• Travis Quiller

    Unit 76. Its not easy to get a tag for it but its worth the wait. Its where I grew up and I have never not killed when I draw that unit. HIGHLY recommend to anyone that is looking for a Colorado Elk hunt.

    • SoleAdventure

      Thanks for sharing, Travis. I’m certainly interested in draw units and I have been collecting points for a few years now, but I’m happy to “get my feet wet” on an OTC tag.

  • Bill Howard

    I remember going through the same thing when trying to draw for a gator tag in Georgia. Only extra step I had was trying to determine which zone I was more apt to get chosen based on the priority points I had cached. Fun ain’t it Mark!! :)

    • SoleAdventure

      Yes, it is fun, but it can be frustrating too. Luckily I have been researching for a while now; I would feel totally overwhelmed if I was trying to plan this hunt from scratch this year.

  • William Brown

    My license say I can hunt statewide except ltd units. What does that mean

    • SoleAdventure

      William, are we talking about CO? If so, a hunter holding an OTC (“Over the Counter”) tag can hunt any OTC unit for the season and species that their animal is valid for. Also consider that some units are OTC for either-sex, but other units are only OTC for antlerless and the bull tag is LE (limited entry). Does that help you out? ALL of the details can be found in Big Game Brochure: http://cpw.state.co.us/Documents/RulesRegs/Brochure/BigGame/biggame.pdf

      • Jerud Earnest

        Some antler less only OTC are not valid in either sexual OTC units. So, if someone in your party doesn’t want to spend the money for an either sex, make sure the antler less is valid.