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I'm trying to figure out why some units from last year went under-subscribed in the draw but weren't made available after for OTC purchase.

For example, when comparing the approved permits for the Central Manti - Morhland Flat #4020 (last year) I see 50 approved permits (http://wildlife.utah.gov/public_meetings/info/2014-04_rac_packet.pdf),
and in the draw results pages 14 people applied, 14 drew(http://wildlife.utah.gov/hunting/biggame/pdf/2014/14_antlerless_points.pdf),
but the remaining permits were not made available for OTC purchase (http://wildlife.utah.gov/remaining-permits.html)

Any help Amy? or anyone else? Thanks
 

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Amy doesn't work for Vertical Scope, the Canadian company that owns UWN. She sometimes posts things purely out of a PR driven need, but thats about it.

You should contact the DWR directly for your questions.


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Amy doesn't work for Vertical Scope, the Canadian company that owns UWN. She sometimes posts things purely out of a PR driven need, but thats about it.

You should contact the DWR directly for your questions.

-DallanC
Ya, I've sent an email to the DWR as well. Last time I had a question for them though, they took 2 weeks to reply. Hoping to get an answer before the application period ends on Thursday.
 

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I just checked with one of our licensing specialists, and she explained that the odds report only reflects the people who picked a particular unit as their first choice.

The report does not show the people who picked that unit as their second, third, fourth or fifth choice. So, even though the report makes it look like the unit was undersubscribed, it wasn't. Hope that helps!
 

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Glad to help, nocturnalenemy. And I apologize for any delays you've experienced in obtaining answers to questions.

Emails sometimes get routed through multiple people, and it can be a while before you get a reply.

In the future, for quicker responses, I recommend reaching out to us via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or calling one of our offices. Thanks!
 
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