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Wyoming elk hunts

All these hunts are for wild elk - no high fences. Wyoming has good hunting on private and public land. The biggest bulls are usually taken in zones where tags are extremely limited. You can increase your chances of drawing by accumulating preference points. There are no transferable landowner tags. A percentage of tags are issued in a so-called special drawing, which means nothing more than you pay more to apply. Usually the odds of getting a tag in the special drawing are higher but not always. In general elk zones you'll usually draw a tag your first year in the special drawing and your second year in the regular drawing. Outfitters in general zones produce good success on 5x5 and 6x6 bulls with exceptional bulls scoring over 300 B&C. Your chances of taking a truly big bull are best if you draw a limited-entry tag and then hunt a private ranch within that zone. Start accumulating your preference points if you want such a hunt.

Limited-entry tag hunts