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They are on sale now (as of July 1). I just picked up my 6th for Elk, 5th for Deer, and 5th for Antelope. You do not need to buy a hunting license to buy the points.

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Do you get a preference point for applying for a hunt or only by buying the point? Also do they make you front the license cost when you apply? Thanks 

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Do you get a preference point for applying for a hunt or only by buying the point? Also do they make you front the license cost when you apply? Thanks 
You get one if you don't get called for tag and you can also just buy single points as well

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Do you get a preference point for applying for a hunt or only by buying the point? Also do they make you front the license cost when you apply? Thanks 


Jerkman is right. And the nice thing about Wyoming is that you don’t have to buy a license. So points are much more affordable.


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Jerkman is right. And the nice thing about Wyoming is that you don’t have to buy a license. So points are much more affordable.


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What's the web address of where you can buy points?

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10 hours ago, LICOASTIE said:

Do you get a preference point for applying for a hunt or only by buying the point? Also do they make you front the license cost when you apply? Thanks 

As of last year, u don't get a point for applying for elk, deer and antelope. Moose and sheep you get a point for applying for the hunt. You have to front the tag fees and they charge a convenience fee on the total amount{IIRC 2.5%}.   Its costly!  

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Kidding.  Those ain’t cheap points. 

 

I do elk, deer and lope each year. It was like $100 total per year. Now it’s around $120 I think. Someday when I decide to hunt again, they will come In handy in drawing a good unit. The licenses are much pricier. If I remember right, the last time I went deer license was close $600 and antelope around $300. Some states make you buy genera hunting license to buy a PP, but Wyoming doesn’t

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

 

I do elk, deer and lope each year. It was like $100 total per year. Now it’s around $120 I think. Someday when I decide to hunt again, they will come In handy in drawing a good unit. The licenses are much pricier. If I remember right, the last time I went deer license was close $600 and antelope around $300. Some states make you buy genera hunting license to buy a PP, but Wyoming doesn’t

 

 

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I have 3pts in IA that I will likely never use.   But Wyoming has animals you can’t hunt in NY which is what I want when traveling to hunt. 

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I have 3pts in IA that I will likely never use.   But Wyoming has animals you can’t hunt in NY which is what I want when traveling to hunt. 


Same. Although my mule deer tag was good for mule deer or whitetail. If I saw a giant whitetail I would Have shot one for sure


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5 hours ago, Biz-R-OWorld said:

 


Same. Although my mule deer tag was good for mule deer or whitetail. If I saw a giant whitetail I would Have shot one for sure


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have a friend that went out to Idaho (i think) and in first ten minutes walking out saw a 10 point whitetail.  If he shot it his tag was done, he didnt but sure wanted to. Guide told him go ahead but he suggest he wait as he would see some nice mulies and could get a whitetail later if not.   

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