Antelope Hunter

How to Read Point Summary Reports

This example will show you how to read a point summary report.

Hunt No.

Hunt name

Tags Auth

Res Appl

Res Drwn

N-res Appl

N-res Drwn

Pnt Apps Alld

Tot Pnt Appl

Tot Pnt Drwn

Cum Pnts

All Pnt Apps

Hunters Pnt Drwn

N-Res Pnt Apps

N-res Pnt Drwn

256Y1 Wenaha Unit No 2 25 2778 24 273 1 19 2650 19 17 2 2 1 1
                    16 6 0 6 0
                    15 36 14 5 0
                    14 62 0 9 0
                    13 72 0 8 0
                    12 88 0 7 0
                    11 89 0 13 0
                    10 112 0 25 0
                    9 111 0 14 0
                    8 114 0 11 0
                    7 134 0 10 0
                    6 193 0 18 0
                    5 218 0 23 0
                    4 279 0 18 0
                    3 403 0 25 0
                    2 333 0 23 0
                    1 398 0 20 0

By looking at the bold/italic numbers you can see that two hunters, both with 17 points, applied and both drew the tag. One was a non-resident. Six non-resident hunters, each with 16 points, applied and none drew the tag.

Pnt Apps Alld: 75% of authorized tags (the portion that goes to hunters based on their preference points)
Tot Pnt Appl: The number of applicants that applied with preference points
Tot Pnt Drwn: The number of people that drew with preference points (in 75% portion of the draw)
Cum Pnts: The cumulative number of preference points
All Pnt Apps: The number of hunters that applied with that number of preference points
Hunters Pnt Drwn: The number of hunters that drew the tag with that number of preference points
N-res columns: a subset of previous two columns, breaking down the non-resident draw

There is also a pdf available of the above table.

Header photo by Doug Cassidy 

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