the glam units of a quarter century ago, by & large, the same high demand/point units of 2019?

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Reality is, he may never draw. I certainly will not in my lifetime.

I think max points in Coloado is 28 or 29 points right now.

I am not sure when Wyoming started the point system so a little research would help.

So that would put the max point holders at 13 for the 2019 draws on those animals. It is kind of funny that when I did the search the information popped up on ESPN which I have never seen have anything to do with hunting.

http://www.espn.com/outdoors/hunting/news/story?page=h_fea_06_west_hunt_license3_FHN

I understand what max points means, but I don't understand why the MRS article says it takes more than max points to draw certain areas. How is that possible?

I am not sure when Wyoming started the point system so a little research would help.

Since the formula is mathematical driven..id assume it's because numerous "max point" units, still are 10% draw odds even with max for a non-resI understand what max points means, but I don't understand why the MRS article says it takes more than max points to draw certain areas. How is that possible?

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As was noted earlier, it may take 25 years to draw even if you are in the max point pool for a given hunt, because of licenses vs applicants. Therefor, you might have 25 points before you draw that hunt if you're the last guy in that point pool to draw.

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It is NOT saying you can draw it with more points.

It’s just an illustration to show how popular the unit is now how you can draw it with some magic extra preference points.